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Assoc Prof Dr . Jundong feng | technology | Women Researcher Award

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Profile Summary

Jundong feng, a distinguished academic, holds a doctoral degree in medicine from Chongqing Medical University, commencing a remarkable academic journey. As an associate professor at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, their expertise extends globally, notably contributing to radioactive nuclide disposal research. Pioneering innovative solutions, such as the development of the radiation-resistant strain Y-7, showcases their commitment to impactful biomedical science. Recognized for transformative work in strontium ion removal, publications in esteemed journals and support from prestigious foundations underscore their international acclaim. Driven by a passion for research and development, their groundbreaking contributions shape the future of bioaccumulation studies.

🌐 Professional Profiles

 

πŸŽ“ Academic Journey πŸš€

Embarking on a profound academic expedition, I earned my doctoral degree in medicine from Chongqing Medical University. Presently, I contribute as an associate professor at the esteemed School of Materials Science and Technology, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. My scholarly pursuits expanded during a transformative postdoctoral tenure at the Postdoctoral Workstation of the Eastern Theater Command General Hospital from December 2006 to December 2009.

🌐 International Research Impact 🌍

Focusing on the pressing issue of radioactive nuclide disposal, my research endeavors have left an indelible mark globally. Pioneering principles of biomedical science, our research group achieved a remarkable feat by transforming baker’s yeast into a living radiation-resistant strain (Y-7). This innovative strain not only exhibits outstanding strontium ion removal capability but is also environmentally friendly and non-pathogenic. Through meticulous exploration, we unraveled the intricate pathways involving the Rsn1p protein and L-type calcium ion channels for strontium ion entry into the cells.

πŸ”¬ Innovative Solutions and Recognition πŸ†

Utilizing Y-7 as a carrier, we introduced magnetic yeast adsorbents, revolutionizing the approach to strontium ion removal. The groundbreaking work has been disseminated through multiple publications in top-tier journals in the field, earning recognition and accolades. Notably, the research has received support from prestigious entities like the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Jiangsu Natural Science Foundation.

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ”¬ Contribution to Research & Development 🌱

Diving deeper into the mechanisms of strontium ion bioaccumulation, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology was employed to engineer Saccharomyces cerevisiae Y-7. The successful construction of a RSN1 gene knockout strain (Y-7-rsn1Ξ”) illuminated the pivotal role of RSN1 in regulating strontium ion adsorption. This work represents a pioneering contribution, supported by a robust foundation of collaborative activities and a cumulative impact factor reflecting the last three impactful years.

πŸ“šTop Noted Publication

  1. “Effect of RSN1 gene knockout on the adsorption of strontium ions by irradiated Saccharomyces cerevisiae” (2024) – Published in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.

 

  1. “Removal of Sr(II) in Aqueous Solutions Using Magnetic Crayfish Shell Biochar” (2023) – Published in Separations.

 

  1. “Tribo-induced antibacterial and electrochemical performances of CrMoSiCN/Ag coatings in seawater” (2022) – Published in Surface and Coatings Technology

 

  1. “The Performance of Topic Evolution Based on a Feature Maximization Measurement for the Linguistics Domain” (2022) – Published in Axioms.

 

  1. “Effect of Cs(I) and Cr(III) on the adsorption of strontium ion by living irradiated Saccharomyces cerevisiae” (2022) – Published in the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry.

 

  1. “Ferroptosis, a new form of cell death defined after radiation exposure” (2022) – Published in the International Journal of Radiation Biology.

 

  1. “Effects of neutron irradiation on ophthalmic fundus structure, visual function and the mechanisms underlying these effects in rats” (2021) – Published in Acta Astronautica.

 

  1. “Long-term corrosion resistance and friction-induced antibacterial enhancement of CrMoSiCN coating on Ti6Al4V alloy” (2021) – Published in Corrosion Science.

 

  1. “Ionizing radiation induces ferroptosis in splenic lymphocytes of mice” (2021) – Published in the International Journal of Radiation Research.

 

  1. “Hematopoietic protection and mechanisms of ferrostatin-1 on hematopoietic acute radiation syndrome of mice” (2021) – Published in the International Journal of Radiation Biology.

 

Jundong feng | technology | Women Researcher Award