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题目:Progress on Time-resolved Luminescent Probes and Devices

报告人:金大勇教授(澳大利亚悉尼科技大学)

主持人:李向平研究员

时间:2016年1月4日周一下午3:00

地点:曾宪梓科学馆四楼405会议室

 

报告摘要:

Detection, quantification, or localisation of particular cells or molecules – quickly, sensitively and accurately – is fundamental to many areas of modern biomedical research and industry: from understanding sub-cellular processes and biochemical pathways to the early detection of diseases in clinical settings. However, molecules that are altered as a result of a pathological condition are generally present in low abundance, and are difficult to detect. This is particularly true in the early stages of disease development or infection outbreak, posing a “needle-in-a-haystack” problem that demands sensitivity, resolution, and speed.

My talk will showcase our research roadmap from developing bothluminescent materials and photonic sensing techniques to integrated biomedical devices. Our work have paved solid foundations for advanced applications of time-domain biophotonics, thereby solving five key problems, low signal strength, specificity and speed, along with background interference and large-scale multiplexing capacity, that currently prevent rare-event detection, quantification and visualization and are presently limiting the discovery of new biomarkers and development of diagnostic tests.

 

报告人简介:

Professor JIN, Dayong is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow in photonics, nanotechnology & medical biotechnology, the Chief Investigator of ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale Biophotonics. Since 2008, Prof. Jin established the Advanced Cytometry Labs @ Macquarie University, where he developed a new material library of multi-functional Super Dots® for rapid diagnostics, nanoscale molecular imaging and anti-counterfeiting applications. For his pioneering work in tailoring the multidisciplinary approaches to develop the simple method for detecting hidden, diseased cells, his team has been awarded the 2015 Australian Museum UNSW Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research. In December 2015, the Australian Knowledge Society and the Office of the Chief Scientist in conjunction with The Australian newspaper listed Prof. Jin as one of Australia's "Knowledge Nation 100" –onehundred leaders of Australia's knowledge economy, described as "visionaries, intellects, founders and game changers building the industries and institutions that will underwrite the nation’s future prosperity".

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