Guangxi Academy of Sciences
Dr. Zhou is a current Professor of Gordon Life Science Institute. He is also an Adjunct Professor of several academics in both USA and CHINA. He received his Ph.D in Biophysics from University of California at Davis, and completed his postdoctoral training at Stanford University and Harvard University, respectively. He has determined the 3D NMR structures of some important biomolecules, and successfully introduced the novel diagram approach to elucidate the mechanisms of the protein-biomolecule interactions, and protein misfolding diseases observed by NMR. His current research is focused on the molecular mechanism of Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule polysialylation using NMR and biophysical approaches. In addition, He has also edited some special issues on the fields of structural biology and medicinal chemistry for several influential scientific journals as an Editorial-Board Member and Guest Editor.
Structural and dynamic studies of biomolecules by NMR, biophysics and bioinformatics approaches