Associate Professor

Email: hustjh@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Biomaterials

Hao Jiang is the Associate Professor at School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Huazhong University of Science and Technology. His research  focuses on two topics: mutifunctional peptide-based nanomedicines for combined antitumor therapy; antimicrobial peptide-based hydrogels with broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity for chronic wound healing. He is also exploring polymerization activity of bioactive monomers inside cells. His goal is to use this knowledge to construct functional biomaterials that can specifically affect cellular bioactivities.

Academic Degrees


PhD in Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Science & Technology of China


BS in Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Science & Technology of China

Professional Experience


Associate Professor, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, HUST


Pos-doc, Chemistry, University of Duesburg-Essen, Germany


Pos-doc, Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel


Pos-doc, in Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Science & Technology of China

Courses Taught

1.Basic Chemistry Experiments (for international undergraduate student)

2.Engineering Chemistry (for undergraduate student)

Awards and Honors    

Selected Projects Funded

Selected Publications

[1]Guo, C.#; Zhang, Y.#; Li, Y.; Zhang, L.; Jiang, H.*; Tao, J.; Zhu, J., Gold nanoparticle-guarded large-pore mesoporous silica nanocomposites for delivery and controlled release of cytochrome c. Journal of colloid and interface science 2021, 589, 34-44.

[2]Zhang, Y.; Guo, C.; Liu, L.; Xu, J.; Jiang, H.; Li, D.; Lan, J.; Li, J.; Yang, J.; Tu, Q.; Sun, X.; Alamgir, M.; Chen, X.; Shen, G.; Zhu, J.; Tao, J.*, ZnO-based multifunctional nanocomposites to inhibit progression and metastasis of melanoma by eliciting antitumor immunity via immunogenic cell death. Theranostics 2020, 10, 11197-11214.

[3]Yin, X.; Chen, Z.; Chen, Y.; Xie, Y.; Xiong, B.; Jiang, H.*; Zhu, J.*, Lipidated gemini peptide amphiphiles with enhanced loading capacity and cell membrane affinity for drug delivery. Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces 2020, 195, 111271.

[4]Xiong, B.; Chen, Z.; Yin, X.; Wang, Y.; Jiang, H.*; Zhu, J.*, Diffusion behavior of peptide amphiphiles containing different numbers of alkyl tails at a hydrophobic solid-liquid interface: single molecule tracking investigation. Soft matter 2020, 16, 4444-4450.

[5]Du, S.#; Zhou, N.#; Gao, Y.; Xie, G.; Du, H.; Jiang, H.; Zhang, L.*; Tao, J.*; Zhu, J.*, Bioinspired hybrid patches with self-adhesive hydrogel and piezoelectric nanogenerator for promoting skin wound healing. Nano Research 2020, 13, 2525-2533.

[6]Chen, Y.; Ma, T.; Liu, P.; Ren, J.; Li, Y.; Jiang, H.*; Zhang, L.; Zhu, J.*, NIR-Light-Activated Ratiometric Fluorescent Hybrid Micelles for High Spatiotemporally Controlled Biological Imaging and Chemotherapy. Small 2020, 16, 2005667.

[7]Jiang, H.; Hu, X.-Y.; Mosel, S.; Knauer, S. K.; Hirschhäuser, C.; Schmuck, C.*, A Branched Tripeptide with an Anion-Binding Motif as a New Delivery Carrier for Efficient Gene Transfection. ChemBioChem 2019, 20, 1410-1416.

[8]Hussain, M.#; Xie, J.#; Wang, K.; Wang, H.; Tan, Z.; Liu, Q.; Geng, Z.; Shezad, K.; Noureen, L.; Jiang, H.; Xu, J.*; Zhang, L.; Zhu, J.*, Biodegradable Polymer Microparticles with Tunable Shapes and Surface Textures for Enhancement of Dendritic Cell Maturation. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces 2019, 11, 42734-42743.

[9]Jiang, H.; Ehlers, M.; Hu, X.-y.; Zellermann, E.; Schmuck, C.*, Dimensional control of supramolecular assemblies of diacetylene-derived peptide gemini amphiphile: from spherical micelles to foamlike networks. Soft Matter 2018, 14, 5565-5571.

[10]10.       Jiang, H.; Hu, X.-Y.; Schlesiger, S.; Li, M.; Zellermann, E.; Knauer, S. K.; Schmuck, C.*, Morphology-Dependent Cell Imaging by Using a Self-Assembled Diacetylene Peptide Amphiphile. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2017, 56, 14526-14530.

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