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Name:
Xingyu Jiang
Education:
Ph.D.
Positions:
Academic title:
Professor
Postal Code:
100190
Subject categories:
Chemical biology
Mailing Address:
No.11,Beiyitiao Zhongguancun Beijing,china
E-mail:
xingyujiang(AT)nanoctr.cn

Resume:
Xingyu Jiang is a principle investigator in the National Center for NanoScience and Technology of China (NCNST). His research interests include surface chemistry, microfluidics, micro/nano-fabrication, cell biology and immunoassays. Born and raised in Chengdu, Xingyu obtained his Bachelor’s Degree at The University of Chicago (1999), followed by an A.M. (2001) and a Ph. D. (2004) from Harvard University (Chemistry), working with Professor George Whitesides on microfluidics and cell patterning. After a short postdoctoral fellowship with Professor George Whitesides, he joined NCNST in 2005.

Direction:
nano biomedicine

Achievements:

Article:

  10. Surface modification of gold nanoparticles with small molecules for biochemical analysis, Chen YP, Xianyu YL, Jiang XY, Accounts Chem Res, 50(2), 310-319. (2017). 

  9. Polyvinylpyrrolidone-polyethyleneglycol modified silver nanorods can be a safe, non-carrier adjuvant for HIV vaccine, Liu Y, Balachandran YL, Li D, Shao Y, Jiang XY, ACS Nano, 10(3), 3589-3596. (2016). 

  8. Nanocrystalline cellulose improves the biocompatibility and reduces the wear debris of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene via weak binding, Wang SW, Feng Q, Sun JS, Gao F, Fan W, Zhang Z, Li XH, Jiang XY, ACS Nano, 10(1), 298-306. (2016). 

  7. Microfluidic synthesis of rigid nanovesicles for hydrophilic reagents delivery, Zhang L, Feng Q, Wang JL, Sun JS, Shi XH, Jiang XY. Angew Chem Int Ed, 54(13), 3952-3956. (2015). 

  6. Tunable rigidity of (polymeric core)-(lipid shell) nanoparticles for regulated cellular uptake, Sun JS, Zhang L, Wang JD, Feng Q, Liu DB, Yin QF, Xu DY, Wei YJ, Ding BQ, Shi XH, Jiang XY, Adv Mater, 27(8), 1402-1407. (2015). 

  5. Point-of-care biochemical assays using gold nanoparticle-implemented microfluidics, Sun J, Xianyu YL, Jiang XY, Chem Soc Rev, 43(17), 6239-6253. (2014). 

  4. Tuning the composition of AuPt bimetallic nanoparticles for antibacterial application, Zhao Y, Ye C, Liu W, Chen R, Jiang XY, Angew Chem Int Ed, 53(31), 8127-8131. (2014). 

  3. Identification of bacteria in water by a fluorescent array, Chen WW, Li QZ, Zheng WS, Hu F, Zhang GX, Wang Z, Zhang DQ, Jiang XY, Angew Chem Int Ed, 53(50), 13734-13739. (2014). 

  2. Synergy of non-antibiotic drugs and pyrimidinethiol on gold nanoparticles against superbugs, Zhao YY, Chen ZL, Chen YF, Xu J, Li JH, Jiang XY, J Am Chem Soc, 135(35), 12940-12943. (2013). 

    1. Copper-mediated amplification allows readout of immunoassays by the naked eye, Qu WS, Liu YY, Liu DB, Wang Z, Jiang XY, Angew Chem Int Ed, 50(15), 3442-3445. (2011).

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