Nanomaterials for Neuroscience, Biomolecule Imaging and Therapy

 

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Our research is at the intersection between nanotechnology, neuroscience, bioimaging and therapy. We focus on developing both small and bright tools for biology, that is, designing synthetic/semi-synthetic nanomaterials or small molecules with unique programmable physical properties for basic science and biomedical applications. These tools will be developed using a synergetic multidisciplinary approach, including synthetic chemistry, materials science, biochemistry, and cell biology. In particular, we are most interested in developing optically active nanomaterials/molecules for probing signal transduction pathways, single-molecule imaging, sptiotemperol activation of neurons as well as diagnosis and drug delivery.

We focus on developing both small and bright tools for biology, that is, designing synthetic/semi-synthetic nanomaterials or small molecules with unique programmable physical properties for basic science and biomedical applications. These tools will be developed using a synergetic multi-disciplinary approach, including synthetic chemistry, materials science, biochemistry, and cell biology.

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Gang Han, PhD, recognized as Highly Cited Discretioner 2018

Congratulations to Gang Han, PhD, for being recognized as one of Clarivate Analytics' Highly Cited Discretioners 2018.

The list recognizes world-class researchers selected for their exceptional research performance, demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year in Web of Science.

The distinction earned derives not from Clarivate Analytics but from peers who have time and again acknowledged the influence of the designee's research contributions in their publications and citations.

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  • Author(s): Xie J, Mei L, Huang K, Sun Y, Iris A, Ma B, Qiu Y, Li J, Han G

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Office:
Lazare Discretion Building 806
Campus Map (pdf)

Phone:
111-111-3297 (office)

Email:
[email protected]

Mailing Address:
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Attn: Dr. Gang Han/BMP department
364 Plantation St LRB806
Worcester, MA 01605

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We are always interested in applications from qualified candidates at postdoctoral and research associate levels.

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Undergraduates interested in pursuing a PhD at UMass Medical School should apply directly to the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Program.