Our overall research objective focuses on the development of hierarchically structured nanomaterials to study cell-cell interactions and the cooperative response of cells to extracellular matrixes. We are also interested in the area of bionanomaterials, particularly with the respect of polymers and biomolecules, such as proteins, viruses, and bacteriophages.
Dr. Qian Wang
Carolina Distinguished Professor
B.A. (1992) & Ph.D.(1997), Tsinghua University
Postdoc. (97-99), University of Lausanne
Postdoc & Senior Res. Associate (99-03), The Scripps Research Institute
Congratulations to Yok!! She has successfully defended her dessertation!!
Congratulations to Yok!! An article she participated in writing titled "A Dielectric Affinity Glucose Microsensor Using Hydrogel-Functionalized Coplanar Electrodes" has been published on Microfluids and Nanofluids.
Congratulations to Yok!! Her article titled "Influence of Cross-Linkers on the in Vitro Chondrogenesis of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels" has been published on Applied Materials & Interfaces.
Congratulations to Enoch!! He has successfully defended his dessetation.
Congratulations to Jiang! Her article titled "Novel H2S Releasing Nano-fibrous Coating for In Vivo Dermal Wound Regeneration." has been accepted to ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
Huge congrats to Enoch and his family. He's got his second princess "Seli". Click HERE to see her.
Congratulations to Yok, Gift and Enoch!! They recently have several articles to be published. Check the details on Publication in 2016.
Congratulations to Gift!! She has successfully defended her dissertation.
Yok's article titled "Promotion of In Vitro Chondrogenesis of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using in Situ Hyaluronic Hydrogel Functionalized with Rod-Like Viral Nnoparticles" has been published on Biomacromolecules.
Congratulatios to Dr. Wang!! He has received the South Carolina Section ACS Outstanding Chemist Award!!