Post Doctoral researcher
Yao was born in 1994 in China. She received her PhD degree from Zhejiang University, China (under supervision of Dr. Xueqian Kong in Zhejiang University and Professor Jeffrey A. Reimer in University of California, Berkeley) for utilizing solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study the structure, dynamics and arrangement of defects in Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and investigate the interaction between MOFs and drug molecules/ DNA chains.
In October 2020, she moved to CEA Grenoble and joined the group of Dr. Gael de Paepe to work on the state of art dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) NMR. Meanwhile, she is working in SolHyCat team to develop MOFs-derived catalysts for CO2 reduction and hopefully to trap some intermediates during catalytic processes and investigate the intermediate structures by DNP NMR.
1/ Y. Fu†, Z. Kang†*, W. Cao, J. Yin, Y. Tu, J. Li, H. Guan, Y, Wang, Q. Wang*, X. Kong* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2021, 133, 2-11
Defect‐assisted Loading and Docking Conformations of Pharmaceuticals in Metal‐Organic Frameworks”
2/ Y. Fu, H. Guan, J. Yin, X. Kong* Coord. Chem. Rev. 2021, 427, 213563
“Probing Molecular Motions in Metal-organic Frameworks with Solid-state NMR”
3/ Y. Fu, X. Kong*, ACS Cent. Sci. 2020, 6, 1037–1039.
“Magnetic Resonance for Challenging Quadrupolar Halide Spins in Perovskites”
4/ Y. Fu†, Z. Kang†, J. Yin, W. Cao, Y. Tu, Q. Wang*, X. Kong* Nano Lett.2019, 19, 3, 1618-1624
“Duet of Acetate and Water at the Defects of Metal-organic Frameworks”
5/ Z. Wang†, †, Z. Kang†, X. Liu†, N. Chen*, Q. Wang, Y. Tu, L. Wang, S. Song, D. Ling, H. Song, X. Kong*, and C. Fan* 2017, 139 (44), 15784-15791
“Organelle-Specific Triggered Release of Immunostimulatory Oligonucleotides from Intrinsically Coordinated DNA-Metal-Organic Frameworks with Soluble Exoskeleton”