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Lijun Wei

PhD Proferssor

Phone: 86-451-86412863


Research Area: Space Biology and Space Medicine


Lijun Wei, PhD, Professor, PhD supervisor, the member of Chinese Society for Space Biology and Society for Cell Biology. Her major research area includes space biology and space medicine. 

 Lijun Wei, completed her master course in Harbin Normal University in 1995 majored inplant biology, and then employed as a teacher in Harbin Institute of Technology. She entered the PhD course of environmental engineering during 2001 to 2006, and in 2002 she went to the University of Sydney as a visiting scholar. Her major research area is founded by NSFC and NSFH, and the chromosome instability induced by radiation and simulated microgravity are focused. Now, her research works have been published in journals including PloS ONE, Advances in Space Research, Journal of Radiation Research, Micorgraviy Science and Technology.

 In addition, she is also undertaking undergraduate courses including Plant Biology, General Biology, and Essential of life Science and Space Biology of graduate courses.


  1. Experimental Study on Effect of Simulated Microgravity on Structural Chromosome Instability of Human Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes. Lijun Wei1, Chuanpeng Liu, Li Kang, Yufeng Liu, Shuliang Shi, Qiong Wu, Yu Li. PLoS ONE. 2014, 9(6): e100595,1-12.

  2. Simple sequence repeat markers reveal multiple loci governing grain-size variations in a japonica rice (Oryza sativa L.) mutant induced by cosmic radiation during space flight. Junmin Wang, Lijun Wei, Tianqing Zheng, Xiuqin Zhao, Jauhar Ali, Jianlong Xu, Zhikang Li. Euphytica, 2014,196(2):225-236.

  3. Effect of change in spindle structure on proliferation inhibition of osteosarcoma cells and osteoblast under simulated microgravity during incubation in rotating bioreactor. Lijun Wei , Yan Diao, Jing Qi, Alexander Khokhlov, Hui Feng, Xing Yan, Yu Li. PLoS ONE. 2013, 8(10):e76710,1-15.

  4. Synergistic Effects of Incubation in Rotating Bioreactors and Cumulative Low Dose 60Co γ -ray Irradiation on Human Immortal Lymphoblastoid Cells. Lijun Wei, Fang Han, Lei Yue, Hongxia Zheng, Dan Yu, Xiaohuan Ma, Huifang Cheng, Yu Li. Microgravity Sci. Technol. 2012, 24:335–344.

  5. Analysis of cytogenetic damage in rice seeds induced by energetic heavy ions on-ground and after spaceflight. Wei Lijun,Yang Qian,Xia Hongmei,  et al. Journal of Radiation Research,2006,47(3-4):273-278.

  6. Cytological Effects of Space Environment on Different Genotype Rice.  Wei Lijun,Yang Qian,Qian Yu, et al. Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology(English Edition) , 2007,16(2):220-225.

  7. Characteristics of phenotype and genetic mutations in rice after spaceflight. Advances in space research. Yu Xin,Wu Hong,Wei Lijun,et al. 2007, 40:528-534.

  8. Heavy genetic load associated with the subspecific differentiation of japonica rice(Oryza sativa ssp. japonica L.) Xu Jianlong, Wang Iunmin, Sun Yeqing, Wei Lijun,et al. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2006,57(11):2815-2824.

  9. Teaching the cell biology of aging at the Harbin Institute of Technology and Moscow State University. Lijun Wei, Yu Li, Jie He, A.N. Khokhlov. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. 2012,67(1):13-16

  10. Comparative proteomic analysis of a high-tillering dwarf mutant induced by spaceflight at different tillering stages. Wei Wang, Lijun Wei, Junmin Wang, Jianlong Xu, Yeqing Sun. Acta Agriculturae Nucleatae Sinica, 2011, 25(3):405-415.

  11. Space Radiation Effects on Plants. Lijun Wei, Yu qian, Yeqing Sun. Heilongjiang agricultural sciences. 2009(4):1-6

  12. The study of damage of rat terminal differentiation PC12 cell under γ-radiation and simulated microgravity. Xiaohuan Ma, Lijun Wei, Hongxia Zheng, Xing Yan, Yu Li. Progress in modern biomedicine. 2008,8(12):2204-2207

  13. A Comparative Study on Mutagenic Effects of Space Flight and γ-rays Irradiation in Rice. Wei Li-jun, Wang Jun-min, Yang Qian, Luo Rong-ting, Zhang Ming-xian, Bao Gen-liang, Xu Jian-long, Sun Ye-qing. Scientia agricultural sinica. 2006, 39(7):1306-1312.

  14. Mutagenic Differences of Space Environment and Ground γ-irradiation in Rice. Wang Jun-min, Xu Jian-long, Wei Li-jun. Acta agronomica sinica. 2006, 32(7):1006-1010.

  15. Teaching the cell biology of aging at the Harbin Institute of Technology and Moscow State University. Lijun Wei, Yu Li, Jie He, A.N. Khokhlov. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. 2012,67(1): 13-16

  16. Teaching cytogerontology in Russia and China. Khokhlov AN, Wei L, Li Y, He J. Adv Gerontol; 2012, 25(3):513-6.

  17. Teaching Botany in English in China, Lijun Wei, Mary Peat. The China Papers, 2002.10:46-50.



  1. Chromosome instability effects on human PBL under simulated microgravity. Natural Scientific Research Innovation Foundation of Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT.NSRIF.2008.14),2008.6-2010.9

  2. Study on mechanism of simulated microgravity on damage and repair to mammalian cells. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, 2008.9-2009.7

  3. Effects of simulated microgravity on spindle assembly checkpoint protein of the human osteosarcoma cell lines,National Science Foundation of China (30970686), 2010.1 -2012.12

  4. Molecular mechanism of simulated microgravity on human PBL damage and repair. Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province (D200879), 2009.1 -2011.12

  5. Molecular mechanism of simulated microgravity on human PBL chromosome fragile site expression. Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Space Medicine Fundamentals and Application, 2014.01-2015.12