Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
|PhD||Jackson State University, USA||2015|
|MS||Tsinghua University, China||2010|
|BS||Shandong University, China||2007|
Yunfeng Lin, Ph.D., is currently a Assistant Professor at UNC Charlotte. His Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Jackson State University in 2015. He has published over 10 high repute research articles and served as reviewer for several journals. His research interest includes: 1) qualitatively SERS detect bacteria and cells from environment / clinical sample, and followed with photothermal destruction; 2) study cytotoxicity of coating agents for gold and silver nanoparticle synthesis; 3) functionalization of carbon nanotube; 4) DNA damage response and repair.
- Qualitatively SERS detect bacteria and cells from environment/clinical sample, and followed with photothermal destruction;
- Study cytotoxicity of coating agents for gold and silver nanoparticle synthesis;
- Functionalization of carbon nanotube;
- DNA damage response and repair.
- Yunfeng Lin and Ashton. T. Hamme, Targeted highly sensitive detection/eradication of multi-drug resistant Salmonella DT104 through gold nanoparticle–SWCNT bioconjugated nanohybrids, Analyst, 2014, 139, 3702–3705.
- Yunfeng Lin and Ashton. T. Hamme, Gold nanoparticle labeling based ICP-MS detection/measurement of bacteria, and their quantitative photothermal destruction, J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015, 3, 3573–3582.
- Ashton. T. Hamme, Yunfeng Lin and Thomas Ondera, Food Poisoning: Outbreaks, Bacterial Sources and Adverse Health Effects, 2014, pp. 213–238.
- Xiaojia He, Huey-min Hwang, Winfred G. Aker, Peng Wang, Yunfeng Lin, Xiaolu Jiang, Xiaoyu He, Synergistic combination of marine oligosaccharides and azithromycin against Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Microbiological Research, Volume 169, Issues 9–10, September–October 2014, Pages 759-767.
- Bret D. Wallacea, Zachary Bermanb, Geoffrey A. Muellera , Yunfeng Lin, Timothy Chang, Sara N. Andres, Jessica L. Wojtaszek, Eugene F. DeRose, C. Denise Appel, Robert E. Londona , Shan Yanb,2, and R. Scott Williamsa, APE2 Zf-GRF facilitates 3′-5′ resection of DNA damage following oxidative stress. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017. 114(2): p. 304-309.
- Xiaojia He, Winfred G. Aker, Miguel Pelaez, Yunfeng Lin, Dionysios D. Dionysiou, Huey-min Hwang, Assessment of nitrogen–fluorine-codoped TiO2 under visible light for degradation of BPA: Implication for field remediation, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 314, 1 January 2016, Pages 81-92.