杨渐

Associate professor   Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates   Supervisor of Master's Candidates

Gender : Male

Alma Mater : 中国地质大学(武汉)

Education Level : Faculty of Higher Institutions

Degree : Doctoral Degree in Science

Status : Employed

School/Department : 生物地质与环境地质国家重点实验室

Date of Employment : 2015-07-01

Discipline : Bioscience Environmental Engineering

Business Address : 未来城校区科教三

Contact Information : 湖北省武汉市洪山区左岭街道锦城街68号,中国地质大学未来城校区

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杨渐,男,博士,副研究员,博士生导师

主要从事极端环境(盐湖和热泉)微生物群落构建机制及其介导的生物地球化学过程(如碳氮循环)研究,并揭示它们响应全球气候、环境变化的微生物学机制目前已在国际重要学术SCI期刊The ISME Journal、Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,Geophysical Research Letter、SCIENCE CHINA Life SciencesJournal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences、FEMS Microbiology Ecology发表论文50余篇(学术网页:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jian-Yang-62)。

 

研究方向:

极端环境地质微生物学、微生物地球化学、环境微生物学、生物信息学


欢迎对以上研究方向感兴趣的同学报考。联系邮箱:yangjiancug@126.com


科研项目:

1.      国家自然科学基金委员会,面上项目,42272356,青藏高原湖泊沉积物中有机碳矿化的微生物作用机制,2023-012026-1257万元,在研,主持;

2.      国家自然科学基金委员会,面上项目,41972317,青藏高原湖泊微生物激发效应对沉积物有机碳矿化的影响及其对盐度的响应,2020-012023-1265万元,在研,主持;

3.      国家自然科学基金委员会,重大研究计划重点项目,91751206,青藏高原湖泊微生物调控碳循环机理及其对盐度的响应,2018-012021-12320万元,已结题,参与(第三);

4.      国家自然科学基金委员会,青年科学基金项目,41602346,青藏高原北部湖泊暗固碳微生物群落和功能及其对盐度变化的响应,2017-012019-1220万元,已结题,主持。


 Dr. JIAN YANG

Associate Professor (2017.5-present)           E-mail: yangjiancug@126.com

 

Geomicrobiology Laboratory No. B303

State Key Laboratory of Biogeology and Environmental Geology

Future City Campus

China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)


RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research interests mainly focus on geomicrobiology in saline lakes. Specifically, I devoted to reveal the impacts of environmental and climatic change on microbial community assembly and its biogeochemical cycling processes in saline lakes and their underlying mechanisms of microbiology.

 

The abovementioned studies have been published in diverse international journals, such as The ISME JournalGeophysical Research LetterGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Journal of Geophysical Research: BiogeosciencesFEMS Microbiology EcologySCIENCE CHINA Life Sciences etc.

 

Key words: Geomicrobiology, saline lakes, microbial geochemistry, microbial ecology, bioinformatics

 

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

1.       Yang J, Han M, Wang B, Yao B, Wu Z, Li X, Liu L, Dong H, Jiang H. Predominance of positive priming effects induced by algal and terrestrial organic matter input in saline lake sediments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2023, 349: 126-134.

2.       Yang J, Han M, Zhao Z, Jiang H. Positive priming effects induced by allochthonous and autochthonous organic matter input in the lake sediments with different salinity. Geophysical Research Letters 2022, 49: e2021GL096133.

3.       Liu Q, Yang J*, Wang B, Liu W, Hua Z, Jiang H*. Influence of salinity on the diversity and composition of carbohydrate metabolism, nitrogen and sulfur cycling genes in lake surface sediments. Frontiers in Microbiology 2022, 13: 1019010.

4.       Yang J, Jiang H, Liu W, Huang L, Huang J, Wang B, Dong H, Chu RK, Tolic N. Potential utilization of terrestrially derived dissolved organic matter by aquatic microbial communities in saline lakes. The ISME Journal 2020, 14: 2313-2314.

5.       Yang J, Jiang H, Dong H, Liu Y. A comprehensive census of lake microbial diversity on a global scale. SCIENCE CHINA Life Sciences 2019, 62: 1320-1331.

 

       Please also see ResearchGate for details: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jian-Yang-62

 

RESEARCH FUNDS

l  YANG J., Microbial mechanisms of organic carbon mineralization in the Qinghai-Tibetan lake sediments; Funding agency: National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 42272356, 2023.01-2026.12

l  YANG J., Impact of priming effect on organic carbon mineralization and its response to salinity in the Qinghai-Tibetan lake sediments; Funding agency: National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 41972317, 2020.01-2023.12

l  YANG J., Community composition and function of dark carbon-fixing microbes and their responses to salinity change in lakes on the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau; Funding agency: National Natural Science Foundation of China, Grant No. 41602346, 2017.01-2019.12