Lijun Dou (豆丽君)

 Postdoc in Bioinforamtics,IFFS,UESTC
 Supervisor: Prof. Quan Zou

 QQ: 1138179301
 Email: doulijun777@163.com


Research Interests


Educational Background


Nov. 2019 - Present Postdoc, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chendu, China
    Shenzhen Polytechnic, Shenzhen,China
Jul. 2019 - Oct. 2019 Visiting Scholar, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chendu, China
Sep. 2014 - Jun. 2019 Ph.D in Physics, Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou, China
Sep. 2010 - Jun. 2014 Bachelor in Physics, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou, China


Publications


  1. L. J. Dou, X.L. Ling, H. Ding et al., Prediction of m5C Modifications in RNA Sequences by Combining Multiple Sequence Features, Molecular Therapy & Nucleic Acids, 21: 332-342 (2020)
  2. L. J. Dou, X.L. Ling, H. Ding et al., Is There Any Sequence Feature in the RNA Pseudouridine Modication Prediction Problem ?, Molecular Therapy & Nucleic Acids, 19: 293-303 (2019)
  3. L. J. Dou, X.L. Ling, H. Ding et al., iRNA-m5C_NB: A Novel Predictor to Identify RNA 5-Methylcytosine Sites Based on the Naive Bayes Classifier, IEEE Access, 8: 84906-84917 (2020)
  4. L. J. Dou, R. Jin, R. Sun et al., Relativistic eigenchannel R-matrix studies of the strong intrashell electron correlations in highly charged Ar13+ ions, Physical Review A, 101(3): 032508 (2020)
  5. L. J. Dou, L.Y. Xie, Z.K. Huang et al., Theoretical investigation of electron-ion recombination processes of Li-like Tungsten ions, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer, 220: 162-171 (2018)
  6. L. J. Dou,L.Y. Xie, D.H. Zhang et al., Theoretical study of the dielectronic recombination process of Li-like Xe51+ ions, The European Physical Journal D, 71 (5): 128 (2017)


Honors and Awards


2018-2019 National scholarships for doctoral candidates

2016-2017 Merit Student, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2011-2012 Model Student of Academic Records, Northwest Normal University

2011-2012 Merit Student, Northwest Normal University

Others


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