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  • Ellicott City, MD
  • 900 Hooper Ave, Arbutus, MD 21229 (410) 737-0246 (410) 242-8438
  • 912 Hooper Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229 (410) 737-0324
  • 725 E Lombard St #W35, Baltimore, MD 21202
  • 4414 Alan Dr #C, Baltimore, MD 21229 (410) 737-0324
  • 4417 Alan Dr, Baltimore, MD 21229 (410) 737-0324
  • 4807 Westland St, Halethorpe, MD 21227 (410) 737-0324
  • 914 South Ave #G40, Clifton Heights, PA 19018
  • Secane, PA
  • Rockville, MD
  • 8834 Papillon Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043 (410) 737-0246

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Company: Department of microbiology and immunology - Baltimore, MD Aug 2011 Position: Research assistant

Education

School / High School: University of Maryland School of Medicine- Baltimore, MD 2004 Specialities: Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Resumes

Resumes

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Jingsong Zhu Baltimore, MD

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Work:
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Baltimore, MD
Aug 2011 to Jun 2013
Research Assistant

Department of Oncology and Diagnostic Sciences

Aug 2008 to Jul 2011
Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Oncology and Diagnostic Sciences

Aug 2007 to Jul 2008
Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Pathology

Aug 2004 to Jul 2007
Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Jun 1998 to Jul 2004
Graduate Research Assistant

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Baltimore, MD
Aug 1997 to Jun 1998
Graduate Teaching Assistant

Education:
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD
2004
Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Fudan University
B.S. in Biochemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Nanocomposite Microresonators

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US Patent:
6876796, Apr 5, 2005
Filed:
Jan 30, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/354095
Inventors:
Anthony F. Garito - Radnor PA,
Renyuan Gao - Wayne PA,
Renfeng Gao - Phoenixville PA,
Yu-Ling Hsiao - Collegeville PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
Assignee:
Photon-X, LLC - Malvern PA
International Classification:
G02B006/26
US Classification:
385 50, 385 24, 385 30, 385142
Abstract:
A microresonator is provided that incorporates a composite material comprising a polymer matrix and nanoparticles dispersed therein. The microresonator includes the composite material having a shape that is bounded at least in part by a reflecting surface. The shape of the microresonator allows a discrete electromagnetic frequency to set up a standing wave mode. Advantageously, the polymer matrix comprises at least one halogenated polymer and the dispersed nanoparticles comprise an outer coating layer, which may also comprise a halogenated polymer. Methods for making composite materials and microresonators are also provided. Applications include, for example, active and passive switches, add/drop filters, modulators, isolators, and integrated optical switch array circuits.

Optical Polymer Nanocomposites

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US Patent:
2003017, Sep 18, 2003
Filed:
Feb 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/367683
Inventors:
Anthony Garito - Radnor PA,
Yu-Ling Hsiao - Collegeville PA,
Renyuan Gao - Wayne PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
Brian Thomas - Exton PA,
Anna Panackal - Philadelphia PA,
Jaya Sharma - West Chester PA,
Renfeng Gao - Phoenixville PA,
International Classification:
G02B006/00
US Classification:
385/143000
Abstract:
A composite material that includes a host matrix and a plurality of dispersed nanoparticles within the host matrix. Each of the plurality of nanoparticles may include a halogenated outer coating layer that seals the nanoparticle and prevents agglomeration of the nanoparticles within the host matrix. The invention also includes a process of forming the composite material. Depending on the nanoparticle material, the composite material may have various applications including, but not limited to, optical devices, windowpanes, mirrors, mirror panels, optical lenses, optical lens arrays, optical displays, liquid crystal displays, cathode ray tubes, optical filters, optical components, all these more generally referred to as components.

Optical Polymer Nanocomposite Substrates With Surface Relief Structures

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US Patent:
2003018, Sep 25, 2003
Filed:
Mar 17, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/388499
Inventors:
Anthony Garito - Radnor PA,
Yu-Ling Hsiao - Collegeville PA,
Renyuan Gao - Wayne PA,
Renfeng Gao - Phoenixville PA,
Joseph Chang - North Wales PA,
Donald Bitting - Reading PA,
Kazuya Takayama - Phoenixville PA,
Jaya Sharma - West Chester PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
Brian Thomas - Exton PA,
Anna Panackal - Philadelphia PA,
International Classification:
G02B006/10
US Classification:
385/142000, 385/129000
Abstract:
A solid substrate comprising a first major surface, a second major surface juxtaposed from and parallel or substantially parallel to the first major surface, wherein the substrate has a plurality of surface relief structures, located on the substrate between the first and second major surfaces, and extending over the substrate; wherein the solid substrate comprises a host matrix, and at least one nanoparticle within the host matrix. A process of forming a composite material, comprising at least partially coating at least one nanoparticle with a halogenated outer layer, and dispersing the at least one at least partially coated nanoparticle into a host matrix material, wherein the composite material has a first major surface and a second major surface juxtaposed from and parallel or substantially parallel to the first major surface; and wherein the composite material has a plurality of surface relief structures, located between the first and second major surfaces, and extending over the surface of the composite material. An optical waveguide comprising a core for transmitting incident light, a cladding material disposed about the core, and a plurality of surface relief structures located on the surface of the optical waveguide, wherein the core of the optical waveguide comprises a host matrix and at least one nanoparticle dispersed within the host matrix.

Halogenated Monomers And Polymers And Process For Making Same

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US Patent:
2003018, Sep 25, 2003
Filed:
Feb 12, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/364413
Inventors:
Brian Thomas - Exton PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
International Classification:
C08F114/18
C08F136/16
US Classification:
526/252000, 526/250000
Abstract:
The present invention embodies halogenated compounds that can be used as monomer units in a variety of polymeric compositions. Processes for making the monomers and polymers are provided.

Optical Waveguide Amplifiers

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US Patent:
2003020, Oct 30, 2003
Filed:
Jan 3, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/335989
Inventors:
Anthony Garito - Radnor PA,
Renyuan Gao - Wayne PA,
Yu-Ling Hsiao - Collegeville PA,
Brian Thomas - Exton PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
Kazuya Takayama - Phoenixville PA,
International Classification:
G02B006/00
US Classification:
385/141000
Abstract:
The present invention relates to optical waveguide devices and optical waveguide amplifiers for amplification in a range from 1.27 m to about 1.6 m wavelength, advantageously for about 1.3 m wavelength amplification. The present invention also relates to planar optical waveguides, fiber waveguides, and communications systems employing them. The optical waveguide devices according to the present invention comprise a host matrix including polymers, solvents, crystals, and liquid crystals. Within the host matrix, a plurality of nanoparticles can be mixed to form a nanocomposite. The host matrix itself may comprise composite materials, such as polymer nanocomposites.

Optical Waveguide Amplifiers

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US Patent:
2003023, Dec 25, 2003
Filed:
Jan 8, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/338005
Inventors:
Anthony Garito - Radnor PA,
Renyuan Gao - Wayne PA,
Yu-Ling Hsiao - Collegeville PA,
Brian Thomas - Exton PA,
Jingsong Zhu - Phoenixville PA,
Kazuya Takayama - Phoenixville PA,
International Classification:
H01S003/00
US Classification:
359/341500
Abstract:
The present invention relates to optical waveguide devices and optical waveguide amplifiers for amplification in a range from 1.5 m to about 1.6 m wavelength. The present invention also relates to planar optical waveguides, fiber waveguides, and communications systems employing them. The optical waveguide devices according to the present invention comprise a polymer host matrix. Within the polymer host matrix, a plurality of nanoparticles can be incorporated to form a polymer nanocomposite. To obtain amplification in the above-described range, the nanoparticles comprises Erbium. The host matrix itself may comprise composite materials, such as polymer nanocomposites, and further the nanoparticles themselves may comprise composite materials.
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