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Cheney, WA   

New York, NY   

Farmingtn Hls, MI   

North Bend, WA   

Meeker, WA   

Snoqualmie, WA   

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Associate Professor

Location:
50 Rumson Way northeast, Atlanta, GA 30305
Industry:
Nanotechnology
Work:
Washington University In St. Louis Mar 2009 - Dec 2011
Nsf-Supported Nnin Site Director
Washington University In St. Louis Aug 2007 - Dec 2011
Research Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology Aug 2007 - Dec 2011
Associate Professor
Washington University In St. Louis Aug 2007 - Jun 2011
Associate Dean For Research
University of Washington Jan 1998 - Jun 2007
Associate Director, Center For Nanotechnology
Nanotech User Facility Aug 1998 - Aug 2002
Facility Manager and Senior Research Scientist
Harvard University 1996 - 1997
Postdoc
Education:
University of Washington - Michael G. Foster School of Business 1999 - 2002
Master of Business Administration, Masters
Harvard University 1996 - 1997
University of Pennsylvania 1990 - 1995
Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy, Chemistry
Fuan Affiliated High School 1986 - 1990
Fudan University 1986 - 1990
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
University of Washington
Master of Business Administration, Masters, Business Administration
Skills:
Nanotechnology, Spectroscopy, Characterization, Nanomaterials, Materials Science, Afm, Chemistry, Science, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Nanofabrication, Physics, Surface Chemistry, Optical Microscopy, Tem, Optics, Raman, Physical Chemistry, Sers, Confocal Microscopy
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Dong Qin

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Dong Qin Nanocages LLC 10745 Lakeside Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
206-9206988

Publications

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Li Zhgchen

Dong Qin was born in 716, during the reign of Emperor Xuanzong. His family was from You Prefecture (, roughly modern Beijing). He claimed that his ...

Us Patents

Microfluidic Devices For Transverse Electrophoresis And Isoelectric Focusing

US Patent:
2004025, Dec 23, 2004
Filed:
Feb 27, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/788884
Inventors:
Paul Yager - Seattle WA, US
Mark Holl - Seattle WA, US
Darrel Bell - Van Couver WA, US
James Brody - Pasadena CA, US
Catherine Cabrera - Seattle WA, US
Andrew Kamholz - Seattle WA, US
Katerina Macounova - Seattle WA, US
Dong Qin - Kenmore WA, US
Assignee:
University of Washington - Seattle WA
International Classification:
B01D059/50
G01N027/26
G01L001/20
US Classification:
204/450000, 204/600000
Abstract:
Devices and methods are provided for separation of particles of a first selected electrophoretic mobility or isoelectric point from a fluid comprising particles of at least one other selected electrophoretic mobility or isoelectric point. The devices comprise a microchannel comprising an inlet for introducing the fluid into the microchannel; electrodes to either side of the microchannel for applying a selected voltage to produce an electrical field across the microchannel orthogonal to the length of the microchannel; and outlets in said microchannel placed to receive outlet portions of the fluid containing enhanced concentrations of each type of particle. The devices may be used for particle detection, quantification, separation, mixing, dilution and concentration. Electrophoretic tags may be used to provide particles with altered electrophoretic mobilities and/or isoelectric points. Interior particles of cells or organisms may be released, separated and detected by these devices and methods. The devices and methods may be used to separate particles such as proteins and microorganisms from biological fluids such as blood, or to separate and detect airborne contaminants such as bacterial warfare agents from air. The devices and methods may be included in devices including other separation and detection methods.

Microfluidic Devices For Transverse Electrophoresis And Isoelectric Focusing

US Patent:
2012013, Jun 7, 2012
Filed:
Nov 13, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/939292
Inventors:
Paul Yager - Seattle WA, US
Mark Holl - Seattle WA, US
Darrel J. Bell - Vancouver WA, US
James Brody - Pasadena CA, US
Catherine R. Cabrera - Seattle WA, US
Andrew E. Kamholz - Seattle WA, US
Katerina Macounova - Seattle WA, US
Dong Qin - Kenmore WA, US
Assignee:
University of Washington - Seattle WA
International Classification:
B01D 57/02
US Classification:
204548, 204644
Abstract:
Devices and methods are provided for separation of particles of a first selected electrophoretic mobility or isoelectric point from a fluid comprising particles of at least one other selected electrophoretic mobility or isoelectric point. The devices comprise a microchannel; electrodes to either side of the microchannel for applying a selected voltage to produce an electrical field across the microchannel orthogonal to the length of the microchannel; and outlets in said microchannel placed to receive outlet portions of the fluid containing enhanced concentrations of each type of particle. The devices may be used for particle detection, quantification, separation, mixing, dilution and concentration; to release, separate and detect interior particles of cells or organisms, and to separate particles such as proteins and microorganisms from biological fluids such as blood; or to separate and detect airborne contaminants such as bacterial warfare agents from air.

Elastomeric Light Valves

US Patent:
6304364, Oct 16, 2001
Filed:
Jun 11, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/873191
Inventors:
Dong Qin - Seattle WA
Younan Xia - Seattle WA
George M. Whitesides - Newton MA
Assignee:
President & Fellows of Harvard College - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G02B 2600
US Classification:
359291
Abstract:
Electromagnetic radiation valves are provided. In one system, a transparent, elastomeric article is provided having a contoured surface including protrusions and intervening indentations. The contoured surface is placed adjacent a transparent plate and a void pattern defined by indentations of the contoured surface is filled with an opaque fluid. The protrusions decrease in cross-sectional area in the direction in which they extend away from the bulk of the elastomeric article, thus compression of the elastomeric protrusions against the transparent plate results in an increase in surface area in elastomeric protrusions against the transparent plate due to deformation of the protrusions, and the opaque fluid is displaced from the voids. Increased transmission of the electromagnetic radiation results. In another system, a similar elastomeric article includes an array of corner cubes that are totally internally reflective of the electromagnetic radiation.

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