ZHANG SongAnalytical Chemistry, Associated Professor


Office Location: Room A4004, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China
Tel: 86-21-31249158

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  • Key Publications

    Nanobiosensor, Microfluidic chips, Clinic diagnosis for cancer, Marine chemistry and instruments

    • 2003   Fudan University “Shijizhixing”  

    • 2004   Fok Ying Tong Education Foundation for Young Teacher

    • 1997~2000      PhD, East China Normal University

    • 1994~1997      M.S., East China Normal University

    • 1990~1994      B.S., East China Normal University

    • 2000~2002      Post-Doctor, Fudan University

    • 2002~ present Associated Professor, Fudan University

    • 2008~2009      Visiting scholar, Ruhr-University-Bochum

    Analytical Chemistry AI, Inorganic Chemistry and Chemical Analytical Experiment I,II, Advanced Analytical Chemistry Experiment, Advanced Analytical Chemistry, The Forefront Lecture of Analytical Chemistry, etc.

    1.  X.X. Zhang, K.Y. Xiao, L.W. Cheng, H. Chen, B.H. Liu, Song Zhang* and Jilie Kong*. Visual and highly sensitive detection of cancer cells by a colorimetric aptasensor based on cell-triggered cyclic enzymatic signal amplification. Anal. Chem.,DOI: 10.1021/ac501068k.

    2. L.W. Cheng, X.X. Zhang, Z.Y. Zhang, H. Chen, Song Zhang* and Jilie Kong*. Multifunctional phenylboronic acid-tagged fluorescent silica nanoparticles via thiol-ene click reaction for imaging sialic acid expressed on living cells. Talanta, 2013,115:823 – 829.

    3. Cao, L., L. Cheng, Z. Zhang, Y. Wang, X. Zhang, H. Chen, B. Liu, S. Zhang*, and J. Kong*, Visual and high-throughput detection of cancer cells using a graphene oxide-based FRET aptasensing microfluidic chip.Lab on a chip, 2012. 12(22): p. 4864-9.

    4. Song Zhang,* G. Zhou, X. Xu, L. Cao, G. Liang, H. Chen, B. Liu, and J. Kong*, Development of an electrochemical aptamer-based sensor with a sensitive Fe3O4 nanopaticle-redox tag for reagentless protein detection.Electrochem. Comm., 2011. 13(9): p. 928-931.

    5. Song Zhang, J. Ding, Y. Liu, J. Kong*, and O. Hofstetter*, Development of a highly enantioselective capacitive immunosensor for the detection of alpha-amino acids.Anal. Chem., 2006. 78(21): p. 7592-7596.

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