陈行 (副研究员)

副研究员 博士生导师 硕士生导师

主要任职:医工百人特聘副研究员,青年拔尖人才计划

性别:男

出生年月:1982-02-09

毕业院校:Chonnam National University

学位:博士学位

所在单位:医工交叉创新研究院

学科:机械工程 电子科学与技术 生物医学工程

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个人简介

陈行,工学博士,副研究员,现任职于北京航空航天大学医工交叉创新研究院。他于2012年博士毕业于全南大学(Chonnam National University)机械系和韩国微纳技术国家实验室,并荣获“国家优秀自费留学生奖学金”和“最佳博士论文奖”。其后他分别在英属哥伦比亚大学(University of British Columbia)和犹他大学(University of Utah)电子计算机系开展MEMS无线传感技术和植入器件封测技术的研究工作。他于2017年入职约翰斯·霍普金斯大学医学院(Johns Hopkins University),从事心血管病相关的生物医学工程科研及教学工作。2019年,他以北航医工百人特聘副研究员引进回国,并入选北航青年拔尖人才计划。他在机械、电子信息和生物医学等学科领域积累了丰富的研究和教学经验。

陈行的研究是以MEMS传感技术和半导体微加工工艺为核心,围绕心脑血管疾病的评估、监测和药物筛选,开发各种智能化精准医疗器械。迄今,他已经发表SCI收录论文近30篇,近三年分别在Science Advances (Science子刊, IF 13.1)Advanced Science (封面文章,IF 15.8)以第一作者发表论文两篇,并在包括IEEE MEMSTransducers等本领域核心国际会议做报告30余次,荣获IEEE Student Best Paper Award等学术奖项,已经获得美国授权专利一项。陈行的研究成果获得了一定的国际认可。美国Mayo Clinic神经外科主任在业内顶刊Neurosurgery著专文述评报道了他的成果 (Neurosurg. 2019; 84: E132-133);泌尿学综述文章 (Urol. Clin. N. Am. 2019; 46: 245–255) 称他的研究成果代表了支架的未来方向“this likely represents the next frontier in stent innovation”;格拉斯哥心血管医学科学中心将其作为“The Future of Cardiovascular Stents” 报道 (Adv. Sci. 2019; 6: 1900856)。全球五十多家新闻媒体报告该工作(搜狐,Science Daily, IEEE Pulse, Cardiovascular News, Electronics 360等),称他的研究成果治病救人“revolutionise heart health”, “save the lives”。陈行参与了多项NIH, NSF, NSERC, CIH的科研项目,并担任多家SCI期刊客座编辑。

在教学方面,陈行在约翰斯.霍普金斯大学期间,为全美排名第一的生物医学工程本科生授课,并在教学考核中荣获优秀。

代表性成果

J27. Xiangyu Cao#, Jun Wang#, Chenglin Tian, Zhihua Du, Hui Su, Xinfeng Liu, Bin Lv, Shengyuan Yu, Xing Chen*, and Ferdinard Hui*, “Solitaire AB stent-angioplasty for stenoses in perforator rich segments: A single-center experience”, Interventional Neuroradiology, Vol. 26. (2020) #Equal contribution *Corresponding authors

J26. Qianru Jin#, Anil Bhatta#, Jayson V. Pagaduan#Xing Chen#, Hoku West-Foyle, Jiayu Liu, Annie Hou, Dan Berkowitz, Scot C. Kuo, Frederic B. Askin, Thao D. Nguyen, David H. Gracias*, and Lewis H. Romer*, “Biomimetic human small muscular pulmonary arteries”, Science Advances, Vol. 6, eaaz2598. (2020) #Equal contribution *Corresponding authors [Selected as the “Image of the Day” by TheScientist]

J25. Kaijiang Kang#, Bo Yang#, Xiping Gong, Xing Chen, Weibin Gu, Guofeng Ma, Zhongrong Miao, Xingquan Zhao*, Ning Ma*, “Cerebral hemodynamic changes after endovascular recanalization of symptomatic chronic intracranial artery occlusion”, Frontiers in Neurology, Vol. 11, 318. (2020) #Equal contribution *Corresponding authors

J24. Kaijiang Kang, Feng Gao, Dapeng Mo, Ming Yang, Yifan Liu, Bo Yang, Xing Chen, Weibin Gu, Guofeng Ma, Xingquan Zhao, Zhong-Rong Miao, Ning Ma*, “Outcome of endovascular recanalization for intracranial in-stent restenosis”, Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery, Vol. 12 (2020)

J23. Xing Chen, Babak Assadsangabi, York Hsiang, and Kenichi Takahata*, “Enabling angioplasty-ready “smart” stents to detect in-stent restenosis and occlusion”, Advanced Science, Vol. 5, 1700560. (2018) [Selected as the front cover of Issue 5 2018 in Advanced Science; featured by over 50 news and scientific blogs worldwide, including The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Cardiovascular News, Electronics 360, Science Daily, Medical Research, etc.]

J22Anil Bhatta, Jayson V. Pagaduan, Xing Chen, Hoku West-Foyle, Annie Hou, Jiayu Liu, Qianru Jin, Thao D. Nguyen, Scot Kuo, Dan Berkowitz, David H. Gracias, and Lewis H. Romer*, “Developing and characterizing human biomimetic arteriole for studying pulmonary hypertension”, The FASEB Journal, Vol. 32, 568-16. (2018)

J21. Xing Chen, Daniel Brox, Babak Assadsangabi, Mohamed Sultan Mohamed Ali, and Kenichi Takahata*, “A stainless-steel-based implantable pressure sensor chip and its integration by microwelding”, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 257, 134. (2017) [Featured by Sep. 11 2017 of Advances in Engineering]

J20. Yan Yang*, Alejandro Clausse, Leon Cizelj, Xing Chen, and Parashuram Sahoo, “Mechanical properties in nuclear installation and the relevant measurement methods-editorial”, Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations, Vol. 2016, 1948507. (2016)

J19. Daniel Brox, Xing Chen*, Shahriar Mirabbasi*, and Kenichi Takahata*, “Wireless telemetry of stainless-steel-based smart antenna stent using a transient resonance method”, IEEE Antennas and wireless propagation letters, Vol. 15, 754. (2016) *Corresponding authors

J18Yi Luo, Masoud Dahmardeh, Xing Chen, and Kenichi Takahata*, “A resonant-heating stent for wireless endohyperthermia treatment of restenosis”, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 236, 323. (2015)

J17. Yi Luo, Xing Chen*, Masoud Dahmardeh*, and Kenichi Takahata*, “RF-powered stent with integrated circuit breaker for safeguarded wireless hyperthermia treatment”, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Vol. 24, 1293. (2015) *Corresponding authors

J16. Xing Chen and Dong-Weon Lee*, “A microcantilever system with slider-crank actuation mechanism”, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol. 226, 59. (2015)

J15. Yan Yang*, Xing Chen, Youngsoo Choi, and Boseon Kang, “Mechanical properties and nondestructive testing of advanced materials 2014–editorial”, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 2015, 648107. (2015)

J14. Xing Chen, Daniel Brox, Babak Assadsangabi, York Hsiang, and Kenichi Takahata*, “Intelligent telemetric stent for wireless monitoring of intravascular pressure and its in vivo testing”, Biomedical Microdevices, Vol. 16, 745. (2014).

J13. Babak Assadsangabi, Xing Chen*, Daniel Brox*, and Kenichi Takahata*, Ferrofluid sacrificial microfabrication of capacitive pressure sensors”, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 14, 3442. (2014) *Corresponding authors

J12. Xiaohu Zheng*, Xing Chen, Ji-Kwan Kim, Dong-Weon Lee, and Xinxin Li, “Measurement of the gauge factor of few-layer graphene”, Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS, Vol. 12, 013009. (2013)

J11. Yan Yang*, Xing Chen, and Youngsoo Choi, “Mechanical properties and nondestructive testing of advanced materials–editorial”, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 2013, 589320. (2013)

J10. Xing Chen, Liansheng Ma, Yingmei Zheng, Xinxin Li, and Dong-Weon Lee*“The influences of transverse loads on electrothermal post-buckling microbeams”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 22, 015011. (2012)

J9. Yan Yang*, Jin Huang, and Xing Chen, “Advanced measuring (instrumentation) methods for nuclear installations –Editorial”, Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations, Vol. 2012, 215469. (2012)

J8. Xing Chen, Liansheng Ma, Yingmei Zheng, and Dong-Weon Lee*, “Theoretical analysis of postbuckling behavior with experimental validation using electrothermal microbeams”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, 073107. (2011)

J7. Xing Chen, Xiaohu Zheng, Ji-Kwan Kim, Xinxin Li, and Dong-Weon Lee*“Investigation of graphene piezoresistor for use as strain gauge sensors”, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Vol. 29, 06FE01. (2011)

J6. Xiaohu Zheng, Xing Chen, Ji-Kwan Kim, and Dong-Weon Lee*“Analysis on microfinger with grooved patterns and its application in electric–thermal microgripper”, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Vol. 56, 505. (2011)

J5. Xing Chen and Dong-Weon Lee*, “Design and optimization of in-plane actuator driven cantilever with high sensitivity sensors”, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Vol. 10, 3236. (2010)

J4. Xiaohu Zheng, Xing Chen, Feng Gu, Yuanwei Liu, and Dong-Weon Lee*“Characterization of electrodeposited Ni–Fe–SiC alloys for microelectromechanical applications”, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Vol. 28, 1097. (2010)

J3. Xing Chen and Dong-Weon Lee*, “Integrated microactuation scanning probe microscopy system", Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Vol. 27, 1408. [Featured on June 1, 2009 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research]

J2. Xing Chen, Dong-Weon Lee,* and Youngsoo Choi, “High efficiency micromachining system applied in nanolithography”, International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 22, 1865. (2008)

J1. Yan Yang, Boseon Kang*, Shiguo Huang, and Xing Chen“Glass polishing technology using MR fluids”, Journal of Rare Earths, Vol. 25371. (2007)

P1. Biomimetic platforms to model vascular pathophysiology, diagnostics, and therapy, Lewis H. Romer, David H. Gracias, Jayson V. Pagaduan, Anil Bhatta, and Xing Chen, WO2019079809A1.

C31. X. Chen, J. V. Pagaduan, A. Bhatta, D. H. Gracias, and L. Romer, “A microfluidic device for trapping and dynamic interrogation of arterioles”, 21st MicroTAS, 1112-1113 (2017)

C30. X. Chen, B. Assadsangabi, D. Brox, Y. Hsiang, and K. Takahata, “A pressure-sensing smart stent compatible with angioplasty procedure and in vivo testing”, 30th IEEE MEMS, 133-136 (2017) Oral

C29. X. Chen and D. Young, “Robust implantable blood pressure sensor packaging for long-term laboratory animals monitoring”, 15th IEEE Sensors, 1-3 (2016) Oral

C28. X. Chen, D. Brox, B. Assadsangabi, M. S. M. Ali, and K. Takahata, “A stainless-steel-based capacitive pressure sensor chip and its microwelding integration”, 18th IEEE Transducers, 1081-1084 (2015)

C27. Y. Luo, M. Dahmardeh, X. Chen, and K. Takahata, “Selective RF heating of resonant stent toward wireless endohyperthermia for restenosis inhibition”, 27th IEEE MEMS, 877-880 (2014)

C26. X. Chen, L. Song, B. Assadsangabi, J. Fang, M. S. M. Ali, and K.Takahata, “Wirelessly addressable heater array for centrifugal microfluidics and Escherichia Coli sterilization”, 35th IEEE EBMC, 5505-5508 (2013) Oral

 

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教育经历

[1] Chonnam National University  |  机械工程  |  博士学位  |  博士研究生毕业
师从韩国微纳技术国家实验室主任Dong-Weon Lee

工作经历

[1] Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

[2] University of Utah  | 
师从芯片专家,中星微电子独立董事Darrin Young

[3] University of British Columbia  | 
师从加拿大微加工首席科学家Kenichi Takahata

社会兼职

  • [1]   Lead guest editor, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (SCI)

  • [2]   Guest editor, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering (SCI)

  • [3]   Guest editor, Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations (SCI)

研究方向

  • [1]   Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS);

  • [2]   Sensors and actuators;

  • [3]   Biomedical microdevices;

  • [4]   Organ-on-a-chip;

  • [5]   Smart medical implant;

  • [6]   Wireless sensing;