Fenglong Yang 杨凤龙

Postdoc at IFFS, UESTC
My supervisor is Prof. Quan Zou.

Tel: (+86)15620056265
Wechat: yangfenglong211314
Email: yangfenglong110@126.com
github: https://github.com/yangfenglong

Education and work experience

Mar 2019 - Now Postdoc, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Jan 2016 - Jan 2019 Bioinformatic engineer, Tianjin Novogene Bioinformatics Technology Co., Ltd
Sep 2010 - Jun 2015 Ph.D of Science, college of biological sciences, China Agricultural University
Sep 2006 - Jul 2010 Bachelor of of Science, College of agriculture, Shanxi Agricultural University

Research Interests


  1. Fenglong Yang, Quan Zou*. 2020. mAML: an automated machine learning pipeline with a microbiome repository for human disease classification. DATABASE-The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation. Doi: 10.1093/database/baaa050. (SCI, IF2018=3.683)(BibTeX, EndNote)

  2. Yue Deng, Fenglong Yang, Chunping Deng, Jinshui Yang, Jing Jia, and Yuan Hongli. 2017. Biodegradation of Btex Aromatics by a Haloduric Microbial Consortium Enriched from a Sediment of Bohai Sea, China. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 183 (April). Doi: 10.1007/s12010-017-2471-y.
  3. JinShui Yang, FengLong Yang, Yang Yang, GuanLan Xing, ChunPing Deng, YaTing Shen, LiQiang Luo, BaoZhen Li, and HongLi Yuan. 2016. A Proposal of ‘Core Enzyme’ Bioindicator in Long-Term Pb-Zn Ore Pollution Areas Based on Topsoil Property Analysis. Environmental Pollution 213: 760–69. Doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2016.03.030.
  4. Fenglong Yang, Jingshui Yang, Chunping Deng, Nan Chen, Shuangqing Wang, Entao Wang, and Yuan Hongli. 2015. Bacterial Communities and Their Hydrocarbon Bioremediation Potential in the Bohai Sea, China. Marine Ecology Progress Series 538 (October). Doi: 10.3354/meps11489.
  5. Embarcaderojimenez, S, Fenglong Yang, R Freyehernandez, Y Trujillocabrera, F N R Orduna, Yuan Hongli, and Wang Entao. 2014. An Improved Protocol for Extraction of Metagenomic Dna from High Humus, Alkaline and Saline Soil of Chinampa for T-Rflp Fingerprinting Analysis. British Microbiology Research Journal 4 (7): 821–30.

Research Fundings