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Professor Dr. Qigang WANG

 

 

Qigang Wang, 1000Plan Program for Young Talents

School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tongji University

Office:

 

Engineering Test Center 222

Siping Road 1239, Shanghai 200092, P. R. China

Tel:

+86-21-65989301

Fax:

+86-21-65981097

E-mail:

wangqg66@tongji.edu.cn

Homepage: http://qgwang.tongji.edu.cn/ENHome/Home

 

 

Current Professional Appointments:


Vice Dean, School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tongji University


 

Research Interests:

 

The group of Functional Nanocomposite Gel was founded in 2011 at School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tongji University. The current research interests will focus on:

 

1.The mild chemical preparation and 3D printing of nanocomposite gel with hierarchical structure;

 

2.Hydrogel and microgel formed by in-situ enzymatic polymerization for bio-related applications;

 

3.Gel film formed by in-situ photo-polymerization for energy and environmental applications.

 

 

Awards and Honors:

 

1.1000Plan Program for Young Talents

 

2.Member of editorial board of Scientific Reports

 

 

Research Summary:

 

        About 50 peer-reviewed articles with those selected publications being listed as follows:

 

1. Q. C. Wei, M. Xu, C. Liao, Q. Wu, M. Liu, Y. Zhang*, C. T. Wu*, L. M. Cheng, Q. G. Wang*, Printable hybrid hydrogel by dual enzymatic polymerization with superactivity. Chem. Sci. 2016, 7, 2748-2752.

 

2. H. H. He, M. Y. Liu, J. J. Wei, P. Chen*, S. L. Wang*, Q. G. Wang*, Hydrogel with Aligned and Tunable Pore Via “Hot Ice” Template Applies as Bioscaffold. Adv. Healthc. Mater. 2016, 5, 648-652.

 

3. X. Wang, D. C. Niu, P. Li, Q. Wu, X. Bo, B. Liu, S. Bao, T. Su, H. X. Xu, Q. G. Wang, Dual-Enzyme-Loaded Multifunctional Hybrid Nanogel System for Pathological Responsive Ultrasound Imaging and T-2-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging. ACS Nano 2015, 9, 5646-5656.

 

4. X. Wang, D. C. Niu, Q. Wu, S. Bao, T. Su, X. H. Liu, S. J. Zhang, Q. G. Wang, Iron oxide/manganese oxide co-loaded hybrid nanogels as pH-responsive magnetic resonance contrast agents. Biomaterials 2015, 53, 349-357.

 

5. T. Su, Z. Tang, H. He, W. Li, X. Wang, C. Liao, Y. Sun, Q. G. Wang*, Glucose oxidase triggers gelation of N-hydroxyimide–heparin conjugates to form enzyme-responsive hydrogels for cell-specific drug delivery. Chem. Sci. 2014, 5, 4204-4209.

 

6. X. H. Liu, D. B. Wu, H. L. Wang, Q. G. Wang*, Self-Recovering Tough Gel Electrolyte with Adjustable Supercapacitor Performance. Adv. Mater. 2014, 26, 4370-4375.

 

7. D. Zhang, J. H. Yang, S. Bao, Q. S. Wu, Q. G. Wang, Semiconductor nanoparticle-based hydrogels prepared via self-initiated polymerization under sunlight, even visible light. Scientific Reports 2014, 3, 1399.

 

8. Q. G. Wang, J. L. Mynar, M. Yoshida, E. Lee, M. Lee, K. Okuro; K. Kinbara, T. Aida, High–Water–Content Hydrogel by Mixing Clay and Dendritic Molecular Glue. Nature 2010, 463, 339-343.

 

9. Wang, Q. G.; Yang, Z. M.; Zhang, X. Q.; Xiao, X. D.; Chang, C. K.; Xu, B., A Supramolecular Hydrogel-Encapsulated Hemin as an Artificial Enzyme to Mimic Peroxidase. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2007, 46, 4285-4289.

 

10. Wang, Q. G.; Gao, Q. M.; Shi, J. L., Enhanced Catalytic Activity of Hemoglobin in Organic Solvents by Layered Titanate Immobilization. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004, 126, 14346-14367.

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