Zeng Chen

Research Assistant Professor
School of Medicine
zengc@sustech.edu.cn

EDUCATION:

2008.09-2013.06: Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Doctor

2004.09-2008.06: Wuhan University, Chemistry, Bachelor

 

WOKRING EXPERIENCE:

2020/08-present:  School of Medicine, Southern University of Science and Technology, Research Assistant Professor

2019/07-2020/07  College of Science, Southern University of Science and Technology, Senior Research Scholar 

2018/08-2019/06   WuXi AppTec, Wuhan,Senior Scientist II

2015/04-2018/05  Columbia University, Postdoctoral Researcher

2014/04-2015/03  University of Colorado-Boulder, Postdoctoral Researcher

2013/07-2014/03  Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Research Associate

                 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Shenzhen Overseas High-Caliber Personnel (Level-C)


Research:

Glycochemistry, Glycopeptide, Glycoprotein, Medicinal Chemistry, Probes Development for Chemical Biology

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PUBLICATIONS:

1.  Fanghao Hu§, Chen Zeng§, Rong Long, Yupeng Miao, Lu Wei, Qizhi Xu, Wei Min*, Super-multiplexed optical imaging and barcoding with engineered polyynes, Nature Methods, 2018, 15, 194. ( § equal contribution)

2. Chen Zeng, Fanghao Hu, Rong Long, Wei Min*, A ratiometric Raman probe for live-cell imaging of hydrogen sulfide in mitochondria by stimulated Raman scattering, Analyst, 2018, 143, 4844.

3.  Xiaoyang Guan§, Patrick K. Chaffey§, Chen Zeng§, Eric R. Greene, Liqun Chen, Matthew R. Drake, Claire Chen, Ari Groobman, Michael G. Resch, Michael E. Himmel, Gregg T. Beckham, Zhongping Tan*, Molecular-scale features that govern the effects of O-glycosylation on a carbohydrate-binding module. Chemical Science, 2015, 6, 7185. ( § equal contribution)

4.  Chen Zeng, Changwu Zheng, Jingyun Zhao, Gang Zhao*, Divergent total syntheses of lycopladine D, fawcettidine, and lycoposerramine Q, Organic Letters, 2013, 15, 5846.

5. Chen Zeng, Jingyun Zhao, Gang Zhao*, Enantioselective divergent total syntheses of fawcettimine-type Lycopodium alkaloids, Tetrahedron, 2015, 71, 64.