Dr. Jing-Lin Fu from Rutgers University visited C-UFO
Author : X. P. Wang

On 28th October  2015, Dr. Jing-Lin Fu from Rutgers University-Camden visited the C-UFO and gave a public talk on "Spatially Interactive Biomolecular Networks Organized by DNA Architectures". Prof. Hai-Yu Wang hosted the talk.


    Jinglin Fu graduated with Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Chemistry from Zhejiang University. He received his Ph.D degree in Chemistry (2010) from Arizona State University with the thesis focused on peptides modulating enzyme functions. Then, he did a three-year postdoc with Prof. Hao Yan to use DNA nanostructures to direct the assembly of multi-enzyme systems. Currently, Dr. Fu is an assistant professor in Biochemistry at Rutgers University-Camden. Dr. Fu is also a joint member of Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers. Dr. Fu is interested in the development of bio-inspired macromolecular complex that can function to control chemical catalysis, electron transfer and biomolecular interactions.