- AET 1.362
- Advanced Biophotonics and Nanotechnology Laboratory
Jing Yong Ye, Ph.D.
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.