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Yong Liu School of Ophthalmology & Optometry, School of Biomedical Engineering Wenzhou Medical University Wenzhou City (China) Biography
Biography of Yong Liu
Prof Yong Liu is a Principal Investigator of the Chinese State Key Laboratory of
Ophthalmology, Optometry and Visual Science, Wenzhou Medical University, with
an appointment of Director for Laboratory of Nanoscale Biosensing and Bioimaging
(NBAB). His expertise lies across several fields, including the synthesis and
functionalization of conductive and fluorescent nanomaterials for multifunctional
applications such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, biosensors, bioimaging, and
energy conversion. He has published 58 peer-reviewed papers with total citations
over 6100 times (Web of Science). One paper has been included as the “Top 10
Most Cited Paper in China during 2007-2016 (Citations>2900)”. His h index is 27. He
is the Executive Council Member of National Materials New Technology
Development Research Institute and the Council Member of Zhejiang Provincial
Biomedical Engineering Society. He has received several awards including Scopus
Young Researcher Award in China, Qianjiang Distinguished Scholar Award, Chinese
Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad, and the 1st
Class Award of the Medical Health Science and Technology Prize from Zhejiang