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Gang Han

Professor in Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Umass.

His research is at the intersection between nanotechnology, neuroscience, bioimaging and therapy. They focus on developing both small and bright tools for biology, that is, designing synthetic/semi-synthetic nanomaterials or small molecules with unique programmable physical properties for basic science and biomedical applications. These tools will be developed using a synergetic multidisciplinary approach, including synthetic chemistry, materials science, biochemistry, and cell biology. In particular, they are most interested in developing optically active nanomaterials/molecules for probing signal transduction pathways, single-molecule imaging, sptiotemperol activation of neurons as well as diagnosis and drug delivery.

Visit website: https://www.umassmed.edu/hanlab/lab-members/current-members/

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See also: Academia University of Massachusetts Medical School - Public academic health sciences center.

Gang Han News

Injectable nanoparticles that enhance vision in mice

Scientific American - 12-Dec-2020

Might help the army with night vision & even treat people with colour blindness

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Nanoparticles gave mice night vision abilities

United Press International - 27-Aug-2019

In the labs, nanoparticles were injected into the eyes of mice, behind their retinas

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