Ph.D., Nanjing University, 1997-2000
Postdoctorate, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Israel, 2000–2004
Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Associate Professor, California Santa Barbara, 2004 – 2011
Associate Professor , Florida International University, 2011-now
The main representative articles have been published on Science, J. Am. Chem. Soc, Angew. Chem. and so on as the first author.
This report is about biosensors, biomaterials and their applications in solving a broad range of problems in vitro and in vivo. Introduce new biomaterials into new nanomaterial-based platforms to design ultra-sensitive sensors for specific in vitro or in vivo sensing in complex sample at the point-of-care. Such innovation will pave the way to bring highly sensitive sensors with great specificity into portable micro/nano-sized paper-based devices, which will impact the most pressing problems associated with analytical life sciences, including clinical diagnosis, drug abuse test, food safety and environmental pollution monitoring.