Susie Dai obtained her BSc in Chemistry at Fudan University (2001) and her PhD degree in Chemistry at Duke University (2006). Dai conducted her post-doc training with the Scripps Research Institute and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Before joining the Texas A&M University faculty, she worked as the Associate Director of the Iowa State Hygienic Laboratory, Director of the Environmental Health Division from 2016-2019. Dai also worked as the Research Associate professor in the Office of the Texas State Chemist from 2008 to 2016. Both organizations are state agencies on University campuses combining service, research, and teaching functions. Dai currently is the director of the Biomonitoring program in the Iowa State Hygienic Laboratory, leading the Iowa Statewide Biomonitoring public health surveillance. From her rich administrative and field experiences, Dai brings unique transnational and regulatory perspectives in her current research programs in environmental protection, environmental health, food safety, and regulatory science. She has published more than 40 journal papers, such as Chem, Nature Communications, PNAS, Advanced Science, and Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
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