Name:Junhua Yuan(袁军华)
Address:Department of Physics

University of Science and Technology of China

Hefei, Anhui, 230026, China
Tel:86-551-63600851
E-mail:jhyuan@ustc.edu.cn
Web:http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~jhyuan
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
1993-1998B.S. (Physics), University of Science and Technology of China
1998-2005Ph.D. (Physics), California Institute of Technology, USA
2006-2012Postdoctoral Fellow (Biophysics), Harvard University, USA
2012-Professor, University of Science and Technology of China
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Biological Physics; Cellular motility and sensory transduction; Physics of cellular behavior; Molecular motor
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS(*: corresponding authors)
1.Hui Shi, Shuwen Ma, Rongjing Zhang, Junhua Yuan* (2019) A hidden state in the turnover of a functioning membrane protein complex. Science Advances 5: eaau6885.
2.F. Wang†, H. Shi†, R. He†, R. Wang, R. Zhang*, J. Yuan* (2017) Nonequilibrium effect in the allosteric regulation of the bacterial flagellar switch. Nature Physics 13:710-714. (†:co-first authors)
3.B. Wang, R. Zhang, and J. Yuan* (2017) Limiting (zero-load) speed of the rotary motor of Escherichia coli is independent of the number of torque-generating units. PNAS 114:12478-12482.
4.F. Wang, J. Yuan* and H.C. Berg* (2014) Switching dynamics of the bacterial flagellar motor near zero load. PNAS 111:15752-15755 (*: corresponding authors).
5.J. Yuan, R.W. Branch, B.G. Hosu and H.C. Berg (2012) Adaptation at the output of the chemotaxis signaling pathway. Nature 484:233-236.
6.J. Yuan, K.A. Fahrner, L. Turner and H.C. Berg (2010) Asymmetry in the clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation of the bacterial flagellar motor. PNAS 107:12846-12949.
7.J. Yuan and H.C. Berg (2008) Resurrection of the flagellar rotary motor near zero load. PNAS 105:1182-1185.

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