Wang Kan
Published:2014-03-07 Hits:2565

Research assistant Wang Kan:
Kan Wang obtained her Ph.D. in biomedical and engineering from The Forth Military Medical University in 2008, China. After a postdoctoral fellowship at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2008, she was appointed an Assistant Professor  of Institute of Micro/Nano Science and Technology of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2011. Her scientific interests are nanotechnology development of early cancer detection and screening equipment, nanomaterial molecular imaging and biocompatibility evaluation, and biological tissue impedance spectrum characteristics.
 
Education:
1.Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, the Forth Military Medical University, 2008
2.MS., Biomedical Engineering, the Forth Military Medical University, 2005
3.B.A, Computer Science, Xidian University, 2001
 
Experience:
1.Assistant Professor, 2011-present, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2.Post-Doctoral , 2008 – 2011, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 
Research Interests:
1.Nanotechnology development of early cancer detection and screening equipment;
2.Molecular imaging and biocompatibility evaluation, such as optical imaging and pathological imaging in vivo. The application of NPs (fluorescent magnetic nanoparticles, carbon dots and near-infrared upconversion luminescent, etc.) in the early detection of tumors;
3.Biological tissue impedance spectrum characteristics.
 
Publications:
1. Kan Wang, Zhongcai Gao, Guo Gao, et al. Systematic safety evaluation on photoluminescent carbon dots. Nanoscale Research Letters, 2013, 8:122. IF=2.726
2. Kan wang, Jiebing Ma,Meng He,et.al. Biocompatibility and toxicity assessments of near-infrared upconversion luminescent nanocrystals in early development of zebrafish embryos. Theranostics, 2013; 3(4):258-266. IF=7.0
3. Kan Wang, Zhongcai Gao, Guo Gao, et al. Systematic safety evaluation on photoluminescent carbon dots.  Nanoscale Research Letters, 2013, accept. IF=2.726
4. Kan Wang, Jing Ruan, Hua Song, et al. Biocompatibility of Graphene oxide. Nanoscale Research Letters, 2010, 9751-9756. IF=2.726
5. Kan Wang, Jing Ruan, Hua Song, et al. BRCAA1 Monoclonal Antibody conjugated Fluorescent Magnetic Nanoparticles for in vivo Targeted Magnetofluorescent Imaging of Gastric Cancer,Journal of Nanobiotechnology,2011,9:23 IF=3.85
6. Jing Ruan, Kan Wang(Co-author), Hua Song, et.al. Biocompatibility of Hydrophilic Silica-coated CdTe Quantum Dots and Magnetic Nanoparticles. Nanoscale Research Letters.2011,6:299. IF=2.726
7. Kan Wang, Ting Wang, Xiuzhen Dong, et al. Electrical Impedance Scanning in breast tumor imaging correlation with the growth pattern of lesion. Chinese Medical Journal, 2009, 122(13), 1501-1506. IF=1.032
8. Ting Wang, Kan Wang (Co-author), Qing Yao, et al. Prospective study on combination of electrical impedance scanning and ultrasound in estimating risk of development of breast cancer in young women. Cancer investigation,2009, 28(3), 295-303. IF=2.105
9. Kan Wang, Xiuzhen Dong, Feng Fu, et al. A primary research of the relationship between breast tissues impedance spectroscopy and Electrical Impedance Scanning. International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE), 2008, 1575-1579. EI
10. Guo Gao, Kan Wang, Peng Huang, Yixia Zhang, Xiao Zhi, Chenchen Bao and Daxiang Cui. Superparamagnetic Fe3O4–Ag hybrid nanocrystals as a potential contrast agent for CT imaging. CrystEngComm, Accepted 11th June 2012. IF=3.842
11. Peng Huang, Kan Wang, Omar Pandoli,et al.Fluoroimmunoassay for Antigen based on Fluorescence Quenching between Quantum Dots and Gold anoparticles. Proc. of SPIE, 2010,7845,7845141-7845145.
 
Contact:
Institute of Micro-Nano Science and Technology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, PR China.
Phone: +86-021-34206375
Email: wk_xa@163.com
 

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