The School of Ecology and Environment at Tibet University

The School of Ecology and Environment, Tibet University was founded in November 2022, with a disciplinary history dating back to the Department of Chemistry, Biology and Geography at Tibet Normal College established in 1982. In 2003, the Department of Mathematics and Physics and the Department of Chemistry, Biology and Geography were merged to form the College of Science. In 2022, the School of Ecology and Environment was established by reorganizing the original Life Science Department, Chemistry and Environmental Science Department, and Urban Resources Department of the College of Science to better support the construction of the national "double world-class project" of "Ecology" discipline. "Ecology" is the only discipline in Tibet that has been selected to enter the world-class discipline construction rank, and it is an important supporting discipline for national strategic objectives such as building the national ecological security barrier, creating an ecological civilization highland, and achieving rural revitalization.

The School of Ecology and Environment now has a doctoral degree-granting unit in the field of Ecology, three master's degree-granting units in Ecology, Biology, and Environmental Science and Engineering, two secondary discipline professional master's degree-granting units in Curriculum and Teaching Theory (Chemistry, Geography) and Discipline Teaching (Chemistry, Geography), six undergraduate majors in Ecology, Biology, Environmental Science, Geography, Geographical Information Science, and Chemistry, and three majors in Environmental Science, Biology, and Geography that are national first-class undergraduate major construction units. Ecology was granted the right to confer doctoral degree in 2013 and was selected twice for national "double world-class project" discipline construction program in 2017 and 2022, respectively.

The School of Ecology and Environment has 75 faculty staffs, including 53 full-time teachers, including four national high-level talents and two national high-level young talents. Among the professional teachers, 25 have doctoral degrees and 47 hold senior professional titles, including 21 professors, two researchers, and 19 associate professors, accounting for 62.7% of the total number of teachers. Inheriting the "seed spirit" of Professor Zhong Yang, the "Biodiversity and Molecular Evolution of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau" innovation team was selected into the Ministry of Education's" Innovation Team Development Plan" rolling support list in 2016, and in 2017, the Ecology Teaching Team was named one of the first "National University Teacher Teams in the Style of Huang Danian". Currently there are 1,259 students, including 114 doctoral students, 263 master's students and 882 undergraduate students in the School. Since 2017, 215 undergraduate students and 98 graduate students (including 29 doctoral students) have been jointly trained with supporting by counterpart universities, such as Wuhan University, Tianjin University, and Wuhan University of Technology.

The School of Ecology and Environment currently has provincial and ministerial level scientific research platforms such as the Key Laboratory of Biodiversity and Ecological Environment Protection on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Ministry of Education (Tibet University), the Key Laboratory of Tibet Autonomous Region for Plateau Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control and the Biology Research Center, and the Comprehensive Analysis and Testing Center of Tibet University.It also has seven national-level and provincial-level field scientific observation and research stations, including the Yani Wetland Ecosystem National Observation and Research Station and the Naqu Alpine Grassland Ecosystem National Field Scientific Observation and Research Station in Tibet. The School has large analytical instruments and equipment such as high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry, gas chromatography-mass spectrometer and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, and the experimental fixed assets funding exceed over 50 million Yuan (RMB).

The School of Ecology and Environment, Tibet University focuses on the national ecological civilization construction strategy as its struggle direction with the fundamental mission of "educating people for the Communist Party and nurturing talents for the country". It is committed to cultivating scientific and outstanding talents, who have a global perspective on ecological environment governance and human sustainable development, possess a sense of patriotism, and serve the national ecological civilization construction, the construction of national ecological civilization highland and the building of a community with a shared future for humankind, pursue excellence, and lead scientific and outstanding talents in the future!


◆ Sen Yuan#, Jiaqi Xu#, Min Wang#, Junsong Huang, Shuangshuang Ma, Yang Liu, Yujia Ke, Xianhuang Zeng, Kangwei Wu, Jingwen Wang, Xuezhang Tian, Dandan Zheng, Tanzeel Yousaf, Wajeeha Naz, Junwei Sun, Lang Chen, Deyin Guo, Mingxiong Guo*, Guihong Sun*. HBV X protein induces degradation of UBXN7, a novel negative regulator of NF-κB signaling, to promote HBV replication. Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2023, 15(1): 179-195.

◆ Yang Liu#, Jingwen Wang#, Jianwen Chen#, Shaoshuai Wu#, Xianhuang Zeng, Qiushuang Xiong, Yandan Guo, Junwei Sun, Feifei Song, Zhepeng Liu, Fengxing Huang, Jiaqi Xu, Sen Yuan, Chuang Li, Shuting Guo, Ming Wang, Kun Li, Lang Chen, Yun-Bo Shi, Mingxiong Guo*, Deyin Guo*, Guihong Sun*. Upregulation of miR-520c-3p by HBV Enhances Tumor Cell Migration and Invasion by Activating NF-κB Signaling via PTEN-AKT Pathway. Molecular Therapy-Nucleic Acids, 2022, 29, 47-63.

◆ Chuang Li, Wei Wang, Yuting Sun, Yifan Ni, Fang Qin, Xiaolu Li, Tao Wang, Mingxiong Guo*, Guihong Sun*. Selective sorting and secretion of hY4 RNA fragments into extracellular vesicles mediated by methylated YBX1 to promote lung cancer progression. Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research, 2022, 41, 136.

◆ Chuang Li#, Fang Qin#, Wei Wang, Yifan Ni, Mingyu Gao, Mingxiong Guo*, and Guihong Sun*. hnRNPA2B1-mediated extracellular vesicles sorting of miR-122-5p potentially promotes lung cancer progression. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2021, 22(23), 12866.

◆ Yi Liu, Wei Yin, Jingwen Wang, Yucong Lei, Guihong Sun, Wenxin Li, Zan Huang*, Mingxiong Guo*. KRAB-zinc finger protein ZNF268a deficiency attenuates the virus-induced pro-inflammatory response by preventing IKK complex assembly. Cells-Basel, 2019, 8, 1604.

◆ Chuang Li, Fang Qin, Mengmeng Xue, Yucong Lei, Fen Hu, Hui Xu, Guihong Sun, Tao Wang*, Mingxiong Guo*. miR-429/-424-5p inhibit cell proliferation and Ca2+ influx by targeting CASR in pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 2019, 316(1): C111-C120.

◆ Chuang Li#, Fang Qin#, Fen Hu, Hui Xu, Guihong Sun, Guang Han, Tao Wang*, Mingxiong Guo*. Characterization and selective incorporation of small non-coding RNAs in non-small cell lung cancer extracellular vesicles. Cell & Bioscience, 2018, 8: 2.

◆ Mingyang He, Weiwei Zhou, Chuang Li, Mingxiong Guo*. MicroRNAs, DNA Damage Response, and Cancer Treatment. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2016, 17(12): 2087.

◆ Mingyang He, Yi Lin, Yunlan Tang, Yi Liu, Weiwei Zhou, Chuang Li, Guihong Sun*, Mingxiong Guo*. miR-638 suppresses DNA damage repair by targeting SMC1A expression in terminally differentiated cells. Aging-US, 2016, 8(7): 1442-1456.

◆ Zhirong Bao#, Mingyang He#, Hong Quan*, Dazhen Jiang, Yanhong Zheng, Wenjing Qin, Yunfeng Zhou, Feng Ren, Mingxiong Guo* and Changzhong Jiang*. FePt nanoparticles: a novel nanoprobe for enhanced HeLa cells sensitivity to chemoradiotherapy. RSC advances, 2016, 6, 35124-34.

◆ Yunlan Tang, Yi Lin, Chuang Li, Xunwu Hu, Yi Liu, Mingyang He, Jun Luo, Guihong Sun, Tao Wang, Wenxin Li, Mingxiong Guo*. MicroRNA-720 promotes in vitro cell migration by targeting Rab35 expression in cervical cancer cells. Cell & Bioscience, 2015, 5: 56.

◆ Yi Lin, Dengju Li, Qing Liang, Shangqing Liu, Xuelan Zuo, Lin Li, Xuemei Sun, Wenxin Li, Mingxiong Guo*, Zan Huang*. miR-638 regulates differentiation and proliferation in leukemic cells by targeting cyclin-dependent kinase 2. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), 2015, 290(3): 1818-1828.

◆ Wei Wang, Jinyang Cai, Yi Lin, Zikou Liu, Qihao Ren, Li Hu, Zan Huang, Mingxiong Guo*, and Wenxin Li*. Zinc Fingers Function Cooperatively with KRAB Domain for Nuclear Localization of KRAB-containing Zinc Finger Proteins. PLoS One, 2014, 9(3): e92155.

◆ Yi Lin, Yan Zeng, Fan Zhang, Lu Xue, Zan Huang, Wenxin Li*, Mingxiong Guo*. Characterization of MicroRNA Expression Profiles and the Discovery of Novel MicroRNAs Involved in Cancer during Human Embryonic Development. PLoS One, 2013, 8(8): e69230.

◆ Wei Wang, Jinyang Cai, Yingliang Wu, Jun Hu, Zongyun Chen, Wenxin Li, Mingxiong Guo*, Zan Huang*. Novel activity of KRAB domain that functions to reinforce nuclear localization of KRABcontaining zinc finger proteins by interacting with KAP1. CMLS-Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 2013, 70(20): 3947-3958.

◆ Li Hu#, Wei Wang#, Jinyang Cai, Jun Luo, Yi Huang, Shilu Xiong, Wenxin Li, Mingxiong Guo*. Aberrant expression of ZNF268 alters the growth and migration of ovarian cancer cells. Oncology letters, 2013, 6: 49-54.

◆ Wei Wang#, Mingxiong Guo#, Li Hu, Jinyang Cai, Yan Zeng, Jun Luo, Zhiqiang Shu, Wenxin Li, Zan Huang. The Zinc Finger Protein ZNF268 is Overexpressed in Human Cervical Cancer and Contributes to Tumorigenesis via Enhancing NF-κB Signaling. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), 2012, 287(51): 42856-66.

◆ Yan Zeng, Wei Wang, Jian Ma, Xianguo Wang, Mingxiong Guo*, Wenxin Li*. Knockdown of ZNF268, Which Is Transcriptionally Downregulated by GATA-1, Promotes Proliferation of K562 Cells. PLoS One, 2012, 7(1): e29518.

◆ Hong Yi#, Lu Xue#, Ming-Xiong Guo#, Jian Ma, Yan Zeng, Wei Wang, Jin-Yang Cai, Hai-Ming Hu, Hong-Bing Shu, Yun-Bo Shi, Wen-Xin Li. Gene Expression Atlas for Human Embryogenesis. FASEB Journal, 2010, 24(9): 3341-50.

◆ Zhouzhou Zhao, Di Wang, Chengang Zhu, Huanjie Shao, Chong Sun, Hongling Qiu, Lu Xue, Junhua Xu, Mingxiong Guo*, Wenxin Li*. Aberrant alternative splicing of human zinc finger gene ZNF268 in human hematological malignancy. Oncology Reports, 2008, 20(5): 1243-8.

◆ Di Wang#, Ming-Xiong Guo#, Zhou-Zhou Zhao, Hong-Ling Qiu, Hai-Ming Hu, Huan-Jie Shao, Chen-Gang Zhu, Lu Xue, Yun-Bo Shi and Wen-Xin Li. Human T-cell leukemiavirus type 1 oncoprotein tax represses ZNF268 expression through the cAMP-responsive Element-binding Protein/Activating Transcription Factor pathway. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), 2008, 283(24): 16299-308.

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◆ Long Xia, Deji, Mengxia Zhu, Daofeng Chen*, Yan Lu*. Juniperus pingii var. wilsonii acidic polysaccharide: extraction, characterization and anticomplement activity. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2020, 231:115728

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◆ Zelong Fu#, Long Xia#, Ji De, Mengxia Zhu, Yan Lu*, Daofeng Chen*. Beneficial effects on H1N1-induced acute lung injury and structure characterization of anti-complementary acidic polysaccharides from Juniperus pingii var. wilsonii. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2019, 129: 246-253.

◆ Beibei Li, Mengxue Dong, Ji De, Li Ye, Daofeng Chen, Yan Lu*. Structural characterization and anti-proliferation activities against tumor cells of an arabinogalactan from Juniperus convallium. Molecules, 2019, 24: 1850.

◆ Li, B., Xia, L., Deji, Zhu, M., Lu, Y., & Chen, D. (2019). Structural analysis and anticomplement activity of a novel homogenous polysaccharide isolated from Juniperus tibetica kom. Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry, 38(9), 552-565.

◆ Zhu, M., Ling, L., De, J., Lu, Y., & Chen, D. (2018). Volatile Composition of Juniperus pingii var. wilsonii and Its Inhibitory Effect on Nitric Oxide Production of Macrophage Cells. Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants, 21(4), 848-858. (201808)

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◆ De, J., Lu, Y., Ling, L., Peng, N., & Zhong, Y. (2017). Essential Oil Composition and Bioactivities of Waldheimia glabra (Asteraceae) from Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Molecules, 22(3), 460. (201703)

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◆ Peng ZHOU,Meiling REN,Wenwu ZHOU, Danzeng, Qiongdazhuoma, Yang LI.Health Risk Assessment of Groundwater in Shigatse Landfill Site of Tibet[J].Asian Agricultural Research,2022,14(08):21-27.

◆ Peng ZHOU,Meiling REN,Wenwu ZHOU,Xiaohan ZHANG,Yang LI,Feng HE.Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Distribution Characteristics of Air Pollutants in Tibet[J].Meteorological and Environmental Research,2022,13(04):7-13.

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◆ Tong, Yindong*; Qi, Miao; Sun, Peizhe; Qin, Wanxiao; Zhu, Ying; Wang, Xuejun; Xu, Yanxue;Zhang, Wei; Yang, Jingjing. Estimation of Unintended Treated Wastewater Contributions to Streams in the Yangtze River Basin and the Potential Human Health and Ecological Risk Analysis., Environmental Science and Technology, 2022, 56(9): 5590-5601.

◆ Yindong Tong*; Zhao Huang; Annette B G Janssen; Marcus Wishart; Wei He; Xuejun Wang; Yingxin Zhao; Influence of social and environmental drivers on nutrient concentrations and ratios in lakes: A comparison between China and Europe., Water Research, 2022, 227: 119347.

◆ Tong, Yindong; Wang, Mengzhu; Penuelas, Josep; Liu, Xueyan; Paerl, Hans W.; Elser, James J.; Sardans, Jordi; Couture, Raoul-Marie; Larssen, Thorjorn; Hu, Hongying; Dong, Xin*; He, Wei; Zhang, Wei; Wang, Xuejun; Zhang, Yang; Liu, Yi; Zeng, Siyu; Kong, Xiangzhen; Janssen, Annette G.; Lin, Yan*; Improvement in municipal wastewater treatment alters lake nitrogen to phosphorus ratios in populated regions , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020, 117(21): 11566- 11572.

◆ Tong, Yindong*; Xu, Xiwen; Qi, Miao; Sun, Jingjing; Zhang, Yiyan; Zhang, Wei; Wang, Mengzhu; Wang, Xuejun; Zhang, Yang*; Lake warming intensifies the seasonal pattern of internal nutrient cycling in the eutrophic lake and potential impacts on algal blooms., Water Research, 2020, 188: 116570.

◆ Wang, Mengzhu; Xu, Xiwen; Wu, Zhen; Zhang, Xiaoqian; Sun, Peizhe; Wen, Yingting; Wang, Zhen; Lu, Xuebin; Zhang, Wei; Wang, Xuejun; Tong, Yindong*; Seasonal pattern of nutrient limitation in a eutrophic lake and quantitativeanalysis of the impacts from internal nutrient cycling, Environmental Science & Technology, 2019, 53(23): 13675-13686.

◆ Jiawen Xie; Xingchen Zhuge; Xixi Liu; Qian Zhang; Yiwen Liu; Peizhe Sun; Yingxin Zhao; Yindong Tong*; Environmental sustainability opportunity and socio-economic cost analyses of phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge. Environmental Science and Ecotechnology. 2023, 16: 100258.

◆ Li, Jing, Sun, Jingjing, Wang, Ruonan, Cui, Tiejun, Tong, Yingdong*; Warming of surface water in the large and shallow lakes across the Yangtze River Basin, China, and its driver analysis. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 2023, 30(8), 20121-20132.

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◆ Zhike Li; Jie Chi; Bo Shao; Zhengyu Wu; Wei He; Yiwen Liu; Peizhe Sun; Huiming Lin; Xuejun Wang; Yingxin Zhao; Long Chen; Yindong Tong*; Inhibition of methylmercury uptake by freshwater phytoplankton in presence of algae-derived organic matter. Environmental Pollution. 2022, 313: 120111.

◆ Zhike Li; Jie Chi; Zhenyu Wu; Yiyan Zhang; Yiran Liu; Lanlan Huang; Yiren Lu; Minhaz Uddin; Wei Zhang; Xuejun Wang; Yan Lin; Yindong Tong*; Characteristics of plankton Hg bioaccumulations based on a global data set and the implications for aquatic systems with aggravating nutrient imbalance. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2022, 16(3):37.

◆ Tong Yindong*; Chen Ziwei; Wen Yingting; Qi Miao; Wang Yuyi; Zhu Mengshi; Lin Yan; Sha Jian; Zhang Hefeng; Wang Ruonan; Wang Xuejun; Exploring dynamics of riverine phosphorus exports under future climate change using a process-based catchment model. Journal of Hydrology, 2022, 605: 127344.

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◆ Qi, Miao; Yang, Yongkui; Zhang, Xiaoyan; Zhang, Xiaoyan; Wang, Mengzhu; Zhang, Weic; Lü, Xuebin; Tong, Yindong*; Pollution reduction and operating cost analysis of municipal wastewater treatment in China and implication for future wastewater management. Journal of Cleaner Production. 2020, 253: 120003.

◆ Tong, Yindong*; Xu, Xiwen; Zhang, Shuliang; Shi, Limei; Zhang, Xiaoyan; Wang, Mengzhu; Qi, Miao; Chen, Cen; Wen, Yingting; Zhao, Yue; Zhang, Wei; Lu, Xuebin; Establishment of season-specific nutrient thresholds and analyses of the effects of nutrient management in eutrophic lakes through statistical machine learning. Journal of Hydrology. 2019, 578: 124079.

◆ Tong, Yindong*; Li, Jiaqi; Qi, Miao; Zhang, Xiaoyan; Wang, Wang, Mengzhu; Liu, Xueyan; Zhang, Wei; Wang, Xuejun; Lu, Yiren; Lin, Yan; Impacts of water residence time on nitrogen budget of lakes and reservoirs. Science of the Total Environment. 2019, 646: 75-83.

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◆ Ross Joseph; Michelle Lasa; Yonghong Zhou; and Nemat O. Keyhani; Unique Attributes of the Laurel Wilt Fungal Pathogen, Raffaelea lauricola, as Revealed by Metabolic Profiling, Pathogens, 2021, 10(528):

◆ Yonghong Zhou; Dingding Lu; Ross Joseph; Nemat O. Keyhani; High efficiency transformation and mutant screening of the laurel wilt pathogen, Raffaelea lauricola, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2020, 104:7331-7343.

◆ Yonghong Zhou; Pasco B. Avery; Daniel Carrillo; Rita H. Duncan; Alison Lukowsky; Ronald D. Cave; Nemat O. Keyhani*; Identification of the Achilles heels of the laurel wilt pathogen and its beetle vector, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2018, 102: 5673–5684.

◆ Drion G. Boucias; Yonghong Zhou; Shuaishuai Huang; Nemat O. Keyhani*; Microbiota in insect fungal pathology, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2018, 102: 5873–5888.

◆ Yonghong Zhou; Nemat O. Keyhani; Yongjun Zhang; Zhibing Luo; Yanhua Fan; Yujie Li; Qiaosheng Zhou; Jianjun Chen; Yan Pei*; Dissection of the contributions of cyclophilin genes to development and virulence in a fungal insect pathogen, Environmental Microbiology, 2016, 18 (11): 3812–3826.

◆ Yonghong Zhou; Lei Hou; Yongjun Zhang; Yanhua Fan; Zhibing Luo; Dan Jin; Qiaosheng Zhou; Yujie Li; You Wang; Yan Pei*; Expression and promoter characterization of BbPacC, a pH response transcription factor gene of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana, Microbiology, 2014, 160: 353-361.

◆ Yonghong Zhou; Yonjun Zhang; Zhibing Luo; Yanhua Fan; Guirong Tang; Liji Liu; Yan Pei*; Selection of optimal reference genes for expression analysis in the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana during development, under changing nutrient conditions, and after exposure to abiotic stresses, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2012, 93: 679-685.

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