Dr Jieying Liang
Research Associate

Dr Jieying Liang

Engineering
School of Chemical Engineering

Dr Jieying Liang is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney). Dr Liang received her bachelor and PhD degree from Guangdong University of Technology (Guangdong, China) in 2014 and 2019, respectively. Dr Liang’s research interest encompasses metal-organic framework, enzyme immobilization, biocatalysis, nanobionics, biotechnology and environmental technology.

 

Publications:

[1] J. Liang, B. Johannessen, Z. Wu, R. F. Webster, J. Yong, M. Y. B. Zulkifli, J. S. Harbort, Y. R. Cheok, H. Wen, Z. Ao, B. Kong, S. L.Y. Chang, J. Scott, K. Liang*. Regulating the Coordination Environment of Mesopore-confined Single Atoms from Metalloprotein-MOFs for Highly Efficient Biocatalysis" Advance Materials. 2022, 202205674 (Front inside cover).

[2] J. Liang, M. Y. B. Zulkifli, J. Yong, Z. Du, Z. Ao, A. Rawal, J. Scott, J. Harmer, J. Wang, K. Liang* Locking the Ultrasound-induced Active Conformation of Metalloenzymes in Metal-organic Frameworks. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2022, 144, 39, 17865–17875 (Front Cover).

[3] J. Liang, Q. Chen, J. Xue, K. Liang. Reticular chemistry for improving the activity of biocatalysts: Synthesis strategies and advanced characterization techniques. Chem Catalysis, 2022, 2 (10), 2515-2551.

[4] J. Liang, M. Yu, J. Liu, Z. Yu, K. Liang, D.W. Wang. Energy Storing Plant Stem with Cytocompatibility for Supercapacitor Electrode. Advanced Functional Materials. 2021. 2106787.

[5] J. Liang, J. Liu, M.S. Lord, Y. Wang, K. Liang. De Novo Engineering of Metal-Organic Framework-Printed In Vitro Diagnostic Devices for Specific Capture and Release of Tumor Cells. Small. 2021. e2103590.

[6] J. Liang, K. Liang. Nano-bio-interface Engineering of Metal-Organic Frameworks. Nano Today. 2021, 40, 101256.

[7] J. Liang, S. Gao, J. Liu, M. Y.B. Zulkifli, J. Xu, J. Scott, V. Chen, J. Shi, A. Rawal, K. Liang. Hierarchically Porous Biocatalytic MOF Microreactor as a Versatile Platform towards Enhanced Multienzyme and Cofactor‐Dependent Biocatalysis. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2021 133 (10), 5481-5488.

[8] J. Liang, M.Y.B. Zulkifli, S. Choy, Y. Li, M. Gao, B. Kong, J. Yun, K. Liang. Metal-Organic Framework-Plant Nanobiohybrids as Living Sensors for On-Site Environmental Pollutants Detection. Environmental Science &Technology, 2020, 54(18), 11356-11364 (Front cover).

[9] J. Liang, K. Liang. Biocatalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks: Prospects Beyond Bioprotective Porous Matrices. Advance Functional Materials, 2020, 30, 2001648 (with cover).

[10] J. Liang, K Liang. Multi-enzyme Cascade Reactions in Metal-Organic Frameworks. The Chemical Record, 2020, 20 (10), 1100-1116.

[11] J. Liang, F, Mazur, C. Tang, X. Ning, R. Chandrawati, K. Liang. Peptide-Induced Super-Assembly of Biocatalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks for Programmed Enzyme Cascade. Chemical Science, 2019, 10, 7852-7858 (with cover).

Location
Science and Engineering Building (E8), UNSW Sydney, Kensington
  • Journal articles | 2020
    Liang J; Liang K, 2020, 'Multi-enzyme Cascade Reactions in Metal-organic Frameworks', Chemical Record, vol. 20, pp. 1100 - 1116, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/tcr.202000067
    Journal articles | 2020
    Zhang Q; Liang J; Yun SLJ; Liang K; Yang D; Gu Z, 2020, 'Recent advances in improving tumor-targeted delivery of imaging nanoprobes', Biomaterials Science, vol. 8, pp. 4108 - 4125, http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/d0bm00761g