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Juying Lei

leijuying@gmail.com

Visiting Researcher

Hometown: Hunan,China

Joined group: 2010

Left group: 2012


Education:

Southeast University, China, September 2003 – July 2007, B.S., Chemistry

East China University of Science and Technology, China, September 2007 - 2012, M.S. and Ph.D, Chemistry

Publications:


[11]Hao Li, Zhixue Zhu, Albert C Fahrenbach, Brett M Savoie, Chenfeng Ke, Jonathan C. Barnes, Juying Lei, Yanli Zhao, Laura Lilley, Tobin J. Marks, Mark A. Ratner, and J. Fraser Stoddart*. Mechanical Bond-Induced Radical Stabilization. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, DOI: 10.1021/ja310060n

[10]Zhixue Zhu, Albert C. Fahrenbach, Hao Li, Jonathan C. Barnes, Zhichang Liu, Scott M. Dyar, Huacheng Zhang, Juying Lei, Raanan Carmieli, Amy A. Sarjeant, Charlotte L. Stern, Michael R. Wasielewski, and J. Fraser Stoddart*. Controlling Switching in Bistable [2]Catenanes by Combining Donor–Acceptor and Radical–Radical Interactions. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134 (28), 11709–11720

[9]Zhixue Zhu, Hao Li, Zhichang Liu, Juying Lei, Huacheng Zhang, Youssry Y. Botros,Charlotte L. Stern, Amy A. Sarjeant,* J. Fraser Stoddart,* and Howard M. Colquhoun*. Oligomeric Pseudorotaxanes Adopting Infinite-Chain Lattice Superstructures. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2012, 51, 7231 –7235

[8]Deli Lu, Juying Lei , Lingzhi Wang* and Jinlong Zhang*. Multifluorescently Traceable Nanoparticle by a Single-Wavelength Excitation with Color-Related Drug Release Performance. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012,134, 8746–8749

[7]Deli Lu, Juying Lei , Zhidan Tian, Lingzhi Wang* and Jinlong Zhang*. Cu2+ fluorescent sensor based on mesoporous silica nanosphere. Dyes and Pigments, 2012, 94, 239–246.

[6]Nathan L. Strutt, Huacheng Zhang, Marc A. Giesener, Juying Lei and J. Fraser Stoddart*. A self-complexing and self-assembling pillar[5]arene. Chemical Communications, 2011, 48, 1647-1649

[5]Juying Lei, Lingzhi Wangi*, Jinglong Zhang*.Superbright Multifluorescent Core−Shell Mesoporous Nanospheres as Trackable Transport Carrier for Drug. ACS Nano, 2011, 5 (5), 3447–3455

[4]Juying Lei, Lingzhi Wang*, Jinglong Zhang*.Ratiometric pH sensor based on mesoporous silica nanoparticles and Förster resonance energy transfer.Chemical Communications, 2010, 44, 8445-8447

[3]Lingzhi Wang, Juying Lei, Jinlong Zhang*.Building of multifluorescent mesoporous silica nanoparticles,Chemical Communications, 2009,16:2195-2197

[2]Guodong Chen, Lingzhi Wang, Juying Lei, Jinlong Zhang*.F- assistant synthesis of ultra-hydrothermally stable mesoporous silica by using nonionic organosilicon surfactant as templates, Microporous and Mesoporous Materals, 2009, 1-3, 204-209

[1]G.D.Fu*, J.Y.Lei, C.Yao, X.S.Li, and F. Yao, S. Z. Nie, E. T. Kang and K. G. Neoh. Core-Sheath Nanofibers from Combined Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization and Electrospinning. Macromolecules, 2008, 41, 6854-6858

Message:

I am from the Hunan province of China. For my undergraduate studies, I spent 4 years at Southeast University, where my first supervisor Professor Guodong Fu aroused my interest in chemical research. I began my research with the preparation of nanofibers, combining electrospinning with novel polymerization methods. In the fall of 2007, I moved to East China University of Science and Technology to start my graduate career – majoring in Applied Chemistry – and my research focused on the synthesis of functional silica nanomaterials and their application to biological systems. I was fortunate enough to be supervised simultaneously by Professor Jinlong Zhang and Associate Professor Lingzhi Wang, and they helped to spark my interest in the fantastic world of nanotechnology. I enjoyed the time I spent working in the lab and I have learned basic knowledge of nanomaterials, especially mesoporous silica, and gained many experimental skills and experience. I recently joined Professor Stoddart's Mechanostereochemistry Group as a visiting pre-doctoral scholar, since I am interested in molecular machines and I would like to combine them with my mesoporous silica and other materials to yield new systems on the nanoscale level. I believe I will learn much from this great group and enjoy a good time at Northwestern University.

 

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