Bobo Gu

Dr. Bobo Gu received his Ph.D. degree in Optical Engineering from Zhejiang University in 2012. After postdoctoral training at the Nanyang Technological University, he joined Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2017, where he is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Biomedical Engineering. His research focuses on the design and synthesis of functional inorganic and organic nanomaterials and exploration of their applications in sensing, imaging, and therapy.

Cancer photo-theranostics; Optical bioimaging

[14]. M. Lei, W. Pang, B. Shi, C. Wang, D. Wang, X. Wei, B. Gu*, "Two-photon photodynamic therapy using nucleolus-targeted carbon dots," Chinese Journal of Lasers, 49(15), 1507105, 2022. [Fulltext] (Invited Paper)

[13]. L. Lin, W. Pang, X. Jiang, S. Ding, X. Wei*, B. Gu*, " Light amplified oxidative stress in tumor microenvironment by carbonized hemin nanoparticles for boosting photodynamic anticancer therapy,” Light: Science & Applications, 11, 47, 2022. [Full text], [News & Views].

[12]. X. Jiang#, R. Pu#, C. Wang, J. Xu, Y. Tang, S. Qi, Q. Zhan, X. Wei, B. Gu*, “Noninvasive and early diagnosis of acquired brain injury using fluorescence imaging in the NIR-II window,” Biomedical Optics Express, 12(11), 6984-6994, 2021. [FullText]

[11]. L. Lin#, P. Jiang#, Z. Bao#, W. Pang, S. Ding, M. -J. Yin, P. Li, B. Gu*, "Fundamentals of Optical Imaging,” Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 3233, 1-22, 2021. [Fulltext]

[10]. W. Pang#, S. Ding#, L. Lin, C. Wang, M. Lei, J. Xu, X. Wang, J. Qu, X. Wei, B. Gu*, "Noninvasive and real-time monitoring of Au nanoparticles promoted cancer metastasis using in vivo flow cytometry,”Biomedical Optics Express 12 (4), 1846-1857, 2021. [Fulltext]
[9]. S. Ding#, W. Wu#, T. Peng#, W. Pang, P. Jiang, Q. Zhan, S. Qi, X. Wei*, B. Gu*, B. Liu*, “Near-infrared light excited photodynamic anticancer therapy based on UCNPs-AIEgens nanocomposite,” Nanoscale Advances, 3 (8), 2325-2333, 2021.[Fulltext]
[8]. P. Jiang#, W. Pang#, S. Ding, D. Wang, X. Wei, B. Gu*, “Rapid ex vivo assessment of cancer prognosis by nucleolus-targeted fluorescence imaging using nitrogen doped carbon dots,” Analytica Chimica Acta, 338309, 2021. [Fulltext]
[7]. W. Pang#, P. Jiang#, S. Ding, Z. Bao, N. Wang, H. Wang, J. Qu, D. Wang*, B. Gu*, X. Wei*, “Nucleolus-targeted photodynamic anticancer therapy using renal-clearable carbon dots," Advanced Healthcare Materials 9 (16), 2000607, 2020.[Fulltext]
[6]. H. Lin#, X. Cheng#, M. -J. Yin*, Z. Bao, X. Wei, B. Gu*, “Flexible porphyrin doped polymer optical fibers for rapid and remote nosing of trace DNT vapor," Analyst 145 (15), 5307-5313, 2020. [Fulltext]
[5]. M. Liu#, B. Gu#, W. Wu#, Y. Duan, H. Liu, X. Deng, M. Fan, X. Wang, X. Wei, K. -T. Yong, K. Wang*, G. Xu* and B. Liu*, “Binary organic nanoparticles with bright aggregation-induced emission for three-photon brain vascular imaging," Chemistry of Materials 32 (15), 6437-6443, 2020.[Fulltext]
[4]. M. Liu#, Y. Liu#, B. Gu,* X. Wei, G. Xu,* X. Wang,* M. T. Swihart,* K. -T. Yong,* “Recent advances in copper sulphide-based nanoheterostructures,” Chemical Society Reviews 48 (19), 4950-4965, 2019. (封面论文).[Fulltext]
[3]. F. Yin#, B. Gu#, J. Li#, Y Liu, Z. Li, K. -T. Yong*, and B. Z. Tang*, “In vitro anticancer activity of AIEgens,” Biomaterials science 7 (9), 3855-3865, 2019. [Fulltext]
[2]. M. -J. Yin, B. Gu*, Q. An, Y. L. Guan, K. -T. Yong*, "Recent development of fiber-optic chemical sensors and biosensors: mechanisms, materials, micro/nano-fabrications, and applications." Coordination Chemistry Reviews 376, 348-392, 2018.[Fulltext]
[1]. B. Gu, K. -T. Yong*, and B. Liu*, “Strategies to overcome the limitations of AIEgens in biomedical applications,” Small Methods 2 (9), 1700392, 2018.[Fulltext]