Associate Professor of Chemistry
Phone: (86)27- 87543532
Academic Areas: Nano/micro-materials for biomedicine
As an associate professor in School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, HUST, Wang Qin have done some researchs on biomedical materials for several years, including developing multifunctional nano/micro-materials for drug delivery and interventional therapy for tumor. She focuses on questions such as: how to control the drug release on-demand at tageting site? How to enhance the efficacy of interventional therapy? Therefore, various smart microgels/ nanogels, hybrid nano-in-micro microspheres and related advanced preparation technologies such as droplet-based microfluidics have been developed in her lab. She also interests in hydrogels for envioment, catalyst and so on. These works have been published in the important scholarly journals in materials and chemistry. So far, she has executed several science foundations including National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Natural Science Foundation of Hubei Provience and innovative foundation of HUST. She has also been honored outstanding teaching quality awards.
Ph. D. in Biomedical Engineering, 2008, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China.
M.S. in Polymer Chemistry and Physics, 1999, HUST, Wuhan, China.
B.S. in Applied Chemistry, 1994, HUST, Wuhan, China
2010-present Associate professor in School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, HUST
2011-2012 Visiting scholar in Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, WA, USA
2001-2010 Lecturer in School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, HUST, Wuhan, China
1999-2001 Assistant in Department of Chemistry, HUST, Wuhan, China
1994-1996 Assistant Engineer, Wuhan Heavy Casting & Forging Company, Wuhan, China
1. Q. Wang, X. Xiao, Y. Hu, H. Wang, Y. Yang. Reinforcement of phenylalanine-based supramolecular hydrogels by hybridizing poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) nanogels. RSC Adv, 2014, 4: 22380-6.
2. Q. Wang, D. Zhang, X. Yang, H. Xu, A. Shen, Y. Yang. Atom-economical in situ synthesis of BaSO4 as imaging contrast agents within poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) microgels using one-step droplet microfluidics. Green Chem, 2013, 15(8): 2222-9.
3. Y. Hu, J. Wang, C. Li, Q. Wang, H. Wang, J. Zhu, Y. Yang. Janus photonic crystal microspheres: centrifugation-assisted generation and reversible optical property. Langmuir, 2013, 29(50): 15529-34 .
4. Q. Wang, D. Zhang, H. Xu, X. Yang, A.Q. Shen, Y. Yang. Microfluidic one-step fabrication of radiopaque alginate microgels with in situ synthesized barium sulfate nanoparticles. Lab chip, 2012, 12 (22): 4781-6.
5. Y. Hu, Q. Wang, J. Wang, J. Zhu, H. Wang, Y. Yang. Shape controllable microgel particles prepared by microfluidic combining external ionic crosslinking. Biomicrofluidics, 2012, 6: 26502-9.
6. Y. Hu, J. Wang, H. Wang, Q. Wang, J. Zhu, Y. Yang. Microfluidic fabrication and thermoreversible response of core/shell photonic crystalline microspheres based on deformable nanogels. Langmuir, 2012, 28(49): 17186-92.
7. H. Chen, H. Zhu, J. Hu, Y. Zhao, Q. Wang, J. Wan, Y. Yang, H. Xu, X. Yang. Highly compressed assembly of deformable nanogels into nanoscale suprastructures and their application in nanomedicine. ACS Nano, 2011, 5(4): 2671-80.
8. Y. Zhao, C. Zheng, Q. Wang, J. Fang, G. Zhou, H. Zhao, Y. Yang, H. Xu, G. Feng, X. Yang. Permanent and peripheral embolization: temperature-sensitive p(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-butyl methlacrylate) nanogel as a novel blood vessel embolic material in intervational therapy of liver tumor. Adv Funct Mater, 2011, 21(11): 2035-42.
9. Q. Wang, H. Xu, X. Yang, Y. Yang. Research progress of Janus particles as a surfactant. Chinese J Applied Chem, 2010, 27(7): 745-53.
10. Q. Wang, Y. Zhao, H. Xu, Y. Yang. Thermosensitive phase transitions kinetics of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-acrylamide) microgel aqueous dispersions. J Applied Polym Sci, 2009, 113(1): 321-6.
11. Q. Wang, H. Xu, X. Yang, Y.Yang. Rheological study on the in-situ gelable thermosensitive polymer nanogel aqueous dispersions. Polym Eng Sci, 2009, 49(1): 177-81.
12. Q. Wang, H. Xu, X. Yang, Y. Yang. Drug release behavior from in situ gelable thermosensitive nanogel aqueous dispersions. Int J Pharm, 2008, 361(1-2): 189-193.
13. Q. Wang, Y. Zhao, Y. Yang, H. Xu, X. Yang. Thermosensitive phase behavior and drug release of in situ gelable poly(N-isopropylacrylamide-co-acrylamide) microgels. Colloid Polym Sci, 2007, 285(5): 515-21.
Q. Wang, X. L. Yang, Y. J. Yang, et al. Thermosensitive nanogels dispersion as an endovascular embolic material. Chinese Invention Paten, No. ZL 2006 1 0124539.3
Outstanding teaching quality award, 2007, 2010
Guanghua award of HUST, 1998
Excellent undergraduate student award of HUST, 1994
Outstanding correspondent of HUST, 1992
Experiments of Inorganic Chemistry