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Edmond Sanganyado is a senior lecturer in Environmental Forensics at Northumbria University. Before that, he was an associate professor at Shantou University, China. He holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Toxicology from the University of California Riverside, USA and a BSc (Hons) in Applied Chemistry from the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe. He is interested in understanding the behavior of chemicals in the environment, and his primary goal is to develop techniques for mitigating chemical pollution.

Edmond is the associate editor of Frontiers in Water, academic editor of PLoS ONE and PeerJ, and editorial board member of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, BMC Chemistry and Communications Earth & Environment. He is a member of the Zimbabwe Young Academy of Sciences and the Global Young Academy. Edmond was elected as a Fellow of the Institution of Environmental Science to recognize his outstanding contribution to environmental science and sustainability.

Research interests

My research explores the impact of human activities on aquatic environments. To achieve this, I am interested in developing tools for assessing the environmental chemodynamics and ecotoxicocological mechanisms and pathways of synthetic chemicals.

Education/Academic qualification

Education, PGCHE

30 Jul 201831 Dec 2099

Award Date: 30 Jul 2018

Environmental Science and other Physical Science, PhD, University of California at Riverside

12 Sep 201110 Jun 2016

Award Date: 10 Jun 2016

Chemistry, BSc (Hons), National University of Science and Technology Bulawayo

10 Aug 200431 May 2008

Award Date: 31 May 2008

External positions

Professor, Shantou University

1 Jul 20195 Mar 2022


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