Assistant Research Professor, started Mar. 2021
Ph.D. Southwest University
Dr. Minqiang Wang received his PhD in Clean Energy Science from Southwest University in Jun 2019. He got the Chinese National Scholarship to support his visiting student study in Medical Engineering in Carlifornia Institute of Technology (Caltech. USA) from Aug.2018 to Aug.2019. He has won the China National Scholarship twice during the PhD studying. His doctoral thesis entitled "Design and Performance of Transition Metal-based Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts" was supervised by Prof. Shu-Juan Bao won the "2020 Chongqing Excellent Doctoral Thesis". Then he joined Wei Gao's group in Medical Engineering as a post-doctoral research fellow in Caltech. He has published over 50 SCI papers as co-auther in including "Nat. biotech., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Matter., Energy Storage Materials. etc." His Google citations are 2080 and H-index is 27 until 03/20/2021. He is currently a research assistant professor at CenBRAIN and School of Engineering in Westlake University.
Dr. Minqiang Wang works many years on fabricating and characterizing various Electrocatalytic and Biocatalytic nano-materials. In addition, he has many experiences on fabricating flexible and wearable medical electronic devices. He is currently focusing on flexible and wearable electronic devices and digital medical monitoring, construction of biological materials and their application in biological analysis. He is trying to develop more analytical methods that can achieve real-time monitoring in sweat, and develop more efficient sweat sampling methods to resolve sweat evaporation, contamination from skin.
 Y Yang, Y., Song, Y., Bo, X., Min, J., Pak, O. S., Zhu, L., Wang M Q, et al, "A laser-engraved wearable sensor for sensitive detection of uric acid and tyrosine in sweat", Nature Biotechnology, 2020, 38, 217-224. (IF=36.558) (ESI Highly Cited Paper)
 Wang M Q, Ye C, Liu H, et al, "Nanosized Metal Phosphides Embedded in Nitrogen‐Doped Porous Carbon Nanofibers for Enhanced Hydrogen Evolution at All pH Values", Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2018, 57, 1963-1967. (ESI Highly Cited Paper) (IF=12.959)
 Wang M Q, Ye C, Bao S J, et al, "Nanostructured cobalt phosphates as excellent biomimetic enzymes to sensitively detect superoxide anions released from living cells", Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2017, 87, 998-1004. (IF=10.257)