1. Wellcome Heather, the undergraduate student working with Jia.
2. Jia gave a talk at the Agilent/Stanford Research Workshop.
3. Stanford reports our invention.
4. Jia gave a poster presentation at the Environmental Mutagen Society meeting.
5. Jia was awarded the Best Poster Presentation by Environmental Mutagen Society.
1. Congratulations to Prof. Turro, who won Arthur C. Cope Award from ACS.
2. Our paper “Multispectral labeling of antibodies with polyfluorophores on a DNA backbone and application in cellular imaging” was highlighted by Nature Methods, Genome Web and ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies.
3. Congratulations to Prof. Hanawalt, who won Princess Takamatsu award.
4. Jia gave a poster presentation at the the 5th International Meeting on Synthetic Biology.
5. Our paper “Protease Probes Built from DNA: Multispectral Fluorescent DNA–peptide Conjugates as Caspase Sensors” was highlighted as hot paper by Angewandte Chemie.
6. Wellcome Gisela, the visiting scholar working with Jia.
1. Jia was awarded Young Investigator Scholarship from Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation.
1. Jia was awarded Pegram Award from Columbia University for his outstanding graduate work.
2. Jia won Dissertation with Distinction from Columbia University (awarded to less than 10% of Columbia Ph.D. students).
3. Jia gave a poster presentation at the ACS National Meeting.
4. Jia gave a talk at the Columbia Chemistry/Biology Interface Workshop.
1. Our paper “Four-color DNA sequencing with 3’-O-modified nucleotide reversible terminators and chemically cleavable fluorescent dideoxynucleotides” was ranked 50 most read papers in PNAS.
2. Our paper “Four-color DNA sequencing with 3’-O-modified nucleotide reversible terminators and chemically cleavable fluorescent dideoxynucleotides” was highlighted by PNAS, Glen Research, and Genome Web.
3. Jia gave a poster presentation at the Symposium on Newer Trends in Photochemistry.
4. Jia gave a talk at the the Wyeth/Columbia Research Workshop.
5. Jia gave a poster presentation at the NHGRI Sequencing Technology Conference.
6. The next-generation DNA sequencing technology was selected as the Method of the Year by Nature Methods.
Last Updated: September, 2012