- AET 1.102B
- Advanced Biophotonics and Nanotechnology Laboratory
Jing Yong Ye, Ph.D.
Interim Department Chair
Department of Biomedical Engineering
The BME department at UTSA has been ranked the 59th place nationwide by US News
- Ph. D., University of Tsukuba, Japan.
- B. S., Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China.
Areas of Teaching Interest:
- Biomedical Imaging
Areas of Research Interest:
Dr. Ye’s research covers a wide range of areas in biomedical optics and nanobiotechnology, with special emphasis on the development of cutting-edge ultrasensitive and ultrafast laser-based detection techniques and methodologies to address critical issues at the frontier of biomedical science and technology. His research activities involve:
- Photoacoustic imaging with a unique optoacoustic sensor
- Label-free bioassays with photonic crystal biosensors
- Optical coherence tomography
- In vivo fiber-optic biosensing and imaging of multifunctional nano-devices for drug delivery
- Ultrafast laser interaction with nanoparticle targeted cancer cells
- Fiber scanning multiphoton microscopy
- In vivo two-photon flow cytometry
- Adaptive optical aberration correction in confocal microscopy, and
- Single-molecule fluorescence imaging and spectroscopy.
Honors & Awards:
- NASA Patent Application Award, 2011
- Outstanding Research Scientist Award, College of Engineering, University of Michigan, 2006-2007
- Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), since 2002
- NEDO Fellow, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization of Japan, 1999
- JRCAT Award for outstanding researchers, 1998
- Finalist for Inoue Prize, 1997
- Japanese Government (Monbusho) Scholarship for Postgraduate Research (1993-1997)
- Excellent Thesis Award in Optical Division of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (1990)
- HUST Award for Outstanding Students (1987)
Olympus Corp., Japan, IMRA America, Inc., Self-Guided Systems, LLC, and OptiScan, KCI Inc.