报告题目：Folding Mechanism of Rubredoxin Probed by Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy
报 告 人：李宏斌 教授
Hongbin Li, was born in China in 1970. He obtained his bachelor degree in Polymer Engineering from Tianjin University in 1993 and PhD degree in Polymer Chemistry and Physics from Jilin University (with Profs. JIacong Shen, Xi Zhang and Hermann Gaub) in 1998. During his PhD study, he was jointly trained in University of Munich, Germany. After his postdoctoral training in Mayo Medical Center in Rochester, Minnesota, USA (with Prof. Julio Fernandez, 1999-2002), he worked as an Associate Research Scientist in Columbia University, USA. In 2004, he joined the Department of Chemistry in the University of British Columbia, Canada. Currently he is a full Professor in Chemistry. His awards include the Charles McDowell Award for Excellence in Research, Canada Research Chair in Molecular Nanoscience and Protein Engineering, NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement Award, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Career Investigator Award, Peter Wall Institute Early Career Award, JILA Distinguished Visitor Fellow and Changjiang Scholar. His research interests include protein mechanics and engineering at the single molecule level, protein-based biomaterials, as well as protein folding and unfolding dynamics.