Dr Yi-Lun Ying is currently a Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, Nanjing University, and a co-PI of Chemistry and Biomedicine Innovation Center, Nanjing University. She has obtained her B. Sc in Fine Chemistry and Ph. D in Analytical Chemistry from the East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST). After a doctoral exchange studying in the University of Birmingham, Dr Ying carried out her postdoctoral research on nanopore and nanoelectrode at ECUST. Since 2016, she started her independent work to focus on the nanospectroelectrochemistry for revealing the heterogeneous structure-activity relationship of the single molecules at ECUST. She has co-authored over 70 peer-reviewed publications including Nat. Nanotech., Nat. Protoc., Nat. Commun., J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Chem, Chem. Sci.; and 8 patents. The total citations of her publications exceed 1800 with an H index of 24. She has given more than 15 oral presentations including eight invited lectures. Dr Ying has received seven awards and honors, including the L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talents (2016), “Excellent Young Scholars”of National Natural Science Foundation of China (2019), National Ten Thousand Talent Program for Young Top-Notch Talent (2019).
Professor, 2019-present State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, Nanjing Univeristy
Co-PI, 2019-present Chemistry and Biomedicine Innovation Center, Nanjing University
Associate Professor, 2016-2019 School of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) , CHINA
Postdoctoral Fellow, 2014-2016 Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials, ECUST, CHINA
Dynamic Bioanalysis at the Single Molecule Resolution; Electrochemical Big Data Analysis,
Electrical-Optical Confinment; Nanopores
Main recent research grants as coordinator
NSFC “Excellent Young Scholars” (2020-2022)/ General Program (2019-2022)/ Young Scientists Fund (2016-2018)
National Ten Thousand Talent Program for Young Top-Notch Talent (2019-2022)
NSFC-RSC Joint Project (2016-2019)
The National Key Research and Development Program of China (2017-2019)
L'Oreal-China Association for Science and Technology Rising Talents, China (2016)
PUBLIC & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Editor for Results in Chemistry, 2019.12-present
Section Editor for BMC Chemisry, 2019.01-2019.12
Editor Board Member for Scientific Reports, 2018-present
Review Editor for Frontiers in Chemistry, 2018-present
Selected LAST 3 YEAR’S Publications:
(*Corresponding author, >60 journal papers, 7 patents; 5 year H-index: 23; citations:>1800)
1.Ying, Y.-L.*, Li, Y.J., Mei J., Gao, R., Hu, Y.X., Long, Y.-T., Tian, H.(2018). Manipulating and visualizing the dynamic aggregation-induced emission within a confined quartz nanopore. Nature Communications, 9, 3657.
2. Gao, R., Lin, Y., Ying, Y. L.*, Hu, Y.X., Xu, S.W., Ruan, L.Q., Yu, R.J., Li, Y.J., Li, H.W., Cui, L.F., Long, Y.-T.(2019). Wireless nanopore electrodes for analysis of single entities. Nature Protocols, 14(7) , 2015-2035.
3.Ying, Y.-L., Long, Y.-T.* (2019). Nanopore-based single-biomolecule interfaces: from information to knowledge. Journal of the American Chemical Society,141(40), 15720-15729
4.Ying, Y.-L., Hu, Y.X., Gao, R., Yu, R.J., Gu, Z., Lee, L.P., Long, Y.-T.* (2018). Asymmetric nanopore electrode-based amplification for electron transfer imaging in live cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140(16), 5385-5392.
5. Yu, R.J., Ying, Y.-L.*, Gao, R., Long, Y.-T.(2019).Confined nanopipette, sensing: from single molecules, single nanoparticles to single cells. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 58(12), 3706-37158.
6. Gao, R., Ying, Y.-L.*, Li, Y.J., Hu, Y.X., Yu, R.J., Lin, Y., Long, Y.-T.* (2018). A 30 nm nanopore electrode: facile fabrication and direct insights into the intrinsic feature of single nanoparticle collisions. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 57(4), 1011-1015.
7.Ying, Y.-L., Chao, C., Hu, Y.X., Long, Y.-T.*, (2018). A single biomolecule interface for advancing the sensitivity, selectivity, and accuracy of sensors. National Science Review, 5(4), 450-452.
8.Hu, Z.L., Li, M.Y., Liu,S.C., Ying, Y.-L.*, Long, Y.-T.(2019). A lithium-ion-active aerolysin nanopore for effectively trapping long single-stranded dna. Chemical Science, 10(2), 354-358.
9.Ying, Y. L., Ding, Z., Zhan, D., Long, Y. T. (2017). Advanced electroanalytical chemistry at nanoelectrodes. Chemical science, 8(5), 3338-3348.
10.Wei, Z.X., Ying, Y.-L.*, Li, M.Y., Yang, J., Zhou, J.L., Wang, H.F.*, Yan, B.Y., Long, Y.-T.(2019). Learning shapelets for improving the single-molecule nanopore sensing. Analytical Chemistry, 91, 10033-10039.
11. Meng, F.N., Ying, Y.-L.*, Yang, J., Long, Y.-T.*(2019). A wild-type nanopore sensor for protein kinase activity. Analytical Chemistry, 91, 9910-9915.
12. Hu, Z.L., Li, Z.Y., Ying, Y.-L.*, Zhang, J., Cao, C., Long, Y.-T. and Tian, H. (2018). Real-time and accurate identification of single oligonucleotide photoisomers via an aerolysin nanopore. Analytical Chemistry, 90(7), 4268-4272.
13. Hu, Y.X., Ying, Y.-L.*, Gao, R., Yu, R.J., Long, Y.-T.*(2018). Characterization of the dynamic growth of the nanobubble within the confined glass nanopore. Analytical Chemistry, 90, 12352-12355.
14. Wang, Y.Q., Li, M.Y., Qiu, H., Cao, C., Wang, M.B., Wu,X.Y., Huang, J., Ying, Y.-L.*, Long, Y.-T.*(2018). Identification of essential sensitive regions of the aerolysin nanopore for single oligonucleotide analysis. Analytical Chemistry, 90, 7790-7794.
15. Gao, R., Ying, Y. L.*, Hu, Y. X., Li, Y. J., Long, Y. T.*(2017). Wireless bipolar nanopore electrode for single small molecule detection. Analytical Chemistry, 89(14), 7382-7387.
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