Sijia Xie was born in Beijing, China, in May, 1987. She received her Bachelor’s degree of Science (Chemistry & Biology) in June, 2009 at Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) and then obtained Master’s degree of Science (Chemistry) in June, 2012 at the same university. She started working in the MESOTAS project within Luttge’s ERC Staring-grant in MCS group since September, 2012. Her research will focus on nano-modulated cellular neuroelectrophysiology by microfluidically programmed nanoactuation principles.
S. Xie*, B. Schurink, F. Wolbers, R. Luttge*, and G. Hassink. Nanoscaffold's stiffness affects primary cortical cell network formation. J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B. 2014, 32(6), 06FD03.
S. Xie*, R. Luttge*. Imprint lithography provides topographical nanocues to guide cell growth in primary cortical cell culture. Microelectron. Eng. 2014, 124, 30-36.
Xie, S. J.; Lu, Y. X.; Zhang, S. C.; Wang, L.D.; Zhang X.R.*. Electro-optical gas sensor based on a planar light-emitting electrochemical cell microarray, Small. 2010, 6(17), 1897-1899.
Xiaoyan Wang, Kenichi Harimoto,Sijia Xie, Hao Cheng, Jing Liu, and Zhao Wang*. Matrix Protein Biglycan Induces Osteoblast Differentiation through Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase and Smad Pathways. Biol. Pharm. Bull. 2010, 33(11) 1891-1897.