Professor Yuehe Lin received his B.S. in Chemistry from Peking University in 1984 and his first Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Xiamen University in 1991. He then moved to the University of Idaho (UI) for his graduate study and obtained his second Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry in 1997.
Dr. Lin joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in 1997 as a research scientist. He was promoted to Senior Research Scientist in 2000 and Chief Scientist in 2004. In 2008, Dr. Lin was named a Laboratory Fellow, the highest rank in DOE national laboratory system. Dr. Lin has since assumed a joint position at Washington State University (WSU) and PNNL. In this joint position, he continues to be a Laboratory Fellow at PNNL and is a full-professor at WSU. He has been actively working in
the nanotechnology area, particularly in the development of new nanobioelectronic devices and nanomaterials for biomedical diagnosis and drug delivery. His other research activities include synthesizing functional nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications.
To read more about Dr. Lins’s research, visit his website here.