Ting WANG, PhD in pharmaceutics, working in Anhui Medical University School of Pharmacy. Research interests involve preparation and characterization of colloidal nanoparticles, such as liposomes, solid lipid naonparticles, and anhydrous reverse micelles as a targeting vaccine-adjuvant-delivery system (VADS). And excel in techniques, such as preparation of liposomes, freeze-drying of pharmaceutics, carrying out and analysis of in vivo tests, separation and purification of chemicals, extraction and analysis of therapeutic active compounds in plants/herbs; and proficiency in the use of UV, IR, HPLC, GC, DSC, DLS, and fluorescent spectrometer; and familiar with atomic force microscopy (AFM), and EM; having skills in: isolation and culture of immunocytes, cell culture, immunological assay, ELISA assays, mouse/rat work, MTT cell assays and Flow Cytometry.
The PhD thesis contains the study of novel methods of preparation of liposomes, prediction and control of drug release in vitro/vivo from liposomes. Research experiences include development and characterization of novel drug delivery systems using lipids and hydrophilic polymers, protein formulation and delivery, freeze-drying and biophysical analysis.
Now I am working on the development of natural lipid nanoparticles such as liposomes, micelles, as a drug/vaccine carrier-adjuvant system.
So far reside 5 funded research projects including 1 NSFC project and published more 30 papers in peer-reviewed journals.