Wayne Jiang

Wayne Jiang

jiangwa@msu.edu
Telephone: 517-336-4672

Associate Professor and Associate Director of IR-4 Laboratory


Location:

MBI Building
3815 Technology Blvd, Suite 1031B
Lansing, MI 48910

North Central Region IR-4 Project

Bio

Dr. Jiang has a solid background in science with 20+ years of experience in research, teaching, and services. He has been principal and co-principal investigator on grants and contracts totaling over $8 M. He published and presented over fifty papers and presentations in the areas of chemistry, food safety, environmental contamination, and pest management. Dr. Jiang co-authored over one hundred IR-4 Analytical Summary Reports that have been submitted to the US EPA for pesticide registration. While being on the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service’s mission Capacity Building, Dr. Jiang and colleagues travelled many countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and helped these developing countries to develop internationally recognized pest management programs and to establish their regulatory systems, which are important to the global food safety. He worked in industries in Toronto and Detroit before joining Michigan State University in 2003. Dr. Jiang became a faculty member at the Department of Entomology in 2006. Dr. Jiang is serving as a senior editor of Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.

Current assignment: Research 50% | Teaching 5% | Outreach & Services 45%

Program Description

For more than 50 years, the USDA Interregional Research Project Number 4 (IR-4) Project has been the primary resource in the US for facilitating registrations of pesticides on specialty crops and minor uses which include the majority of fruit, vegetable, and ornamental crops. The IR-4 program is fully funded by USDA. The IR-4 Project contributes more than $7.3 billion to annual GDP in the US. Therefore, IR-4 is important to US specialty crop growers.

Overall my work with IR-4 at MSU is providing the reliable and high quality residue data necessary for tolerance establishment with US EPA. All these studies are conducted under the demanding regulations of EPA’s Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) system. As can be seen from my CV, I have co-authored 100+ Analytical Summary Reports submitted to US EPA. For one example among many possible, mainly based on our many years’ work at MSU, in 2012 EPA has established a number of tolerances for residues of an insecticide, Bifenthrin in vegetables, fruits, sweet corn, nuts, tea, grasses, and other crops, totally 56 food crops and crop fractions, which allows their legal use in the US (40 CFR 180.442, September 4, 2012). In many cases without the IR-4 program such crops could not be grown economically.

Capacity Building Program of USDA Foreign Agricultural Service helps developing countries improve agricultural systems (such as minor use programs and regulatory systems) and enhances the international trade capacities. Many institutions in the US participate in the Capacity Building program. I have been on the mission of Capacity Building Program for past five years and have been providing the services for the pesticide laboratory GLP training in many countries. I have been the main trainer to pesticide laboratory trainings for Capacity Building studies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries and nearby countries (trainees are from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and China, South Korea) and in Africa (Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Senegal, Uganda, and Tanzania). I have been working closely with China to be on the team to foster cooperation and information exchange with intention of a reciprocal recognition of each other’s GLP programs and mutual acceptance of pesticide residue data.

Concentrations

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Good Laboratory Practices
  • Capacity Building
  • Food Safety
  • Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

Professional Experience

  • 2016-Present – Associate Professor, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University
  • 2006-2016 – Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University
  • 2003-2005 – Academic Specialist, National Food Safety & Toxicology Center, Michigan State University
  • 2000-2003 – Laboratory Manager, University Laboratory Inc.
  • 1999-2000 – Senior Chemist, Caduceon Inc.

Selected Publications

  • Zhang H, Li F, Jiang W*, Review on Data Requirements of Storage Stability for Pesticide Residue Experiment by US EPA. Pesticide Science and Administration, 2016 36(3) 16-23. In Chinese.
  • Zhang H, Jiang W*, The Recent Development of The Global Minor Use Workshop and Interregional Research Project No. 4 (IR-4) in the USA. Pesticide Science and Administration, 2015 35(11) 1-5. In Chinese.
  • Zhang ZY*, Jiang W, Jian Q, Song QC, Zheng ZT3, Wang DL, Liu XJ. Changes of field incurred chlorpyrifos and its toxic metabolite residues in rice during food processing from-RAC-To-Consumption. PLoS ONE (2015), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0116467.
  • Huan Z, Zhi Xu Z*, Jiang W, Chen Z, Luo J, Effect of Chinese traditional cooking on eight pesticides residue during cowpea processing. Food Chemistry 2015 (170) 118-122. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.08.052.
  • Zhang Z*, Jiang W, Jian Q, Song W, Zheng Z, Wang D, Liu X. Residues and dissipation kinetics of triazole fungicides difenoconazole and propiconazole in wheat and soil in Chinese fields. Food Chemistry. 2015, (168) 396-403. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.07.087.
  • Lu MX, Jiang W, Wang JL, Jian Q, Shen Y, Liu XJ, Yu XY*. Persistence and Dissipation of Chlorpyrifos in Brassica Chinensis, Lettuce, Celery, Asparagus Lettuce, Eggplant, and Pepper in a Greenhouse. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(6): e100556. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100556.
  • Jiang W*, Jian Q, Zheng Z, Liu X. Introduction to IR-4 Project “Pesticide Minor Use Management on Specialty Crops”. Pesticide Science and Administration, 2014 35(5) 17-21. In Chinese.
  • Zhang Z*, Jiang W, Jian Q, Song W, Zheng Z, Ke C, Liu X. Thiabendazole uptake in shimeji, king oyster, and oyster mushrooms and its persistence in sterile and nonsterile substrates. Journal of Agricultural Food and Chemistry. 2014, 62(6):1221-6. doi: 10.1021.
  • Wang TT, Cheng J, Liu XJ, Jiang W, Zhang CL, Yu XY*. Effect of biochar amendment on the bioavailability of pesticide chlorantraniliprole in soil to earthworm. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2012, 83:96-101.
  • Westaway KC* and Jiang W. Isotope effects in nucleophilic substitution reactions XI. The effect of ion-pairing, substituents, and the solvent on SN2 transition states, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 77 (2011) 879-889. DOI: 10.1139cjc-77-5-6-879.
  • Zhang CZ, Zhang ZY, Liu XJ, Jiang W, Wu YD*. Dissipation and environmental fate of herbicide H-9201 in carrot plantings under field conditions. Food Chemistry. 2010, 119: 874-879.
  • Jiang W*, Kon RT, Othoudt RA, Leavitt RA, Kumar S, Geissel LD, Gomaa EA. Method development, validation, and analysis of bifenthrin residues in fresh and dry cilantro foliages and cilantro seeds using GC-ECD. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 2004, 73: 9-16.
  • Jiang W, Childs RF*, Mika AM, Dickson JM. Pore-filled cation-exchange membranes containing poly (styrenesulfonic acid) gels. Desalination. 2003, 159(3): 253-266. Impact
  • Ge J*, Cui Y, Yan Y, Jiang W. The effect of structure on pervaporation of chitosan membrane. Journal of Membrane Science, 2000, 165: 75-81.
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