Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology

About ECET Lab

Phenikaa University strives to become a multidisciplinary University and be ranked among the TOP 100 best Universities in Asia within the next two decades. At ECET Lab, we aim to achieve scientific results, innovative and creative solutions to control environmental pollution, and technology transfer  in the environmental fields. 

Highlighted Publications

Trace element contamination in rice and its potential health risks to consumers in North-Central Vietnam

Authors: Thao. et al.

Environmental Geochemistry and Health (Accepted)


Lab news

At 9:30 am (GMT +7), 17/05/2023, Dr. Ngo Thi Thuy Huong (Phenikaa University), ECET group leader, recently spoke at the Ministry of Science and Technology in Hanoi, where she shared her insights on sustainable development with young Vietnamese scientists and students. Dr. Huong argues that studying the effects of pollution on ecosystems is crucial because it directly impacts humans. In her earlier research, she also mentioned using vetiver to treat dioxin pollution at Bien Hoa airport. Trace metals and microplastics and their impact on human health were the subjects of other research that her research group conducted – Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology (ECET). 

Detail: Here

Research Areas

ECET Lab focuses on Environmental chemistry of various pollutants, especially POPs, heavy metal and microplastics, and investigating their ecotoxicological impacts.



Studies published in ISI journals listed in Web of Science, domestic publications, proceedings, conferences and patents 



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