Full time faculty

Adjunct professor

Chair professor



Jianbin Wang, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Young 1000-Talent Plan


2004-2008          B.S.     Chemistry, Peking University

2008-2014          Ph.D.   Bioengineering, Stanford University

2014-2015          Postdoctoral Scholar, Bioengineering, Stanford University

2015-2015          Scientist, Agenovir Corporation

2015-present      Assistant Professor, School of Life Sciences, Tsinghua University


Research Area:

Our research focuses on the development of novel genomic technologies and their applications on problems regarding human genetics and reproduction. It is our desire to understand the principles behind genetic inheritance, and to translate the knowledge into clinical applications. We are also interested in applying our technologies to other fields such as immunology, developmental biology and cancer biology.


Selected Publications:

1.        Jianbin Wang and Stephen R Quake. RNA-guided endonuclease provides a therapeutic strategy to cure latent herpesviridae infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111, 13157–13162 (2014).

2.        Charles F A de Bourcy#, Iwijn De Vlaminck#, Jad N Kanbar#, Jianbin Wang, Charles Gawad, and Stephen R Quake. A Quantitative Comparison of Single-Cell Whole Genome Amplification Methods. PLoS ONE 9, e105585 (2014).

3.        Jianbin Wang#, H Christina Fan#, Barry Behr, and Stephen R Quake. Genome-wide single-cell analysis of recombination activity and de novo mutation rates in human sperm. Cell 150, 402–412 (2012).

4.        H Christina Fan#, Wei Gu#, Jianbin Wang, Yair J Blumenfeld, Yasser Y El-Sayed, and Stephen R Quake. Non-invasive prenatal measurement of the fetal genome. Nature 487, 320–324 (2012).

5.        H Christina Fan, Jianbin Wang, Anastasia Potanina, and Stephen R Quake. Whole-genome molecular haplotyping of single cells. Nat. Biotechnol. 29, 51–57 (2011).

6.        Jianbin Wang#, Ying Zhou#, Haiwei Qiu, Huang Huang, Changhong Sun, Jianzhong Xi, and Yanyi Huang. A chip-to-chip nanoliter microfluidic dispenser. Lab Chip 9, 1831–1835 (2009).

7.        Stephanie T Schmidt, Stephanie M Zimmerman, Jianbin Wang, Stuart K Kim and Stephen R Quake*. Quantitative Analysis of Synthetic Cell Lineage Tracing Using Nuclease Barcoding. ACS Synthetic Biology 6, 936-942 (2017).



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