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Macao Young Scholars Program 2021

Supervisors

 

Ref. No.: MYSP-2021-055

Section 1: Personal Particulars

*Name in Chinese:

莫启明

*Name in English:

Kai Meng MOK

*Academic Rank:

Professor

*Telephone:

00853-88224970

Fax:

00853-88222331

*E-mail: 

kmmok@um.edu.mo

Mailing Address:

Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College, University of Macau, W14, Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macao SAR, China

*Institution:

University of Macau

*Department:

UMAC-Faculty of Science & Technology

Administrative Post:

Master of Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College

Personal Webpage:

https://www.fst.um.edu.mo/people/kmmok/

 



Research Project provided for Macao Youth Scholars Program:

*Project Name in Chinese:

基于肠道菌群基因组分析的马寄生虫感染模型

*Project Name in English:

A parasitic infection model of equines based on genomic analysis of intestinal microbiota

*Academic Discipline (Primary):

0907  林学

Academic Discipline (Secondary, for reference):

0710  生物学

Special requirement for the postdoctoral fellow candidates:

(1)    Extensive experience with microbiology, particularly with microbial culture, high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatic analysis;

(2)    Published at least 3 papers in the last 3 years, including no less than 1 paper in “二区”;

(3)    Ability to work independently as well as with a team, and with good command in spoken and written English;

(4)    Candidate with 1to 2 years of postdoctoral training and award of China Postdoctoral Science Fund is preferred.

Academic Qualifications:

PhD degree

Professional Accomplishments, honors, awards and patents:

Candidate with 1to 2 years of postdoctoral training and award of China Postdoctoral Science Fund is preferred.

 

Section 2: Research Interests and Grants

Major Research Interests:

Mok's research interests include monitoring, modeling and forecasting environmental quality (air and water) indexes, with recent interest in application of high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatic analysis on microbiota. These techniques can be applied for developing non-intrusive monitoring and modeling of parasitic infection of equines that is not commonly found yet.

Number of Current PhD Students:

0

Number of PhD Trained:

3

Number of Postdoctoral Fellows Supervised:

2

*Research Grants for MYSP: (Please include project titles, funding sources, reference number, funding amounts and duration)

Project title: Effects of anthropogenic and marine aerosol inorganic salts on the aqueous-phase photolysis of atmospheric nitro-phenolic compounds

Funding source: FDCT

Reference number: 0019/2020/A1

Funding amount: MOP1,855,000.00

Duration: 36 months, 22/9/2020 – 21/9/2023

Project investigator(s): Prof. Yongjie Li, a collaborator who will provide the needed fund.