YUE Wanqing

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Associate Research Professor of Analytical Chemistry

School of Science

Email: yuewq@cpu.edu.cn

Research Summary

Dr. YUEs research interest focuses on the development of microfluidic technology and nanotechnology for rapid diagnostics and high-throughput screening. She is an expert in developing methods for micropatterns fabrication and designing microfluidics chips for rapid molecular diagnostics and cell-based analysis. Starting from scientifically interesting problems in pharmaceutical analysis, Dr. YUEs group utilize microfluidics and functional biocompatible materials to develop optimized devices and methods. Potential applications of the work include miniaturized material synthesis, biochemical sensing and diagnostics.  Dr. Yue has been granted by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province and Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong Province. The goal of Dr. YUEs group is to develop innovative technologies for high-throughput drug screening, point-of-care diagnostics and cellular communication research.


2013Ph.D., Biomedical Sciences, City University of Hong Kong

2008  B.S., Chemistry, Wuhan University

Academic Experience

2016-now  Associate Research Professor of Analytical Chemistry, School of Science, China Pharmaceutical University

2015-2016Senior Engineer, Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited

2013-2015Senior Research Associate of Biomedical Sciences, Department of Biomedical Sciences, City University of Hong Kong

Awards and Honors

2017Innovative and entrepreneurial” doctor of Jiangsu

2015       Second Prize, Natural Science Award for outstanding achievements in scientific research in Colleges and Universities, Ministry of Education

2012Research Tuition Scholarship, City University of Hong Kong

2008Outstanding Dissertation Award in Hubei Province



  1. Li, L.; Liu Z.; Zhang, H.; Yue, W.*; Li, C.W.*, Yi, C.* A point-of-need enzyme linked aptamer assay for Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection using a smartphone. Sensors and Actuators B, 2018, 254, 337-346. (IF 5.401)

  2. Yin, Y.; Wu, C.; Wang, J.; Song F.; Yue, W.*; Zhong, W.* A simply triggered peptide-based hydrogel as an injectable nanocarrier of tanshinone IIA and tanshinones, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 529-532. (IF: 6.567)

  3. Wang, J.; Wang R.; Zhang, F.; Yin Y.; Mei L.; Song F.; Tao M.; Yue, W.; Zhong, W.* Overcoming multidrug resistance by a combination of chemotherapy and photothermal therapy mediated by carbon nanohorns, J. Mater. Chem. B, 2016, 4, 6043-6051. (IF: 4.872)

  4. Yue, W.; Huang, X. † († equal contribution); Liu, D.; Yue, J.; Li, J.; Sun, D.; Yang, M.*; Wang, Z.* Monitoring the intracellular calcium response to a dynamic hypertonic environment. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 23591. (IF: 5.578)

  5. Zhang, Y.; Qi, S.; Zhang, Z.; Yue, W.*; Yi, C.* Rapid determination of dopamine in human plasma using a gold-nanoparticle-based dual-mode sensing system. Mater. Sci. Eng. C, 2016, 61, 207-213. (IF: 3.088)

  6. Yue, W. †; Zou, H.† († equal contribution); Yu, W.; Liu, D.; Fong, C.; Zhao, J.; Yang, M.* Microfluidic Platform for Studying Chemotaxis of Adhesive Cells Revealed a Gradient-Dependent Migration and Acceleration of Cancer Stem Cells, Anal Chem,2015, 14, 7098-108. (IF: 5.636)

  7. Jiang, J.; Zhan, J.; Yue, W.; Yang, M.; Yi, C.; Li, C. W.* A Single Low-cost Microfabrication Approach for Polymethylmethacrylate, Polystyrene, Polycarbonate and Polysulfone Based Microdevices, RSC Advances,2015, 5, 36036-36053. (IF: 4.107)

  8. Li, C. W.*; Yu G.; Jiang J.; Lee, M. Y.; Yue, W.; Yang, M. * A microfluidic linear node array for the study of protein-ligand interaction. Lab Chip, 2014, 14, 3993-3999. (IF: 6.115)

  9. Yue, W.; Zou, H.; Jin, Q.; Li, C. W.; Xu, T.; Fu, H.; Tzang, C. H.; Sun, H.; Zhao, J.; Yang, M.* Single layer linear array of microbeads for multiplexed analysis of DNA and proteins. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2014, 54, 297-305. (IF: 6.409)

  10. Xu, T., Yue, W.; Li, C. W.; Yao, X.; Yang, M. * Microfluidics Study of Intracellular Calcium Response to Mechanical Stimulation on Single Suspension Cells. Lab Chip, 2013, 13, 1060-1069 (back cover). (IF: 6.115)

  11. Hu, C.; Yue, W.; Yang,M.* Nanoparticle-based signal generation and amplification in microfluidic devices for bioanalysis. Analyst, 2013, 138, 6709-6720.(IF: 4.107)

  12. Huang, X.; Hui, W.; Hao, C.;Yue, W.; Yang, M.; Cui, Y.; Wang, Z. * On-Site Formation of Emulsions by Controlled Air Plugs. Small, 2013, 10, 758-765 (front cover). (IF: 8.368)

  13. Yue, W.; Li, C. W.; Xu, T.; Yang, M.* Screen printing of solder resist as master substrates for fabrication of multi-level microfluidic channels and flask-shaped microstructures for cell-based applications. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2013, 41, 675-683. (IF: 6.409)

  14. Yue, W.; Li, C. W.; Xu, T.; Yang, M.* Integrated sieving microstructures on microchannels for biological cell trapping and droplet formation. Lab Chip, 2011, 11, 3352-3355. (IF: 6.115)

  15. Xu, T.; Yue, W.; Li, C. W.; Yao, X.; Cai, G.; Yang, M.* Real-time monitoring of suspension cell-cell communication using an integrated microlfuidics. Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 2271-2278. (IF: 6.115)

  16. Yue, W.; Zheng, D.; Hu, C.; Hu, S.* Fabrication and Application of Poly(alizarin red S)-Carbon Nanotubes Composite Film Based Nitrite Sensor. J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2010, 10, 6586-6593. (IF: 1.556)

  17. Zheng, D.; Hu, C.; Peng, Y.; Yue, W.; Hu, S. * Noncovalentlyfunctionlized water-soluble multiwall-nanotubes through azocarmine B and application in nitric oxide sensor, Electrochemistry Communications, 2008, 10, 90-94. (IF: 4.847)


  1. Yue, W.; Yang, M.Microfluidics for DNA and protein analysis with multiplex microbead-based assays, “Microfluidic methods for molecular biology”, Springer, ISBN: 9783319300177, P161-187.