Xinyuan Chen, PhD
Instructor/Assistant in Biochemistry
My research interest is to develop laser-based vaccine adjuvant and understand the underlying mechanism.
     
 
Tingting Dong, PhD
Research Fellow

     
 
Bo Li, PhD
Research Fellow
My research in Dr. Wu’s lab will focus on functional polymer systems for transdermal vaccine delivery.
     
 
Shengwu Liu, PhD
Research Fellow
Dr. Shengwu Liu received his PhD degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013, and has a specific interest in vaccine research. His research at Wellman will focus on novel teclmologies for needle- and additive-free vaccine delivery and augmentation in newborn animal.
     
 
Ji Wang, PhD
Research Fellow
My research at Wellman will focus on exploring the laser vaccine adjuvant effects on existing vaccines and developing efficient needle-free vaccine delivery systems.
     
 
Gensheng Yang, PhD
Visiting Scientist
My research in Dr. Wu's lab will focus on exploring the flexible nanoparticles for transdermal vaccine delivery.
     
 
Jingke Yang, MD, PhD
Research Fellow

     
 
Qi Zhang, PhD
Research Fellow
Dr. Qi Zhang’s research at Wellman will focus on the role of IEX-1 (Immediate Early responsive gene X-1) in the development of myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) or its progression to acute myeloid leukemia (AML) using IEX-1 knockout mice. She will be also involved in the study of the role for IEX-1 in T cell and macrophage survival and differentiation in a sub set-specific manner.
     
 
Chang Zhou, PhD
Research Fellow
My research here will focus on the development of laser-based novel technologies for vaccine delivery and adjuvantation.