Dr. Jing Tang is currently a postdoctoral fellow in Materials Science and Engineering under the advice of Professor Yi Cui, focused on rational design of bioinspired materials and devices for electrochemical interfaces and healthcare in Stanford University. Prior to joining Cui Group, she performed postdoctoral research jointly advised by Professors Daniel Kohane and Robert Langer from Harvard Medical School and MIT, and was working on remote controlled pain therapeutics from biomaterials to smart drug delivery systems. In her graduate thesis work, mentored by Professor Gengfeng Zheng, and in collaboration with Professor Jiayi Zhang, she explored the development of functional nanowire materials and devices, and carbon quantum dots synthesis, and the application of novel nanowire devices in cells, tissues and animals, especially for bioimaging, biosensing and restoration of sight in blind mice from Fudan University. She was a visiting graduate student in Chemical Engineering under the supervision of Professors Dongyuan Zhao and Wenlong Cheng including wearable sensor from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
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