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Invited Speakers



Shaoyi Jiang

Shaoyi Jiang

 

Boeing-Roundhill Professor of Engineering

Professor of Chemical Engineeering

Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

 

Group Website:

http://depts.washington.edu/jgroup/

 

      Professor Jiang received his Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from Cornell University in 1993 under Profs. Keith Gubbins and John Zollweg. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Califronia, Berkeley between 1993 and 1994 with Prof. Kenneth S. Pitzer and a research fellow at Caltech between 1994 and 1996 with Prof. William A. Goddard, III both in chemistry. He is currently the Boeing-Roundhill Professor of Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering and an adjunct professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington, Seattle. He was a visiting professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at MIT with Prof. Robert Langer in 2007. He is a senior editor for Langmuir, a fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), a fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) and a member of the Washington Academy of Sciences. He received the Braskem Award for Excellence in Materials Engineering and Science, AIChE (2017). His research focuses on the molecular understanding, design and development of zwitterionic-based functional materials for biomedical and engineering applications.

 

Representative Publications

1.  B. Li, Z. Yuan, P. Zhang, A. Sinclair, P. Jain, K. Wu, C. Tsao, J. Xie, H.-C. Hung, X. Lin, T. Bai and S. Jiang, Zwitterionic Nanocages Overcome the Efficacy Loss of Biologic Drugs, Advanced Materials, 2018 (in press).

2.  P. Zhang, F, Sun, C. Tsao, S. Liu, P. Jain, H.C. Hung, T. Bai, K. Wu and S. Jiang, Zwitterionic encapsulation promotes protein stability, enhances pharmacokinetics and reduce immune response, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, 12046 (2015).

3.  Q. Shao and S. Jiang, Molecular Understanding and Design of Zwitterionic Materials (Perspective Article), Advanced Materials, 27, 15 (2015).

4.  L. Mi and S. Jiang, 
Integrated Antimicrobial and Nonfouling Zwitterionic Polymers (Perspective Article), 
Angewandte Chemie, 53, 1746 (2014).

5.  L. Zhang, Z. Cao, L. Carr, T. Bai, J.R. Ella-Menye, C. Irvin, B.D. Ratner and S. Jiang, Zwitterionic Hydrogels Implanted in Mice Resist the Foreign-body Reaction, Nature Biotechnology, 31, 553 (2013).

6.  Keefe and S. Jiang, Poly(zwitterionic)protein Conjugates Offer Increased Stability without Sacrificing Binding Affinity or Bioactivity, Nature Chemistry, 4, 59 (2012).

7.  S. Jiang and Z. Q. Cao, Ultralow-Fouling, Functionalizable, and Hydrolyzable Zwitterionic Materials and Their Derivatives for Biological Applications (Perspective Article), Advanced Materials, 22, 920 (2010).

8.  S. Chen, J. Zheng, L. Li, and S. Jiang, Strong Resistance of Phosphorylcholine Self-Assembled Monolayers to Protein Adsorption: Insights into Nonfouling Properties of Zwitterionic Materials, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127, 14473 (2005).


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