Hongyi Xu

 Hongyi Xu
Hongyi Xu
Stockholm University

Presentations at Research & Innovation 2021

Tue23  Feb02:15pm(20 mins)
3D Electron Diffraction Methods for Crystal Structure Determination - from Materials to Proteins

Session: Innovations in structural biology and biophysics
Room: Conference Room 1
Tue23  Feb03:35pm(20 mins)
Joint Q&A Session

Session: Innovations in structural biology and biophysics
Room: Conference Room 1

Profile of Hongyi Xu

After completing a BE degree at the University of Queensland, Hongyi went on to pursue a PhD degree in materials engineering, specialized in electron microscopy and semiconductor nano-materials. The Australian Government sponsored his PhD study through the Australian Postgraduate Award program. He obtained his PhD degree at UQ in Dec 2013, and received the Dean’s accommodation for academic excellence as well as the best thesis of the year award from the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering. In Feb. 2014, Hongyi started his postdoc fellowship (Wenner-Gren Foundation postdoc award) in Prof. Xiaodong Zou’s group at Stockholm University. In 2015, he initiated the development of MicroED (3D electron diffraction technique for studying biomolecules) at Zou’s group. Hongyi became a principle investigator in 2018 to further develop and apply electron crystallography methods for studying structures of biomolecules. Recently, Hongyi and colleagues solved the first new protein structure using MicroED. He is now working as a researcher (with 3 external research grants) at Stockholm University.


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