Dr. Kai Wang, PhD Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Dr. Kai Wang graduated with a PhD in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Kent State University in Spring 2021.
Where he is working:
Dr. Wang is working in Wuxi Biologics (King of Prussia) for medicine Upstream Process Development (Scientist II)
Citations of papers published:
Lu, X., Wang, K., Sun, S., & Mou, X. (2020). Metatranscriptomic identification of polyamine‐transforming bacterioplankton in the Gulf of Mexico. Environmental microbiology reports, 12(3), 258-266.
Wang, K., Razzano, M., & Mou, X. (2020). Cyanobacterial blooms alter the relative importance of neutral and selective processes in assembling freshwater bacterioplankton community. Science of The Total Environment, 706, 135724.
Madhuri, S., Wang, K., Bade, D., & Mou, X. (2019). Concentration and turnover of dissolved free polyamines on the South Coast of Lake Erie. Limnology and Oceanography, 64(4), 1641-1650.
Wang, K., Zou, L., Lu, X., & Mou, X. (2018). Organic carbon source and salinity shape sediment bacterial composition in two China marginal seas and their major tributaries. Science of the Total Environment, 633, 1510-1517.
Award and recognition he received while at Kent State:
Awarded University Fellowship (2020-2021)
Awarded Art and Margaret Herrick Aquatic Ecology Research Facility Student Research Support Fund (2019)
Awarded Art and Margaret Herrick Aquatic Ecology Research Facility Student Research Support Fund (2018)