Associate Prof. Qionglin Liang

Dr. Liang was born in 1977. He got his Sc.B and Ph.D at Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University successively in 2000 and 2005 respectively, then served as assistant professor here in 2005 and became associate professor in 2010. His research interests focused on microfluidics, chromatography/mass spectrometry and their application in biological or biomedical analysis, funding by several national major programs (MOST, 973, NSFC, MOE). He has published over 70 peer-reviewed papers with over 1000 citations in the Web of Science, co-authored five academic monographs, and filed 8 invention patents. He honored once of the National Scientific and Technological Advance Prize and several other academic awards. He is now the executive member and academic secretary of committee of Chinese Biopharmaceutical Technology Association (CBTA), and member of committee of Biochip, China Medicinal Biotech Association, as well as among the editorial board of the Pharmacopoeia of P.R.China (English Edition). 

Recent Publications


1. Guoan Luo, Yiming Wang, Qionglin Liang, Qingfei Liu. 《Systems Biology for Traditional Chinese Medicine》, WileyNJ USA, 2012

2. Liang QL, Liang XP, Wang YM, Luo GA. Effective components screening and anti-myocardial infarction mechanism study of the Chinese medicine NSLF6 based on "system to system" mode. Journal of Translational Medicine 2012, 10(26): 1-101.

3. Liang XP, Chen X, Liang QL*, Wang YM, Luo GA*. Metabonomic study of Chinese medicine Shuanglong Formula as an effective treatment for myocardial infarction in rats. Journal of Proteome Research, 2011, 10, 790–799

4. Ai XN, Liang QL*, Luo M, Zhang K, Pan JM*, Luo GA*. Controlling gas/liquid exchange using microfluidics for real-time monitoring of flagellar length in living Chlamydomonas at the single-cell leve. Lab on a Chip, 2012, 12: 4516-4522.

5. Zhang K, Liang QL*, Ai XN, Hu P, Wang YM, Luo GA*. Comprehensive two-dimensional manipulations of picoliter microfluidic droplets sampled from nanoliter samples. Analytical Chemistry 2011, 83(20): 8029-8034.