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Ke Xu is an assistant professor of Chemistry and the Chevron Professor of Chemistry at U.C. Berkeley.
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Wan obtained her bachelor and master degrees in physics from Tsinghua University, working on spin-transport theories. She obtained her Ph.D. degree from Cornell University in 2013, where she worked with Prof. Dan Ralph on graphene electrochemistry and spintronics. After a 2-year postdoc in Prof. Jay Groves’ lab at UC-Berkeley, where she integrated graphene with bio-mimicking supported lipid bilayers, she joined Xu lab in 2015. She currently works on high-contrast visualization of graphene on transparent substrates, but also has broad interests in integrating graphene with biological studies.
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Doory received a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Seoul National University in Korea in 2006. She completed her master's degree in 2008 from Seoul National University under the supervision of Prof. Seong Keun Kim, where she investigated electronically excited states of biomolecules and their complexes using resonant two-photonionization, UV-UV hole-burning techniques and theoretical calculation. She earned her PhD at Harvard University in 2015 with Prof. Xiaowei Zhuang, where she developed correlative super-resolution light microscopy and electron microscopy and applied super-resolution microscopy to investigate the distributions and interactions of purinosomes in the cell. She joined the Xu group at Berkeley in 2016.
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Limin graduated from Peking University in 2010 with a Bachelor degree of Science in Chemistry. He obtained his Ph.D in Chemistry in 2016 from Arizona State University where he worked in Prof. Nongjian Tao's group. During his Ph.D study his researches mainly focus on single molecular electronics especially for DNA using STM break junction technique. He joined the Xu Group in 2016 and his current research interests involve combining STORM technique with electric and force measurements, to study the interplay between optical, electric and mechanic properties on the single molecular level.
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Kun obtained his bachelor degree in optoelectronic science from Nankai University in 2013 working on optical clearing and laser-tissue interaction with Prof. Yanmei Liang. He earned his Ph.D at Tsinghua University in 2017 under the supervision of Prof. Yan Li, where he explored femtosecond optical frequency lasers and developed novel ultra-speed and broadband coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy and microscopy for label-free molecular detection. In 2017, he joined the Xu Group at Berkeley and his current researches focus on development of innovative optical and single-molecule spectroscopy.
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Michal graduated from Cornell University in 2013. He started his graduate studies as Prof. Xu's first student during the summer of 2013.
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Sam graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2013. He joined the Xu group in Fall 2013.
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Meg graduated from Brown University in 2013. She joined the Xu group in Fall 2013.
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Seonah graduated from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in 2014.
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Rui graduated from Peking University in 2015. He joined the Xu group in Fall 2015.
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Yennie joined the group in Spring 2015. She is a sophomore and a member of U.C. Berkeley's Class of 2018. Yennie plans to major in Molecular and Cellular Biology and minor in Chemistry.
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Manni joined the group in Summer 2016. She majors in Chemical Biology and is a member of UC Berkeley's Class of 2018.
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Shirley joined the group in Summer 2016. She is a member of the U.C. Berkeley College of Chemistry Class of 2019 and is majoring in Chemical Biology.
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Leiting Pan was a visting scholar in Xu Lab from December 2015 to December 2016. He is an associate professor of Nankai Univerisity, China. His current interests involve investigating ultrastructure of membrane skeleton in blood cells (erythrocytes, neutrophils) using super-resolution microscopy.
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Zhengyang was a postdoc in Xu Lab from 2014 to 2016, where he led the development of spectrally resolved STORM super-resolution microscopy [Link].
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Albert joined the group in Spring 2014. Albert is originally from Macau, China. He is a member of the U.C. Berkeley class of 2017 and plans to major in chemical biology.