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Aiping Fan ——Associate Professor

Nationality:
CHINA
Phone:
022-27401191
Email:
fanap@tju.edu.cn
Office:
Room A401, Building 24, Tianjin University
School:
School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology
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Education Experience
2005-2009 Ph. D. Pharmaceutics Fudan University, CN
2003-2005 M.S. Pharmaceutical Analysis Fudan University
1999-2003 Bachelor Pharmacy Fudan University
Professional Experience
2009-2013 Lecturer Tianjin University
2013-2015 Associate professor Tianjin University
Research Area

The research in the group of Aiping focuses on chemiluminescence analysis and nanobiochemical analysis. In terms of chemiluminescence analysis, research focuses on developing new catalyst such as gold nanoclusters, silver nanoclusters, graphene oxide, iodophenol blue, etc. for chemiluminescent reactions. In terms of nanobiochemical analysis, research focuses on developing new biosensing platform for the detection of proteins, sequence-specific DNA and protease by using nanomaterials.

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Honors and Awards
2013: Peiyang Talent Foundation of Tianjin University (Young faculty)
2013: Excellent Women Faculty of Tianjin University
2009: Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Fudan University
2009: Outstanding Graduates of Shanghai City
Patents
Highlighted Publications
Song, Y. H.; Yang X.; Li Z. Q.; Zhao Y. J.; Fan, A. P. Label-free chemiluminescent ATP aptasensor based on graphene oxide and an instantaneous derivatization of guanine bases. Biosens. Bioelectron. 2014, 51, 232.
Zhang H. H.; Yu D. L.; Zhao, Y. J.; Fan, A. P. Turn-on chemiluminescent sensing platform for label-free detection using streptavidin-modifed magnetic beads. Biosens. Bioelectron. 2014, 61, 45.
Wang, P.; Zhao, Y. J.;Fan, A. P. Turn-on colorimetric sensor for ultrasensitive detection of thrombin using fibrinogen-gold nanoparticle conjugate. Analyst 2013, 138, 1475.
Niu, Y. J.; Zhao, Y. J. Conformational switching immobilized hairpin DNA probes following subsequent expanding of gold nanoparticles enables visual detecting sequence-specific DNA. Anal. Chem. 2011, 83, 7500.
Fan, A. P.; Lau, C. W. Magnetic bead-based chemiluminescentmetal immune-assay with a colloidal gold label. Anal. Chem. 2005, 77, 3238.
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