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Name:  
  WANG Qiangbin  王强斌
Department:  
  i-LAB/Division of Nanobiomedicine
Position:  
  Professor
Expertise:  
  Nanochemistry; Nano-Bio interface; Nanobiophotonics
Email:  
  qbwang2008@sinano.ac.cn

Research Interest:
1. Novel optical properties of nanomaterials and nanostructures;

2. Photonic interactions between different nanomaterials;

3. Bioapplications of the novel optical properties.

 
Experience:
Employment

Jul. 2008 - Present 

Professor

International Lab of Adaptive Biotechnology (i-LAB), SINANO, CAS 

Apr. 2006 - Jun.2008 

Assistant Research Professor 

Biodesign InstituteArizona State Univeristy, 

TempeArizona 

Apr. 2004 - Mar. 2006 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow 

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,  

Arizona State Univeristy, TempeArizona 

Apr. 2002 - Mar. 2004 

Research Associate

Shanghai Jiaotong University

Education

Ph.D. 2002 

Material Sciences 

East China University of Science and Technology 

M.S. 1999 

Chemistry 

Petroleum University of China

B.S. 1996 

Chemistry 

Petroleum University of China

 
Selected Publication:
  1. Xiang Lan, Xuxing Lu, Chenqi Shen, Yonggang Ke, Weihai Ni, Qiangbin Wang*. Au Nanorod Helical Superstructures with Designed Chirality. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2015137, 457-462 
  2. Xiang Lan, Zhong Chen, Gaole Dai, Xuxing Lu, Weihai Ni, Qiangbin Wang*. Bifacial DNA Origami-Directed Discrete, Three-Dimensional, Anisotropic Plasmonic Nanoarchitectures with Tailored Optical Chirality. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2013, 135, 11441-11444. 
  3. Lun Li, Zhong Chen, Yin Hu, Xuewen Wang, Ting Zhang, Wei Chen, Qiangbin Wang*. Single-Layer Single-Crystalline SnSe Nanosheets. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2013, 135, 1213-1216.  
  4. Feng Li, Yanhua Chen, Huiling Chen, Wei He, Zhi-Ping Zhang, Xian-En Zhang*, Qiangbin Wang*. Monofunctionalization of Protein Nanocages. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2011, 133, 20040-20043. 
  5. Yaping Du, Bing Xu, Tao Fu, Miao Cai, Feng Li, Yan Zhang, Qiangbin Wang*. Near-Infrared Fluorescent Ag2S Quantum Dots from Single Source Precursor. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2010, 132, 1470-1471.