Dr. Jing Ye was born and raised in China. She studied Organic Chemistry in Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada. Subsequently, she moved to Florida Atlantic University to study Biochemistry and obtained a Ph.D. in 2011. She is passionate about teaching, and sees the potential of students through education as a solution for the betterment of the world with the strength of diversity and unity. She enjoys doing research with students. Her experience combined with her students’ creativities has brought productive research and effective learning outcomes since 2011.
When not teaching or doing research, Dr. Ye likes to read, make friends, and do Tai Chi.
• Werts S., Ye J., Differential Impact of the Ubiquitin-Proteasome System on Clear Cell Carcinoma and High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer. Austin Biochemistry. 2018: 3(1):1005.
• Cosme P. J., Ye J., Sears, S., Wojcikiewicz E. P., Terentis A. C., Label-Free Confocal Raman Mapping of Transportan in Melanoma Cells. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 2018, 15(3), 851-860
• Ye, J., Cationic Cell Penetrating Peptides. Austin Biochemistry, 2016; 1(1): 1004
• Terentis, A. C., Ye, J., Peptide detection and structure determination in live cells using confocal Raman microscopy, Methods in Molecular Biology, 2013, 1081, 211-36.
• Ye, J., Terentis, A. C., Confocal Raman Microscopy of Transportan in Live Melanoma Cells, Abstracts of Papers of The American Chemical Society, 2010, 240, Meeting Abstract: 26-ANYL
• Ye, J., Fox, S. A., Cudic, M., Rezler E. M., Lauer, J. L., Fields, Gregg B., Terentis, A. C., Determination of Penetratin Secondary Structure in Live Cells with Raman Microscopy, Journal of American Chemical Society, 2010, 132 (3), 980–988.