Dr Haibo Yu

Bio ::: Awards ::: Editorial ::: Service ::: Teaching

Dr Haibo Yu completed his undergraduate study at the University of Science and Technology of China under the supervision of Professor Yunyu Shi and his Ph.D. at the ETH Zürich under the supervision of Professor Wilfred F. van Gunsteren (co-examiners: Professor Herman Berendsen and Prof Philippe Hünenberger). He then conducted postdoctoral training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with Professor Qiang Cui (now at Boston University) and the University of Chicago with Professor Benoît Roux. He joined the School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience at the University of Wollongong in July 2010. Currently, he is also a Senior Research Fellow at IHMRI.

UOW Scholars
Academic Genealogy - Academictree

Fellowship

06.2012-05.2016 Australian Research Council Future Fellowship

Editorial Boards

Associate Editor, Journal of Molecular Modeling (2012–present)
Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports (2014–2018)
Editorial Board Member, PeerJ Physical Chemistry (2019–present)

Professional Service

Committee Member, Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia (2017–present)

Teaching (Spring)

CHEM213: Molecular Structure, Reactivity and Change: I lead the practicals.
CHEM320: Bioinformatics: From Genome to Structure: I lecture on “Protein Structure and Function” and lead the practical on “Molecular Modelling of Biological Macromolecules”.

Teaching (Autumn)

CHEM364/CHEM964: Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy: I serve as Subject Coordinator and lecture on “Computational chemistry and molecular modelling”.
CHEM350: Principles of Pharmacology: I lecture on “Pharmacokinetics” and lead the corresponding practicals.
CHEM440: Selected Topics in Medicinal Chemistry: I lecture on “Computer-aided drug design”.

Degree Coordination (2016-present)

Master of Science (Chemistry) by coursework including coordinating the following three subjects:
CHEM910: Research Skills Training
CHEM915: Advanced Chemistry Laboratory Project
CHEM919: Literature Report in Chemistry