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  • Prof. Tam Fung Yee Nora 譚鳳儀教授

    BSc (Hons) CUHK, MSc Sheffield UK, MPhil CUHK, PhD York UK
    C.I. Biol, F.I. Biol, BBS, JP
    Tel: 31202570

    Biography

    Prof. Nora Fung-yee Tam, BBS, JP is a renowned scholar in environmental biology, with a focus on biological waste treatment, bioremediation and mangrove ecology. She is currently the Research Professor in School of Science & Technology, The Open University of Hong Kong and the Emeritus Professor in the Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong. She is also the Fellow of The Open University of Hong Kong. Prof. Tam has more than 35 years of research experiences on the ecology and conservation of mangrove and coastal wetlands, remediation of toxic pollutants and pollution control, and biotechnology in waste and wastewater treatment. Prof. Tam was the Director of Futian-CityU Mangrove Research and Development Center and Member of the State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution in City University of Hong Kong, as well as the Principal Investigator for several research projects. She has taken up many honorary appointments at universities and institutions in Hong Kong and the Mainland, and carried out consultancy work for companies in the environmental industry. Prof. Tam has an extensive publication record, with around 350 original research articles in SCI journals, 21 book chapters, 10 books and trained more than 150 students' projects from undergraduate to doctoral degree levels. According to the Shanghai Ranking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects in 2016 by Elsevier, she is one of the most cited researchers in the area of environmental science and engineering. Prof. Tam has also developed close connections with government, private sectors (environmental consultant companies) and green groups, making valuable contribution to the promotion of scientific research, education, and environmental conservation. Prof. Tam was awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star by the HKSAR Government in 2012.

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Ecology and conservation of mangrove and coastal wetlands
    • Bioremediation of toxic pollutants
    • Biotechnology in waste treatment and pollution Control

    Academic & Professional Experience

    2020-                Emeritus Professor, Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2017-20           Chair Professor of Biology, Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    8/2016-12/16   Acting Head, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2005-16           Chair Professor of Biology, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2003-20           Deputy Director / Director, Futian-CityU Mangrove Research and Development Centre, City University of Hong Kong

    1996-05           Professor, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    1996-99           Associate Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering, City University of Hong Kong

    1993-96           University Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor (A), Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    1993-95           Visiting Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences, University of Portsmouth, UK

    1992‑93           Principal Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

    1990‑92           Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

    1988‑90           Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology, Hong Kong Polytechnic

    1982‑88           Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, Hong Kong Polytechnic

    1985‑86           Visiting Lecturer, Department of Extra‑mural Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong

    1983‑84           Visiting Lecturer, Department of Extra‑mural Studies, University of Hong Kong. 

    1979‑82           Demonstrator, Department of Biology, University of York 

    1978‑79           Graduate Assistant, Department of Biology, Chinese University of Hong Kong

    1976‑77           Demonstrator, Department of Biology, Chinese University of Hong Kong

     

    Selected Publications

    Books

    • Demonstration and Evaluation on Ecological Restoration of Wetlands in Overseas China Town, Zan Q J and Tam N F Y, Ocean Press, Beijing, China, 2016
    • Research on Restoration Technology of Coastal Wetland Ecosystems – A Case Study of Shenzhen Bay, eds. Zan Q J, Tam N F Y and Li Y C, Ocean Press, Beijing, China, 2013
    • Phytoremediation Using Constructed Mangrove Wetlands: Mechanisms and Application Potential. Ke L and Tam N F Y. Nova Science Publisher, Inc., New York, 2012

    Book Chapters

    • Wang Y F and Tam N F Y. Microbial remediation of organic pollutants. In: World Seas: An Environmental Evaluation Volume III: Ecological Issues and Environmental Impacts (Ed. Sheppard C), Elsevier, pp. 283-303 (2018)
    • Ke L and Tam N F Y*. Toxicity and bioavailability of heavy metals and hydrocarbons in mangrove wetlands and their remediation. In: Environmental Contamination – Health Risks, Bioavailability and Bioremediation (Ed. Wong MH), Taylor and Francis, CRC Press, Chapter 17, pp. 371-392 (2012)
    • Ke L, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y*. Toxicity and removal of organic pollutants by microalgae: A review. In: Microalgae: Biotechnology, Microbiology and Energy, Nova Science Publisher, Inc., Chapter 3, pp. 101-140 (2011)

    Journal Articles

    • Yang L H, Xiao S R, Yang Q, Luan T G* and Tam N F Y*. Recovery of subtropical coastal intertidal system prokaryotes from a destruction event and the role of extracellular polymeric substances in the presence of endocrine disrupting chemicals. Environment International 144: 106023 (2020)
    • Deng D, Chen H X, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y* Physiological response and oxidative transformation of 2,2’,4,4’ tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47) by a Chlorella isolate. Science of the Total Enviornment 744: 140869 (2020)
    • Qi X L, Tam N F Y, Li W C and Ye Z H*. The role of root apoplastic barriers in cadmium translocation and accumulation in cultivars of rice (Oryza sativa L.) with different Cd-accumulating characteristics. Environmental Pollution 264: 114736 (2020)
    • Tang J P, Wang S, Tai Y P, Tam N F Y, Su L H, Shi Y M, Luo B K, Tao R*, Yang Y* and Zhang X M*. Evaluation of factors influencing annual occurrence, bioaccumulation, and biomagnification of antibiotics in planktonic food webs of a large subtropical river in South China. Water Research, 170: 115302 (2020)
    • Tian T T, Yang Q, Wei G L, Cheung S G, Shin P K S, Wong Y S, Li Z, Chen Z H and Tam N F Y*. Changes of substrate microbial biomass and community composition in a constructed mangrove wetland for municipal wastewater treatment during 10-years operation. Marine Pollution Bulletin 155: 111095 (2020)
    • Zhou H C, Tam N F Y*, Cheung S G, Wei P P, Li S F and Wu Q H. Contamination of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in watershed sediments and plants adjacent to e-waste sites. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 379: 120788 (2019)
    • Farzana S, Zhou H C, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Could mangrove plants tolerate and remove BDE-209 in contaminated sediments upon long-term exposure? Journal of Hazardous Materials, 378: 120731 (2019)
    • Pan Y, Chen J, Zhou H C, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Degradation of BDE-47 in mangrove sediments under alternating anaerobic-aerobic conditions. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 378: 120709 (2019)
    • Chalifour A, Chin W Y, Leung P Y, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Effect of light on the transformation of BDE-47 by living and autoclaved cultures of Microcystis flos-aquae and Chlorella vulgaris. Chemosphere, 233: 140-148 (2019)
    • Tai Y, Tam N F Y, Wang R, Yang Y, Lin J. Wang J. Yang Y*, Li L and Sun Y. Iron plaque formation on wetland-plant roots accelerates removal of water-borne antibiotics. Plant and Soil, 433(102): 323-338 (2018)
    • Wang Y F*, Zhou H W, Wang Y, Zhang X L and Tam N F Y. Diversity and dynamics of microbial community structure in different mangrove, marine and freshwater sediments during anaerobic debromination of PBDEs. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9 (article 952): 1-14 (2018)
    • Chen J, Wang C, Pan Y, Farzana S and Tam N F Y*. Biochar accelerates microbial reductive debromination of 2,2’,4,4’-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47) in anaerobic mangrove sediments. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 341: 177-186 (2018)
    • Pi N, Wu Y, Zhu H W, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y*. The removal of mixed PAHs and PBDEs in wastewater by mangrove plants under different tidal flushing regimes. Environmental Pollution, 231: 104-114 (2017)
    • Dai Y N, Dan A, Yang Y*, Tam N F Y*, Tai Y P and Tang X Y. Factors affecting behavior of phenolic endocrine disruptors, estrone and estradiol, in constructed wetlands for domestic sewage treatment. Environmental Science & Technology, 50: 11844-11852 (2016)
    • Luo L J, Lai X Y, Chen B W, Lin L, Fang L, Tam N F Y and Luan T G*. Chlorophyll catalyse the photo-transformation of carcinogenic benzo[a]pyrene in water. Scientific Reports, 5: 12776, DOI: 10.1038/srep12776 (2015)
    • Deng D and Tam N F Y*. Isolation of microalgae tolerant to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) from wastewater treatment plants and their removal ability. Bioresource Technology, 177: 289-297 (2015)
    • Luo S S, Chen B W, Lin L, Wang X W, Tam N F Y and Luan T G*. Pyrene degradation accelerated by constructed consortium of bacterium and microalga: Effects of degradation products on the microalgal growth. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(23): 13917-13924 (2014)
    • Zhu H W, Wang Y, Wang X W, Luan T G and Tam N F Y*. Intrinsic debromination potential of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in different sediment slurries. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(9): 4724 – 4731 (2014)

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Chairman, Management Committee of the Marine Conservation Enhancement Fund (MCEF), Castel Peak Power Company Limited, The Hongkong Electric Company, Limited and the Hong Kong LNG Terminal Limited
    • Member, High Level Steering Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance, Food and Health Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Member and Chairman of Research and Testing Committee, Consumer Council, Hong Kong
    • Member, Lantau Development Advisory Committee, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Member, Management Committee of Marine Ecology Enhancement Fund, Airport Authority of Hong Kong
    • Vice-chairman and Chairman of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Subcommittee, Advisory Council on Environment, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Specialist, Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ)
    • Council Member, Hon Wah College, Hong Kong
    • Member, College Council, Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education, Hong Kong
    • Member, Biology Panel, 2020 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), UGC, Hong Kong

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    Home > People > Prof. Tam Fung Yee Nora 譚鳳儀教授

    Prof. Tam Fung Yee Nora 譚鳳儀教授

    BSc (Hons) CUHK, MSc Sheffield UK, MPhil CUHK, PhD York UK
    C.I. Biol, F.I. Biol, BBS, JP

    Research Professor
    School of Science and Technology

    Email: fytam@ouhk.edu.hk
    Tel: 31202570

    Biography

    Prof. Nora Fung-yee Tam, BBS, JP is a renowned scholar in environmental biology, with a focus on biological waste treatment, bioremediation and mangrove ecology. She is currently the Research Professor in School of Science & Technology, The Open University of Hong Kong and the Emeritus Professor in the Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong. She is also the Fellow of The Open University of Hong Kong. Prof. Tam has more than 35 years of research experiences on the ecology and conservation of mangrove and coastal wetlands, remediation of toxic pollutants and pollution control, and biotechnology in waste and wastewater treatment. Prof. Tam was the Director of Futian-CityU Mangrove Research and Development Center and Member of the State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution in City University of Hong Kong, as well as the Principal Investigator for several research projects. She has taken up many honorary appointments at universities and institutions in Hong Kong and the Mainland, and carried out consultancy work for companies in the environmental industry. Prof. Tam has an extensive publication record, with around 350 original research articles in SCI journals, 21 book chapters, 10 books and trained more than 150 students' projects from undergraduate to doctoral degree levels. According to the Shanghai Ranking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects in 2016 by Elsevier, she is one of the most cited researchers in the area of environmental science and engineering. Prof. Tam has also developed close connections with government, private sectors (environmental consultant companies) and green groups, making valuable contribution to the promotion of scientific research, education, and environmental conservation. Prof. Tam was awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star by the HKSAR Government in 2012.

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Ecology and conservation of mangrove and coastal wetlands
    • Bioremediation of toxic pollutants
    • Biotechnology in waste treatment and pollution Control

    Academic & Professional Experience

    2020-                Emeritus Professor, Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2017-20           Chair Professor of Biology, Department of Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    8/2016-12/16   Acting Head, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2005-16           Chair Professor of Biology, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    2003-20           Deputy Director / Director, Futian-CityU Mangrove Research and Development Centre, City University of Hong Kong

    1996-05           Professor, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    1996-99           Associate Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering, City University of Hong Kong

    1993-96           University Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor (A), Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong

    1993-95           Visiting Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences, University of Portsmouth, UK

    1992‑93           Principal Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

    1990‑92           Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, City Polytechnic of Hong Kong

    1988‑90           Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology, Hong Kong Polytechnic

    1982‑88           Lecturer, Department of Applied Science, Hong Kong Polytechnic

    1985‑86           Visiting Lecturer, Department of Extra‑mural Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong

    1983‑84           Visiting Lecturer, Department of Extra‑mural Studies, University of Hong Kong. 

    1979‑82           Demonstrator, Department of Biology, University of York 

    1978‑79           Graduate Assistant, Department of Biology, Chinese University of Hong Kong

    1976‑77           Demonstrator, Department of Biology, Chinese University of Hong Kong

     

    Selected Publications

    Books

    • Demonstration and Evaluation on Ecological Restoration of Wetlands in Overseas China Town, Zan Q J and Tam N F Y, Ocean Press, Beijing, China, 2016
    • Research on Restoration Technology of Coastal Wetland Ecosystems – A Case Study of Shenzhen Bay, eds. Zan Q J, Tam N F Y and Li Y C, Ocean Press, Beijing, China, 2013
    • Phytoremediation Using Constructed Mangrove Wetlands: Mechanisms and Application Potential. Ke L and Tam N F Y. Nova Science Publisher, Inc., New York, 2012

    Book Chapters

    • Wang Y F and Tam N F Y. Microbial remediation of organic pollutants. In: World Seas: An Environmental Evaluation Volume III: Ecological Issues and Environmental Impacts (Ed. Sheppard C), Elsevier, pp. 283-303 (2018)
    • Ke L and Tam N F Y*. Toxicity and bioavailability of heavy metals and hydrocarbons in mangrove wetlands and their remediation. In: Environmental Contamination – Health Risks, Bioavailability and Bioremediation (Ed. Wong MH), Taylor and Francis, CRC Press, Chapter 17, pp. 371-392 (2012)
    • Ke L, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y*. Toxicity and removal of organic pollutants by microalgae: A review. In: Microalgae: Biotechnology, Microbiology and Energy, Nova Science Publisher, Inc., Chapter 3, pp. 101-140 (2011)

    Journal Articles

    • Yang L H, Xiao S R, Yang Q, Luan T G* and Tam N F Y*. Recovery of subtropical coastal intertidal system prokaryotes from a destruction event and the role of extracellular polymeric substances in the presence of endocrine disrupting chemicals. Environment International 144: 106023 (2020)
    • Deng D, Chen H X, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y* Physiological response and oxidative transformation of 2,2’,4,4’ tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47) by a Chlorella isolate. Science of the Total Enviornment 744: 140869 (2020)
    • Qi X L, Tam N F Y, Li W C and Ye Z H*. The role of root apoplastic barriers in cadmium translocation and accumulation in cultivars of rice (Oryza sativa L.) with different Cd-accumulating characteristics. Environmental Pollution 264: 114736 (2020)
    • Tang J P, Wang S, Tai Y P, Tam N F Y, Su L H, Shi Y M, Luo B K, Tao R*, Yang Y* and Zhang X M*. Evaluation of factors influencing annual occurrence, bioaccumulation, and biomagnification of antibiotics in planktonic food webs of a large subtropical river in South China. Water Research, 170: 115302 (2020)
    • Tian T T, Yang Q, Wei G L, Cheung S G, Shin P K S, Wong Y S, Li Z, Chen Z H and Tam N F Y*. Changes of substrate microbial biomass and community composition in a constructed mangrove wetland for municipal wastewater treatment during 10-years operation. Marine Pollution Bulletin 155: 111095 (2020)
    • Zhou H C, Tam N F Y*, Cheung S G, Wei P P, Li S F and Wu Q H. Contamination of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in watershed sediments and plants adjacent to e-waste sites. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 379: 120788 (2019)
    • Farzana S, Zhou H C, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Could mangrove plants tolerate and remove BDE-209 in contaminated sediments upon long-term exposure? Journal of Hazardous Materials, 378: 120731 (2019)
    • Pan Y, Chen J, Zhou H C, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Degradation of BDE-47 in mangrove sediments under alternating anaerobic-aerobic conditions. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 378: 120709 (2019)
    • Chalifour A, Chin W Y, Leung P Y, Cheung S G and Tam N F Y*. Effect of light on the transformation of BDE-47 by living and autoclaved cultures of Microcystis flos-aquae and Chlorella vulgaris. Chemosphere, 233: 140-148 (2019)
    • Tai Y, Tam N F Y, Wang R, Yang Y, Lin J. Wang J. Yang Y*, Li L and Sun Y. Iron plaque formation on wetland-plant roots accelerates removal of water-borne antibiotics. Plant and Soil, 433(102): 323-338 (2018)
    • Wang Y F*, Zhou H W, Wang Y, Zhang X L and Tam N F Y. Diversity and dynamics of microbial community structure in different mangrove, marine and freshwater sediments during anaerobic debromination of PBDEs. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9 (article 952): 1-14 (2018)
    • Chen J, Wang C, Pan Y, Farzana S and Tam N F Y*. Biochar accelerates microbial reductive debromination of 2,2’,4,4’-tetrabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-47) in anaerobic mangrove sediments. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 341: 177-186 (2018)
    • Pi N, Wu Y, Zhu H W, Wong Y S and Tam N F Y*. The removal of mixed PAHs and PBDEs in wastewater by mangrove plants under different tidal flushing regimes. Environmental Pollution, 231: 104-114 (2017)
    • Dai Y N, Dan A, Yang Y*, Tam N F Y*, Tai Y P and Tang X Y. Factors affecting behavior of phenolic endocrine disruptors, estrone and estradiol, in constructed wetlands for domestic sewage treatment. Environmental Science & Technology, 50: 11844-11852 (2016)
    • Luo L J, Lai X Y, Chen B W, Lin L, Fang L, Tam N F Y and Luan T G*. Chlorophyll catalyse the photo-transformation of carcinogenic benzo[a]pyrene in water. Scientific Reports, 5: 12776, DOI: 10.1038/srep12776 (2015)
    • Deng D and Tam N F Y*. Isolation of microalgae tolerant to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) from wastewater treatment plants and their removal ability. Bioresource Technology, 177: 289-297 (2015)
    • Luo S S, Chen B W, Lin L, Wang X W, Tam N F Y and Luan T G*. Pyrene degradation accelerated by constructed consortium of bacterium and microalga: Effects of degradation products on the microalgal growth. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(23): 13917-13924 (2014)
    • Zhu H W, Wang Y, Wang X W, Luan T G and Tam N F Y*. Intrinsic debromination potential of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in different sediment slurries. Environmental Science & Technology, 48(9): 4724 – 4731 (2014)

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Chairman, Management Committee of the Marine Conservation Enhancement Fund (MCEF), Castel Peak Power Company Limited, The Hongkong Electric Company, Limited and the Hong Kong LNG Terminal Limited
    • Member, High Level Steering Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance, Food and Health Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Member and Chairman of Research and Testing Committee, Consumer Council, Hong Kong
    • Member, Lantau Development Advisory Committee, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Member, Management Committee of Marine Ecology Enhancement Fund, Airport Authority of Hong Kong
    • Vice-chairman and Chairman of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Subcommittee, Advisory Council on Environment, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Specialist, Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ)
    • Council Member, Hon Wah College, Hong Kong
    • Member, College Council, Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education, Hong Kong
    • Member, Biology Panel, 2020 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), UGC, Hong Kong

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    Modified Date: Sep 24, 2020
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