Name: Chen Wei

Professor in School of Life Science and Technology

Phone: 86-27-87793863


Academic Areas: Biomedical Engineering

Research Interest

1. Nanopore based biomolecule determination 2. Biotemplate based micro/nanomaterials 3. Bioinspired micro/nanomotor


Doctor--Biomedical Engineering--Nanyang Technological University--2008

Bachelor--Biological Sciences--Wuhan University--2002

Oversea Study and Visit

Post Doctoral,University of Connecticut,USA,2009-01-01-2010-03-01

Academic Memberships

Honours and Awards

Honours and Awards

[1] (1) Graphene nanopores toward DNA sequencing: a review of experimental aspects, Science China Chemistry, 60, 721-729, 2017. (2) A field-compatible technique using an electrochemical sensing microbundle for real-time and simultaneous in vivo measurement of hydrogen peroxide, nitric oxide, and pH under drought stress, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 220, 743-748, 2015. (3) Iridium oxide based coaxial pH ultramicroelectrode, Electrochemistry Communications, 40, 35-37, 2014. (4) In vivo monitoring of oxidative burst on aloe under salinity stress using hemoglobin and single-walled carbon nanotubes modified carbon fiber ultramicroelectrode. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 50, 318-324, 2013. (5) Recent advances in electrochemical sensing for hydrogen peroxide: a review. Analyst, 137, 49-58, 2012. (6) Enhanced electrochemical oxygen reduction-based glucose sensing using glucose oxidase onnanodendritic poly[meso-tetrakis(2-thienyl)porphyrinato]cobalt(II)-SWNTs composite electrodes. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 26, 504-510, 2010. (7) Electrocatalytic Four-Electron Reduction of Dioxygen by Electrochemically Deposited Poly{[meso-tetrakis(2-thienyl)porphyrinato]cobalt(II)}. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 8633-8638, 2010. (8) Poly[meso-tetrakis(2-thienyl)porphyrin] for the sensitive electrochemical detection of explosives. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 147, 191-197, 2010.