Yinyin Ye

PhD

Yinyin Ye.

Yinyin Ye

PhD

Yinyin Ye

PhD

Research Topics

Environmental pathogen persistence and disinfection; Environmental surveillance of pathogens; Environmental exposure and human diseases

Education Publications Teaching Research Awards
  • A. C. Swensen, J. He, A. C. Fang, Y. Ye, C. D. Nicora, T. Shi, A. Y. Liu, T. Sigdel, M. M. Sarwal, W-J. Qian. (2021). A comprehensive urine proteome database generated from patients with various renal conditions and prostate cancer. Frontiers in Medicine (accepted).
  • M. Rui, H. Chen, Y. Ye, H. Deng, H. Wang. (2020). Effect of flow configuration on nitrifiers in biological activated carbon filters for potable water production. Environ. Sci. & Technol, Vol 54, 14646-14655.
  • N. M. Negretti, Y. Ye, L. M. Malavasi, S. M. Pokharel, S. Huynh, S. Noh, C. R. Gourley, C. A. Ragle, S. Bose, T. Looft, C. T. Parker, G. Clair, J. N. Adkins, M. E. Konkel. (2020). A porcine ligated loop model reveals new insight into the host immune response against Campylobacter jejuni. Gut Microbes, Vol 12, 1-25.
  • Y. Ye, L. Zhao, M. J. Imperiale, K. R. Wigginton. (2019).Integrated cell culture-mass spectrometry method for human infectious virus monitoring. Environ. Sci. & Technol. Lett., Vol 6, 407-412. (Editors’ choice; Featured on the front cover)
  • Z. Qiao, Y. Ye, P. H. Chang, D. Thirunarayanan, K. R. Wigginton. (2018).Nucleic acid photolysis by UV254 and the impact of virus encapsidation. Environ. Sci. & Technol., Vol 52, 10408-10415.Y. Ye, 
  • P. H. Chang, J. Hartert, K. R. Wigginton. (2018). Reactivity of enveloped virus genome, proteins, and lipids with free chlorine and UV254. Environ. Sci. & Technol., Vol 52, 7698-7708
  • Y. Ye, R. M. Ellenberg, K. E. Graham, K. R. Wigginton. (2016). Survivability, partitioning, and recovery of enveloped viruses in untreated municipal wastewater. Environ. Sci. & Technol., Vol 50, 5077-5085.
  • K. R. Wigginton, Y. Ye, R. M. Ellenberg. (2015). Emerging investigators series: the source and fate of pandemic viruses in the urban water cycle. Environ. Sci.: Water Res. Technol., Vol 1, 735-746. (Featured on the front cover)
  • H. Wang, Y. Ye, J. Qi, F. Li, Y. Tang. (2013). Removal of titanium dioxide nanoparticles bycoagulation: effects of coagulants, typical ions, alkalinity and natural organic matters. Water Sci. & Technol., Vol 68, 1137-1142.
  • J. Qi, Y. Ye, J. Wu, H. Wang, F. Li. (2013). Dispersionand stability of titanium dioxide nanoparticles in aqueous suspension: effects of ultrasonication and concentration. Water Sci. & Technol., Vol 67, 147-151.