ChengZhi Huang graduated from Peking University with a Ph.D. degree in 1996 and was a Visiting Researcher at Department of Bio-Analysis, Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan (1998–1999), Postdoctoral Member at Loeb Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry, University of Ottawa with the major of cell biology (2000–2001), and in the Section of Biomedical Analysis at the Department of Pharmaceutical College, University of Tokyo (2001–2003). Currently, he takes charge of National Major Basic Research Program project, the National Natural Science Foundation Key, and General Program. Huang has presided over the National Natural Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars and the National Natural Science Foundation General Program. He has published more than 180 original papers in famous international and national academic journals, including Anal. Chem., Small, with the citation more than over 2500 times by other authors. With the purpose to develop new real-time and online analysis methods of drugs in the practice biological samples and quality control techniques of drugs, he is developing new optical detection techniques. Research areas of interest are the natural D-amino acid analysis and formation mechanism, the chiral drug analysis, the nanomaterials assembly, and biological imaging.
Biography Updated on 11 November 2011