Li Xiaoqin

Personal profile

Name: Li Xiaoqin

Gender: Female

Degrees: Ph.D.

Title: Professor


Current Professional Societies

1.Member of Association forBioinformatics;

2.Member of Association forBiomedical Engineering.

Research Areas

1.Data mining of multi-omics information on major diseases;

2.Acquisition, analysis and application of clinical medical information


1.Xuedong Wang, Wenhui Shang, Xiaoqin Li, Yu Chang. Methylation Signature Genes Identification of Cancers Occurrence and Pattern Recognition. Computational Biology and Chemistry. 2020.85(4). (SCI)

2.Xuedong Wang, XiaoXi Wang, Xiaoqin Li, Yu Chang. Identification of Specific Candidate Diagnostic Biomarkers for Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma Based on Methylation. Journal of Computational Biology. 2020,26(5):825-833. (SCI)

3.Xuedong Wang, Wenhui Shang , Xiaoqin Li, Yu Chang. Identification of lung squamous cell carcinoma-specific methylation candidate diagnostic biomarkers. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics. 2019,46:680-688. (SCI)

4.Yiming Liu,Zhichao Zhi, Xiaoqin Li, Xuedong Wang. Pulmonary nodule detection method based on convolutional neural network. Journal of Biomedical Engineering. 2019.36(6):969-977. (EI)

5.JianXin Wen, Xiaoqin Li , Yu Chang. Signature Genes Identification of Cancer Occurrence and Pattern Recognition. Journal of Computational Biology. 2018,25(8):907-916.(SCI)

6.Xuedong Wang, Wenhui Shang , Xiaoqin Li. Methylation Signature Genes Identification of The Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma Occurrence and Recognition research. Journal of Computational Biology. 2018,25(10):1161-1169. (SCI)

7.JianXin Wen, Xuedong Wang, Xiaoqin Li. Signature Genes Identification of The Breast Cancer Occurrence and Pattern Recognition. Prog. Biochem. Biophys. 2017, 44(11): 1016-1025. (SCI)

Personal statement

Li XiaoQin, the doctor and professor was transferred to Beijing University of Technology from Inner Mongolia University in 2003. Now she is a Professor of the College of Life Science & Bio-engineering of the University as well as a supervisor for graduates. Since 1999, Prof. Li has been studying theoretical biophysics and medical big data. She has completed more than 10 research projects, including the research items supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and Beijing Natural Science Foundation. In 2005, into Academic Human Resources Development in Institutions of Higher Learning Under the Jurisdiction of Beijing Municipality. Her more than 50 papers are published in core journals at home and abroad, in which more than 40 papers were cataloged by SCI and EI.