Bin Zhou received Youth Science and Technology Outstanding Contribution Award 2022 at the Shanghai Science and Technology Prizes Ceremony. (Award link).
Bin Zhou and his group reported liver progenitor cells that contribute to new hepatocytes after severe liver damage. This work was selected as the cover story in Nature Genetics (Nature Genetics 2023).
Bin Zhou was selected as a New Cornerstone Investigator supported by Tencent. He would generate new genetic technologies to explore mechanisms and develop strategies for tissue repair and regeneration (NCIP Tencent).
Bin Zhou and his group reported an intercellular genetic technology for deciphering cell-cell communications and tracing of their contact history in vivo (Science 2022).
Bin Zhou and Astrid Gillich (Stanford University) jointly received the International Partnership Award for Young Scientists, CAS.
Bin Zhou, Xueying Tian, Lingjuan He, Hui Zhang, and Tianyuan Hu received Shanghai Natural Science Award 2020 (First Prize).
Cell proliferation tracing technology unravels hepatocyte generation during liver homeostasis and regeneration (Science 2021).
Outskirt travel for Zhoulab 10th Anniversary
Bin Zhou was awarded the XPLORER PRIZE from Tencent, Diaoyutai State Guesthouse, Beijing. Interdisciplinary Study
Bin Zhou received the International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) – “Outstanding Investigator Award” at XXIII ISHR World Conference. ISHR Hall of Fame
Bin Zhou was elected as the Fellow of the International Society for Heart Research. Fellows of the ISHR
Zhoulab develops dual recombinases-mediated genetic lineage tracing technology (DeaLT) to enhance tracing precision and resolves the controversy over cardiac stem cells for heart regeneration (Nature Medicine 2017).
Bin Zhou received Newton Advanced Fellowship from The Royal Society, United Kingdom.
Bin Zhou received 2016 Gu Xiaocheng Lecture Award. The Gu Xiaocheng Lecture Award recognizes young investigators showing promises to become future leaders in life science research, especially those who work in China.
Bin Zhou received 2015 Young Scientist Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences from President Chunli Bai. The award ceremony held in University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Huairou branch, Beijing.
Bin Zhou received 8th Tan Jiazhen Life Science Innovation Award in Kunming, Yunnan.
Study on coronary vessel origin (Science 2014) was selected as Top 10 Scientific Advances of 2014 in China.
Zhoulab discovers two distinct coronary vascular populations derived from different developmental origins (Science 2014). Perspective by Science: A crowning achievement for deciphering coronary origins (Science).