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Dr. Jia Li

PostDoc, Lab-on-a-chip

VitaDr. Jia Li

Jia Li did her undergraduate degree in the University of Sydney (Australia), working on the structure and activity relationship of carborane phosphonium salts for the Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT). She then went to England for a research project  about onco-protein-protein interactions at the University of Leeds. She did her PHD at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia) working on developing rapid and novel virus detection biosensors towards point-of-care. She has been working as a post-doc in the University of Freiburg since 2016, researching in assay development for full-automatic lab-on-chip diagnostic systems.





Li, J. and Macdonald, J. (2014). Advances in isothermal amplification: novel strategies inspired by biological processes. Biosens. Bioelectron. 64C, 196-211.

Li, J., Rossignol, F. and Macdonald, J. (2015). Inkjet printing for biosensor fabrication: combining chemistry and technology for advanced manufacturing. Lab Chip. 15(12), 2538-2558.

Li, J., McMillan, D. and Macdonald, J. (2015). Enhancing the signal of lateral flow immunoassays by using different developing methods. Sensor. Mater. 27(7), 549-61.

Li, J. and Macdonald, J. (2016). Multiplex lateral flow detection and binary encoding enables a molecular colourimetric 7-segment display. Lab Chip. 16(2), 242-245.

Li, J. and Macdonald, J. (2016). Lateral flow immunoassays – how fundamental breakthroughs from the 1950s led to the inception of this simple yet powerful tool. ASBMB. 47(1), 28-33.

Li, J. and Macdonald, J. (2016). Multiplexed lateral flow biosensors: technological advances for radically improving point-of-care diagnoses. Biosens. Bioelectron. 83, 177-192. 

Invited Book Chapter

Li, J. and Macdonald, J. (2016) Lateral flow biosensors. Pranjal Chandra (ed.) Nanobiosensors for Personalised and Onsite Biomedical Diagnosis. Michael Faraday House, Hertfordshire, SG1 2AY, United Kingdom, pp 253-275.





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