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Shiping Deng

Dr. Deng has concentrated her research on integrating molecular biology techniques with her research experience in soil biochemistry and chemistry to work on environmental issues related to soil, water and sediments.

Shiping Deng, Professor
Santelmann/Warth Professorship in Plant and Soil Sciences

Soil Microbiology

Oklahoma State University
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
371 Agricultural Hall
Stillwater, OK 74078-6028
Office Location: 209C Noble Research Center
Phone Number: 405-744-9591
FAX Number: 405-744-0354

shiping.deng@okstate.edu

 

Dr. Shiping Deng is a native of Chongqing, China. She came to the United States in 1987 to pursue a Master of Science degree at Oregon State University. After earning a Doctorate degree from Iowa State University in 1994, she received postdoctoral training in molecular microbiology at several institutions, including Montana State University, Cornell University, and the Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education/U.S. EPA in Cincinnati, OH. Since joining Oklahoma State University in 1998 as an assistant professor, Dr. Deng has concentrated her research on integrating molecular biology techniques with her research experience in soil biochemistry and chemistry to work on environmental issues related to soil, water and sediments. She has initiated projects to evaluate impacts of human activities, including waste disposal and agricultural practices, on the environment at both organismal and molecular levels.

 

Education

PhD: Soil Biochemistry, Iowa State University 1994
MS: Soil Chemistry, Oregon State University 1990
BS: Soil Chemistry, Southwest Agricultural University, P. R. China 1982

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