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Department of Biomedical Engineering
Xingyu Jiang is a professor at Southern University of Science and Technology (2018-present), the College of Materials Science and Opto-Electronic Technology/ Sino-Danish College, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS), National Center for NanoScience and Technology of China (NCNST), which is an affiliate of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) (2005-2018). Born (1977) and raised in Chengdu, China, Xingyu obtained his Bachelor of Science at the University of Chicago (1999), followed by an AM (2001) and a PhD (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 UCAS/NCNST in 2005 where he has remained since. He is a “Hundred Talents Plan” Professor, and was a National Distinguished Young Scholar Awardee by the National Science Foundation of China. He is the president of board of directors of the Chinese American Society of Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology (CASNN).
2004-2005 PostDoc. Harvard University
1999-2004 Ph.D. Harvard University
(Doctoral study with Prof. George Whitesides)
1997-1999 B.S. The University of Chicago
(Undergraduate thesis with Prof. Mrksich)
2018-now Department Head, Chair Professor Department of Biomedical Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology
2005-2018 Professor, advisor for Ph.D National Center for NanoSci&Technology
2009-now Deputy director of the Lab for Nanosafety and Nanoeffects, the National Center for NanoSci&Technology
analytical chemistry, microfluidics, biomedical engineering, and nano/bio medicine
1.Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Advanced Healthcare Materials, since 2018
2.Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Nanoscale Horizons, since 2018
3.Editorial Board, Life Science Instruments, since 2014
4.Editorial Advisor and Associate Editor, Nanoscale, Royal Society of Chemistry (U.K.), since 2009
5.Member, Editorial Board, Acta Biophysica, since 2008
Honors and Awards
2016 Beijing Science and Technology Award Second Prize
2016 Chu Yuet Wah Prominent Teacher Award
2016 Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
2016 Yong Scientist Award of Chinese Society for Biomaterials
2015 Huang Jiasi Biomedical Engineering Award of China Biomedical Engineering Institute
2015 Distinguished Young Chemist Award 2015 in Analytical Chemistry of Federation of Asian Chemical Societies
2015 Chinese Young Analytical Chemist Award
2015 Government Special Allowance Award
2014 Youth Science and Technology Innovation Leader, Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology
2014 Term-end Assessment “Excellence” for The China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists
2013 Chinese Central Government “The Outstanding Youth of Ten Thousand Talents Plan”
2012 Term-end Assessment “Excellence” for the CAS “Hundred Talents Plan”
2012 Scopus Young Researcher Gold Award
2011 CAIA Science and Technology Award
2011 Chinese Chemical Society Prize for Young Chemist
2010 The National Science Foundation of China “Distinguished Young Scholars” Award
2008 CAS “Hundred Talents Plan”
2008Chinese Chemical Society—John Wiley&Sons Inc. Prize for Young Chemist
2008 Chinese Chemical Society 26th Award for Young Scientist
2007 Human Frontier Science Program Award for Young Scientist
Xingyu’s research has led to several key inventions and the spin-off of the following companies:
1. Beijing Nano-Ace specializes in the development of microfluidics-based in vitro diagnostics of inflammatory biomarkers and automimmune biomarkers based on a multiplexed microfluidic chip coupled with a point-of-care mobile instrument. Several instruments and diagnostic chips developed in the company are approved by the Chinese Food and Drug Administration.
2. Chongqing LongYi develops products for the rapid diagnostics for assessing drug-resistance of bacteria, as well as novel anti-bacterial materials. Several of their products are being evaluated by the Chinese Food and Drug Administration.
10. Skiving stacked sheets of paper into test paper for rapid and multiplexed assay, Yang MZ, Zhang W, Yang JC, Hu BF, Cao FJ, Zheng WS, Chen YP, Jiang XY, Science Advances, 3, eaao4862. (2017).
9. Gold nanoclusters-assisted delivery of NGF siRNA for effective treatment of pancreatic cancer, Lei YF, Tang LX, Xie YZY, Xianyu YL, Zhang LM, Wang P, Hamada Y, Jiang K, Zheng WF, Jiang XY, Nat Commun, 8, 15130. (2017).
8. 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).
7. 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).
6. Point-of-care biochemical assays using gold nanoparticle-implemented microfluidics, Sun JS, Xianyu YL, Jiang XY, Chem Soc Rev, 43(17), 6239-6253. (2014).
5. Nanomaterials for ultrasensitive protein detection, Zhang Y, Guo YM, Xianyu YL, Chen WW, Zhao YY, Jiang XY, Adv Mater, 25(28), 3802-3819. (2013).
4. 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).
3. Visual detection of copper(II) by azide- and alkyne-functionalized gold nanoparticles using click chemistry, Zhou Y, Wang SX, Zhang K, Jiang XY, Angew Chem Int Ed, 47(39), 7454-7456. (2008).
2. Electrospun nanofibrous membranes: a novel solid substrate for microfluidic immunoassays for HIV, Yang DY, Niu X, Liu YY, Wang Y, Gu X, Song LS, Zhao R, Ma LY, Shao YM, Jiang XY, Adv Mater, 20(24), 4770-4775. (2008).
1. A method for patterning multiple types of cells by using electrochemical desorption of self-assembled monolayers within microfluidic channels, Li Y, Yuan B, Ji H, Han D, Chen SQ, Tian F, Jiang XY, Angew Chem Int Ed, 46(7), 1094-1096. (2007).
7. Microfluidic Devices for Viral Detection. Jiang X., Zheng W., in Microfluidic Devices for Biomedical Applications, (Woodhead Publishing Ltd, 2013)
6. Microfluidic Tools for DNA Analysis. Zhang Y., Jiang X., in DNA Nanotechnology, (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013)
5. Micro-scale Pattering of Cells and Their Environment. Sun J., Jiang X., in Principle of Tissue Engineering, (Academic Press, 2013)
4. Surface Patterning for Controlling Cell-substrate Interactions. Jiang X., in Micro- and Nanoengineering of the Cell Microenvironment: Technologies and Applications, (Artech House, 2008).
3. Micro-scale Patterning of Cells and Their Environment. Jiang, X., Takayama, S., Chapman, R. G., Kane, R. S., Whitesides, G. M., in Principles of Tissue Engineering, (Academic Press, 2007).
2. Self-assembled Monolayers in Mammalian Cell Cultures. Jiang, X., Lee, J. N., Whitesides, G. M. in Tissue scaffolding, (Marcel Dekker, 2005).
1. Microcontact Printing, Xie Y., Jiang X., in Biological Microarrays: Methods and Protocols: Methods in Molecular Biology, (Humana Press Inc, USA)
25. The Major Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Construction of Blood Vessel-Nerve Networks by Microfluidic and Nanotechnologies for Regeneration Medicine, 2018-2022.
24. Projects of International Cooperation and Exchanges of The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Synthesis, Characterization, and Property Analysis of Novel Nanoparticles for Combating Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria, 2017-2020.
23. International Partner Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Development of Novel Antibacterial Nanomedicines, 2017-2019.
22. The Major Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), Research on the new method of non-marker sorting and gene detection of circulating tumor cells based on microfluidic chip, 2016-2020.
21. The “Strategic Priority Research Program” of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Construction of Microfluidics and Nanotechnology Diagnostic System In Vitro, 2013-2018.
20. Projects of International Cooperation and Exchanges of The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), Nanoscale Imaging and Tracing of Key Molecular Events in Cancer Biology Using Nanobiomaterials, 2013-2018.
19. National Major Scientific Instruments and Equipments Development Project, (Sub project leader: Xingyu Jiang), Research and Development on detection device for body fluid protein,2013-2018.
18. Chinese Central Government “Ten Thousand Talents Plan” (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Outstanding Youth plan, 2013-2016.
17. Major Projects of Nationgal Science and Technology (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Prevention and Treatment of Major Communicable Diseases(HIV and Hepatitis), 2012-2015.
16. Projects of Beijing Natural Science Foundation (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Analysis of Heavy Metal Ions based on Fluorescent Au-NPs and Microfluidics, 2012-2014.
15. Major Projects of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), New Research Methods for Nanotechnology Integration and Major Diseases Detection, 2012-2016.
14. The Equipment Developmen Projects of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Immune Detection Equipment based on Microfluidics, 2012-2013.
13. Project of Distinguished Young Scholars of The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), “Analytical Chemistry”, 2010-2013.
12. The Chinese Academy of Sciences-Novo Nordisk Joint Proposal (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), Comprehensive Biomarker Analysis in Arthritis and Build-up of Bio-repository, 2011-2014.
11. General Projects of The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Regulation of Cell Behavior and Cell Interactionson 3D Structure Surface, 2011-2013.
10. The Cooperation Projects between The Chinese Academy of Sciences and Guangdong province (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The High Throughput, Quick, and Portable AIDS Detection System, 2010-2012.
9. Major Projects of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Fundamental Research of Nanotechnology relative to Major Chronic Diseases Detection, 2009-2013.
8. Major State Basic Research Development Program 973 (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Research of Nano-Biomaterials used in Tissue Repair and Implant, 2009-2013.
7. The Major Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang),, “Micro/nano-channels for integrated assays in biomedical sciences”, 2009-2012.
6. The Major Research Plan of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Participant: Xingyu Jiang),, “Small molecule-based approaches for biomedical problems”, 2008-2011.
5. “Hundred Talents Program” of The Chinese Academy of Sciences (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), 2008-2011.
4. China Ministry of Health Major Program, “Prevention of AIDS by novel strategies for non-replicating vaccines”, 2008-2010.
3. Human Frontier Science Program Organization (Project’s t Leader: Xingyu Jiang), The Research in Morphological Change and Evolution of Cells by Using Nanodevices, 2007-2011.
2. General Projects of The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project’s Leader: Xingyu Jiang), Controlling Cells Adhere and Biochemical Analysis by Surface Chemistr, 2007-2009.
1. Major State Basic Research Development Program 973 (Project’s Participant: Xingyu Jiang), “The Research of Nano-materials Biological Safety and the Solution, 2006-2010.