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Li to serve as associate editor of a prestigious microbiology journal

Bingyun Li portrait

Professor Bingyun Li at WVU Orthopedics has been invited to serve as an Associate Editor of Frontiers in Microbiology (Specialty section: Antimicrobials, Resistance and Chemotherapy), which is a prestigious open access microbiology journal.

Professor Li has more than 25 years of expertise in engineering, microbiology, and immunology. His research includes advanced biomaterials, bone infection, and nanomedicine. Professor Li has originally proposed and proved that stimulating appropriate host immune responses could significantly reduce open fracture-associated infections.

Within the last several years, Professor Li’s research has been recognized multiple times nationally and internationally, including (1) the 2011 Berton Rahn Research Prize from AO Foundation (Switzerland), (2) the 2013 Pfizer Best Scientific Paper Award from the Asia Pacific Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting, and (3) the 2013 Collaborative Exchange Award from the Orthopedic Research Society. More information of Professor Li’s research can be found on his Health Sciences Center Directory profile.


Bingyun Li, PhD

Professor, Department of Orthopaedics

Tel: 3042931075