Nanotoxicology and its medical applications

Speaker: Zhao Yuliang, professor, National Center for Nanascience and Technology

When: Wednesday, December 20, 2017, 9:00 am-11:00 am

Where: Academic report hall, Binglin Library, Dushu Lake campus


Brief Introduction of Speaker:

Zhao is currently a professor of National Center for Nanascience and Technology and the academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

In 1985, he received his bachelor's degree in the department of chemistry, Sichuan University, and then worked at Nuclear Power Institute of Chinaresearching mass spectrometry analysis of fuel burnup. In 1989, he went to study at Atomic Energy Society of Japan and received a master's degree and a doctorate degree at Tokyo Metropolitan University. Then he worked at Atomic Energy Society of Japan and Institute of Physical and Chemical Researchengaging in the quality analysis of nuclear fission fragments and the discovery of superheavy element 113.

Zhao returned to Institute of High Energy Physics Chinese Academy of Sciencesin 2001, and began to research in the field of nanochemistry, created the first nano biological effect and safety laboratory in China, engaged in nano biological effects (nano safety) research and analysis of the tumor of nanometer drugs. He published more than 380 SCI papers, which were quoted more than 20,000 times. He won second prize of the National Natural Science Award (2012), the outstanding contribution to toxicology award (2015), The TWAS prize in chemistry of the Academy of science of developing countries (2016), National excellent scientific and technical worker award (2016). He has been the chief editor of Science Bulletin, the deputy editor of Science China Chemistry, and the deputy editor of the international SCI publications in the United States and Europe.