An Xu, born in 1971, female, Ph.D, Professor. Since 1998, she has become a staff member of the Key Lab of Ion Beam Bioengineering, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, CAS. She got her master degree for public health (MPH) from Columbia University in 2001 and PhD degree from the Institute of Plasma Physics, CAS in 2004. She returned to Columbia University for her two-year Post-Doctoral project in 2005. Her currently research interests have focused on environmental and radiation carcinogenesis and mutagenesis, in particular the genotoxicity of particular matters from micron- to nano-meter, DNA damage induced by cyanotoxins, genomic instability of ion beam irradiation, and the biological effects of strong, static magnetic fields. In recent years, several research papers have been published in Cancer Res, Environ Health Perspect, Particle Fibre Toxicology, and Chem Res Toxicol. Candidates with biological, medical, physical, or chemical background are especially encouraged.Contact information: Xu An, P.O. Box Hefei 1126, 230031, email: email@example.com.