•B.S., Chemistry, Peking University, 1997
•Sc.D., Chemistry, Peking University, 2002
•Postdoctoral Scholar, Applied Physics, Caltech, 2002-2005
•Postdoctoral Scholar, Bioengineering, Stanford University, 2005-2006
Single cell manipulation and analysis, Label-free optical microscopy, High-throughput sequencing.
The Huang group is working on the interface between physical sciences and life science.
Currently we are working on several projects to improve the fundamental biological studies using high-throughput technologies. A few key technologies, including microfluidics, micro/nano fabrications, robotics, computer-aided instrumentations, integrated photonics, microscopy, and spectroscopy, are highly integrated together in order to increase the efficiency of the research in the field of life sciences. A large-scale integrated microfluidic chip will also benefit medical diagnosis by lowering the sample consumption and shortening the time for analysis.
We are also active in the field of biophotonics, especially label-free microscopy. We are developing coherent Raman scattering microscopy; bring new modality to investigate the biomedial samples. We combine both high-throughput sample handling with advanced imaging together to develop the new methodologies for deep sequencing the small amount biological samples.
Professional Honors and Awards
•National Natural Science Award, 2nd Rank, State Council, China, 2003
•National Excellent Doctoral Thesis Award, Ministry of Education, China, 2004
•Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University, Ministry of Education, China, 2008
•Fok Ying Tong Education Foundation Young Investigator Award, 2010
•Advisory Board: Lab on a Chip (Royal Society of Chemistry)
•Academic Committee, College of Engineering, Peking University
•Academic Committee, Peptide and Small Molecular Drug Key Lab, Capital Medical University, China
Selected Recent Publications