Prof. Dr. Dan Ding
College of Life Science, Nankai University
HONORS AND AWARDS
HONORS AND AWARDS
Prof. Dr. Dan Ding, Winner of the National Outstanding Youth
Fund. Prof. Dr. Dan Ding has been selected as one of the candidates of Tianjin Youth Thousand Talents Program, Tianjin Youth Science and Technology Outstanding Talents, supported by the National Science Foundation for Outstanding Youth, the China-Australia Inter-Governmental Cooperation Project under the Key Research and Development Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the Tianjin Outstanding Youth Project. He won the Tianjin Youth Science and Technology Award, the first prize of Tianjin Natural Science Foundation (the fifth finisher), and the second prize of Tianjin Science and Technology Progress (the second finisher). He is the editorial board member or young editorial board member of Aggregate, Materials Chemistry Frontiers, Science China Chemistry, Chemistry Progress and other international journals. As member image materials and technology branch of China biological materials, nano medicine and biomedical engineering society of China engineering branch committee member, intelligent diagnosis technology and material of China biophysical society biology branch committee member, China association of medical biotechnology imaging technology branch member, and the youth members such as the nano oncology branch of China anti-cancer association.
Prof. Dr. Dan Ding was born in August 1982. He graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Nanjing University in 2010. From 2010 to 2013, he went to the National University of Singapore for postdoctoral research. He joined Nankai University in 2013 and is now the deputy dean of the College of Life Sciences. He has published more than 100 SCI papers as the corresponding author or the first author in Nature Communications, JACS, Advanced Materials, ACS Nano and other important international journals, and his research results have been widely paid attention by domestic and foreign peer experts, with an H-index of 55.