Full time faculty

Adjunct professor

Chair professor

Administration

Guoqiang Chen

George Guo-Qiang CHEN, Ph.D.
Professor
 
Education
1981-1985  BSc, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China
1986-1989  PhD, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
 
Research Experience
1990-1992   Postdoc., University of Nottingham, UK
1992-1994   Postdoc., University of Alberta, Canada
1994-1997   Associate Professor, Tsinghua University
1997-Present  Professor, Tsinghua University
 
Research areas and interests
Synthetic Biology; Microbial Metabolic Engineering; Biological Materials; Industrial Biotechnology
 
Selected publications
1. Zhao Han, Zhang Haoqian M, Li Teng, Lou Chunbo, Ouyang Qi and Chen GQ. Novel T7-Like Expression Systems Used for Halomonas. Metabolic Engineering 39 (2017) 128-140 
2. Elhadi Dina, Lv Li, Jiang Xiaoran, Wu Hong and Chen GQ. CRISPRi Engineering E. coli for Morphology Diversification. Metabolic Engineering 38 (2016) 358-369 
3. Jiang Xiaoran and Chen GQ. Morphology Engineering of Bacteria for Bio-production Biotechnology Advances 34 (2016) 435–440
4. Chen GQ and Hajnal Ivan. The “PHAome”. Trends in Biotechnology 33 (2015) 559-564
5. Jiang Xiaoran, Wang Huan, Shen Rui and Chen GQ.  Engineering the Bacterial Shapes for Enhanced Inclusion Bodies Accumulation. Metabolic Engineering 29 (2015) 227-237 
6. Lv Li, Ren Yilin, Chen Jin Chun, Wu Qiong and Chen GQ. Application of CRISPRi for Prokaryotic Metabolic Engineering Involving Multiple Genes, A Case Study: Controllable P(3HB-co-4HB) Biosynthesis. Metabolic Engineering 29 (2015) 160–168 
7. Yin Jin, Chen Jinchun, Wu Qiong and Chen GQ. Halomonas spp, a Rising Star for Industrial Biotechnology. Biotechnology Advance 33 (2015) 1433-1442 
8. Tan Dan, Wu Qiong, Chen, Jin-Chun and Chen GQ. Engineering Halomonas TD01 for Low Cost Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates. Metabolic Engineering 26 (2014) 34–47
9. Wang Ying, Wu Hong, Jiang Xiaoran and Chen GQ. Engineering Escherichia coli for Enhanced Production of Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-4-hydroxybutyrate) in Larger Cellular Space. Metabolic Engineering 25 (2014) 183-193
10. Wang Y, Yin Jin and Chen GQ. Microbial Polyhydroxyalkanoates, Challenges and Opportunities. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 30 (2014) 59-65  
Contact
Tel£º010£­62783844(office)     010£­62772676(lab)
Email£ºchengq@tsinghua.edu.cn
 


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