Post Doctoral Fellow
Environmental and Occupational Health
University of Miami, Ph.D., 2020
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, M.S., 2017
Chongqing University, B.E., 2015
- Research Assistant at University of Miami
Primary research interests focus on risk assessment of environmental pollutants, the application of Bayesian statistics, and data science in dealing with environmental health problems. Currently working on genomic dose-response modeling.
Yin, Fubin, Hongmin Dong, Chao Ji, Xiuping Tao, and Yongxing Chen. "Effects of anaerobic digestion on chlortetracycline and oxytetracycline degradation efficiency for swine manure." Waste Management 56 (2016): 540-546.
Ji, Chao, Chui-Xue Kong, Zi-Li Mei, and Jiang Li. "A review of the anaerobic digestion of fruit and vegetable waste." Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 183, no. 3 (2017): 906-922.
Jacketti, Mary, Chao Ji, James D. Englehardt, and C. Beegle-Krause. "Development of the SOSIM model for inferential tracking of subsurface oil." In Proceedings of the Forty-Second AMOP Technical Seminar, Environment and Climate Change, Ottawa, ON, Canada, pp. 4-6. 2019.
Ji, Chao, Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause, and James D. Englehardt. "Formation, detection, and modeling of submerged oil: A review." Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 8, no. 9 (2020): 642.
Ji, Chao, James D. Englehardt, and Cynthia Juyne Beegle-Krause. "Design of Real-Time Sampling Strategies for Submerged Oil Based on Probabilistic Model Predictions." Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 8, no. 12 (2020): 984.
Ji, Chao, James D. Englehardt, and C. J. Beegle-Krause. "Bayesian submerged oil tracking with SOSim: Inference from field reconnaissance data and fate-transport model output." Marine pollution bulletin 165 (2021): 112078.