Xiaohua Teng, female, born in March 1963, PH. D, professor, doctoral supervisor, works in College of Animal Science and Technology, Northeast Agricultural University (Harbin, China). She is one of "Outstanding scholars" in Northeast Agricultural University. Her main research interest is environmental toxicology on animals (including fish and poultry). She once served as the team leader of “Livestock and Poultry Environment Discipline” in Northeast Agricultural University and the discipline leader a key discipline of Heilongjiang Province (China) on “Animal Husbandry System Management”. At present, she is an expert in the project evaluation of the National Nature Fund (China), an expert in the evaluation of doctoral and master's thesis, as well as excellent doctoral graduation thesis of the degree center of the Ministry of Education (China), a vice president of “Livestock Ecology of China” (One branch of “Chinese Society of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine” (China), an expert of “the International Cooperation Committee on Animal Welfare of China Association, and an executive director of Heilongjiang Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Society, Member of Heilongjiang Agricultural Rural Reform and Development Soft Science Research Committee, an evaluation expert of Heilongjiang Educational Science Planning, and an expert of Heilongjiang Educational Science Planning Office in the 12th Five Year Plan and the 13th Five Year Plan. She was a chairman and member of conference academic committee, sub venue host and specked at many academic conferences. She presided over, guided, and participated in 28 projects of NSFC and other scientific research topics and won 10 scientific research awards. She serves as editor for Metabolites and Metabolites Special Issue "The Role of Signaling Pathways in Animal Cell Metabolism" (SCI, 2-zone, IF = 5.581), a member of review committee of one 3-zone SCI journal (Animals). She reviewed manuscripts for 65 SCI journals, including four 1-zone SCI journals, fifteen 2-zone SCI journals, thirty-two 3-zone SCI journals, and fourteen 4-zone SCI journals.