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2018.7-Present      Young Researcher, School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, China

2016.8-Present      Postdoctoral researcher, School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, China

Academic Appointments
Honors & Awards

1.   China Postdoctoral Science Foundation2018T111116,  2019.1.1-2020.12.31, PI

2.   National Natural Science Foundation of China317002452018.1.1-2020.12.31, PI

3.   China Postdoctoral Science Foundation2016M602889, 2017.1.1-2018.12.31, PI

4.   Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, lzujbky-2017-it01, 2017.1.1-2018.12.31, PI

5.   Open Funds from Ministry of Education Key Laboratory of Cell Activities and Stress Adaptations,  2017.1.1-2017.12.31, PI

6.   Scholarship Award for Excellent Doctoral Student, Ministry of Education, China, 2011.11.1-2012.10.31, PI

7.   National Natural Science Foundation of China, 317201039022018.1.1-2021.12.31

8.   National Natural Science Foundation of China314703802015.1.1-2018.12.31

9.   National Natural Science Foundation of China913173112014.1.1-2015.12.31

10. National Natural Science Foundation of China, 911170082012.1.1-2013.12.31

11.  Gansu Provincial Science & Technology Department, China, 17ZD2NA015-06, 2017.1.1-2019.12.31

12.  Gansu Provincial Science & Technology Department, China, 17ZD2NA016-5, 2017.8.1-2020.7.31


# First author; * Corresponding author

1.  Cui Y#, Hu C, Zhu Y, Cheng K, Li X, Wei Z, Xue L, Lin F, Shi H, Yi J, Hou S, He K, Li J, Gou X*. (2018). CIK receptor kinases determine cell fate specification during early anther development in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 30: 2383-2401. 

2. Wei Z#, and Li J*. (2018). Receptor-like protein kinases: key regulators controlling root hair development in Arabidopsis thalianaJournal of Integrative Plant Biology 60(9), 841-850.   

3.  Hu C#, Zhu Y, Cui Y, Cheng K, Liang W, Wei Z, Zhu M, Yin H, Zeng L, Xiao Y, Lv M, Yi J, Hou S, He K, Li J, Gou X*. (2018). A group of receptor kinases are essential for CLAVATA signaling to maintain stem cell homeostasis. Nature Plants 4: 205-211.

4.   Wei Z#, Yuan T, Tarkowská D, Kim J, Nam HG, Novák O, He K, Gou X, and Li J*. (2017). Brassinosteroid biosynthesis is modulated via a transcription factor cascade of COG1, PIF4, and PIF5. Plant Physiology 174(2), 1260-1273.

5.   Wei Z#, Li J*. (2017). SERKs, shared co-receptors in multiple cell signaling pathways in Arabidopsis (in Chinese). Scientia Sinica Vitae 47, 789-797.

6.  Wang H#Wei Z, Li J*, and Wang X*. (2017). 9-Brassinosteroids. Hormone Metabolism and Signaling in Plants. J. Li, C. Li and S. M. Smith, Academic Press: 291-326.

7.   Wei Z#, and Li J*. (2016). Brassinosteroids regulate root growth, development, and symbiosis. Molecular Plant 9, 86-100. 

8.   Wei Z#, Gou X, Li J*. (2016). Brassinosteroids. eLS, 1-11. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0020092.pub2.

9.   Ou Y#, Lu X, Zi Q, Xun Q, Zhang J, Wu Y, Shi H, Wei Z, Zhao B, Zhang X, He K, Gou X, Li C and Li J*. (2016) RGF1 INSENSITIVE 1 to 5, a group of LRR receptor-like kinases, are essential for the perception of root meristem growth factor 1 in Arabidopsis thalianaCell Research 26, 686-698.

10.   Du J#, Yin H, Zhang S, Wei Z, Zhao B, Zhang J, Gou X, Lin H, Li J*. (2012) Somatice embryogenesis receptor kinases control root development mainly via brassinosteroid-independent actions in Arabidopsis thalianaJournal of Integrative Plant Biology 54(6), 388-399.

11.    Wei Z#, Li J*. (2011). Receptor kinases mediated brassinosteroid signal transduction in plants (in Chinese). Chinese Bulletin of Life Sciences 23(11), 1106-1113.

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