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Professor Dr. Qigang WANG



Qigang Wang, 1000Plan Program for Young Talents

School of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tongji University



Engineering Test Center 222

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







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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