Dr. Xinyu Li

Dr. Xinyu Li
Postdoctoral Researcher
Center for Membrane & Cell Physiology
Pinn 4017
Email: xl6bb@virginia.edu

Postdoctoral researcher, University of Virginia (2018.09 – present)

Nankai University, Ph.D. (2015.09-2018.06)

Major: Molecular biology and biochemistry


[1] X. Li, D. Sun, X. Li, et.al, PEGylation corannulene

enhances response of stress through promoting

neurogenesis, Biomaterials Science 5 (2017) 849-


[2] X. Li, H. Wang, et.al, Exploring the effects and

mechanisms of carbon nanomaterial diversity on the

morphology of lysozyme crystals, Crystengcomm

19(39) (2017).

[3] X. Li, J. Ma, et.al, Puerarin and Amlodipine

Improvement of D-Galactose-Induced Impairments of

Behaviour and Neurogenesis in Mouse Dentate Gyrus:

Correlation with Glucocorticoid Receptor Expression,

Neurochemical Research (7628) (2017) 1-11.

[4] X. Li, H. Yin, et.al, Inhibition of voltage-gated

sodium ion channel by corannulene and potential

mechanisms, Acta Biomaterialia. (In peer review)

[5] X. Li, H. Wang, Topology dictates functional

reverse: crystallization behaviors of ploy(L-lactide) in

poly(L-lactide)/ corannulene nanocomposites.

Crystengcomm. (Revised)

[6] G. Li, G. Hong, X. Li, et.al, Synthesis and activity

towards Alzheimer’s disease in vitro: Tacrine, phenolic

acid and ligustrazine hybrids, European Journal of

Medicinal Chemistry 148 (2018) 238. (Co-author)

[7] G. Li, X. Li, et.al, Novel Tacrine-Heterocycle Hybrids

as Potent Multitarget-Directed Ligands towards

Alzheimer’s Disease, Journal of Medicinal

Chemistry. (Co-author, in peer review)

Filed Under: Research Associate