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Nanomaterials for Neuroscience, Biomolecule Imaging and Therapy

email: gang.han@umassmed.edu

B.S. Nanjing University,Ph.D. University of Massachusetts-Amherst ,Postdoctoral Fellow. The Molecule Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley Lab. Phone: 508-856-3297


My research is at the intersection between nanotechnology, neuroscience, bioimaging and therapy. We focus on developing both small and bright tools for biology, that is, designing synthetic/semi-synthetic nanomaterials or small molecules with unique programmable physical properties for basic science and biomedical applications.  These tools will be developed using a synergetic multidisciplinary approach, including synthetic chemistry, materials science, biochemistry, and cell biology.  In particular, we are most interested in developing optically active nanomaterials/molecules for probing signal transduction pathways, single-molecule imaging, sptiotemperol activation of neurons as well as diagnosis and drug delivery.

Contact: email: gang.han@umassmed.edu Phone : 508-856-3297

People in Lab:

Postdoctoral fellows:Yuanwei Zhang, Zhanjun Li, Jie Shen,  Graduate student: Xiang Wu,LWA/MQP student : Amol Punjabi, Hyungseok Alex Lee, George Han, Andrew Seto,  Rohit Maudgal


Postdoctoral fellows Yekui Zou (  2010- 2012, MIT)

Graduate students: Liang Zhao (2012 , Lecturer, Dalian University of Technology)

LWA students :Samuel J. Kesseli (2010-2013,  now MD student at Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine)

Lucas J. Brutvan, (2011, Process Engineer at 3M),
Anne-Marie Vu (2013, Tufts University)
Steven Buchholz (2011, Product Analyst at Boston Scientific)

El-rifai, Mahmoud (2013-1014 Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Harvard Medical School), Amira Tokatli-Apollon(2013-2014  Design Assurance Engineer, HOLOGIC)

 Erin May Laroche; Rachael M. Matty; Babeu, Amy Monique; Cardoso, Marlisa Anne(2013 WPI)

Ayers, Brian Christopher (2013, MD/MBA Student - University of Rochester)

Luis Figueroa(2014, UMASS-Amherst)

Past rotation students: Xizhe Gao (2011, now Ph.D student at University of Maryland Baltimore School of Pharmacy), Artem Kutikov, (2011, Ph.D student at UMMS ), Lejie Zhang( 2013, Ph. D student at UMMS)


Post Docs

Positions for  postdoctoral fellows are available in the laboratory of Dr. Gang Han at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology of The University of Massachusetts- Medical School.

Research will focus on developing   novel small molecule/ nanoparticle approaches for translational biomedical sciences and molecular imaging.

Qualifications: Candidates have a Ph.D degree in (1)Organic Chemistry/polymer synthesis , (2) Molecular cell biology , (3) Biophysics or (4) Biochemistry. A solid training and substantial organic synthesis, animal experiments,  spectroscopy and  microscopy are desired.  Candidates need to have strong work ethic, creativity, and enthusiasm with proven ability to work independently and collaboratively.

To apply: Applicants should submit their CV including a full publication list and sources of three reference letters by email to gang.han@umassmed.edu

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