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Name:  
  DENG Zongwu  邓宗武
Department:  
  Nanobionic Research Division
Position:  
  Professor
Expertise:  
  Physical chemistry; Analytical chemistry; Nuclear magnetic resonance microimaging
Email:  
  zwdeng2007@sinano.ac.cn

Research Interest:
1. Nanotechnology and NMR microimaging for in vivo tracking of stem cells;
2. Functional materials and devices.
 
Experience:
Employment

Jun. 2007 - Present 

Professor

Division of Nanobionics, SINANO, CAS 

Apr. 2002-Jun.2007

Research Associate

Department of Nuclear Medicine and Radiobiology

Faculty of Medicine, University of Sherbrooke, Canada

Nov. 1999-Mar. 2002 

STA Research Fellow 

National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan

Education

Ph.D. 1999 

Physical Chemistry

Tsinghua University 

M.S. 1993 

Analytical Chemistry

Tsinghua University 

B.S. 1990 

Physical Chemistry & Instrumental analysis

Tsinghua University 

 
Selected Publication:
  1. Lu F, Wang LY, Wu FQ, Ying XF, Gu RA,  Yao JL, Zhang HL, Deng ZW*. Evaluation of binding specificity of electrosynthesized poly-o-phenylenediamine as molecularly imprinted polymer by metal chelates. Microchim Acta 2011, 174: 47-54.
  2. Yi DL, Zhang HL*, Deng ZW. 1H and 15N chemical shifts of adsorbed acetonitrile as measures to probe the br?nsted acid strength of solid acids: A DFT study. J Mol Catal A Chem 2010; 326:88-93.
  3. Deng ZW, Bald I, Illenberger E, Huels MA*. Bond- and energy-selective carbon abstraction from D-ribose by hyperthermal nitrogen ions. Angew Chem Int Ed 2008; 47:9509-9512.
  4. Deng ZW, Bald I, Illenberger E, Huels MA*. Reactive scattering damage to DNA components by hyperthermal secondary ions. Phys Rev Lett 2006; 96:243203.
  5. Deng ZW, Bald I, Illenberger E, Huels MA*. Beyond the Bragg Peak: Hyperthermal heavy ion damage to DNA components. Phys Rev Lett 2005; 95:153201.