Associate Professor at Voiland School of Chemical Engineering & Bioengineering. Former director of the Circular Dichroism facility at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ.
Leading research scientist of the Laboratory of Structural Dynamics, Stability and Folding of Proteins of the Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Science
I'm currently a PostDoctoral researcher at the Computational Biology Laboratory at the Danish Cancer Society Research Center, Copenaghen, Denmark.
PhD, physics, Strasbourg, France, 2002, polymer adsorption with the Atomic Force Microscope
Post-doctoral fellowship, Liverpool, UK, Design of peptides as capping agents for gold nanoparticles
BBSRC David Phillips Fellow, Liverpool, 2006-11, Nanoparticle-based imaging in living cells; biomimetic nanoparticles
2011- Lecturer, then Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool
Our research focuses on nanoparticles, their structure, and applications, in particular for biological imaging both at the single molecule level and for cell tracking in animal models.
Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of California Davis, recipient College of Engineering Outstanding Mid-career Research Award, past Joe and Essie Smith Endowed Chair and Chancellor's Fellow, past Chair of Membrane Structure and Function subgroup of Biophysical Society.
The Representative Director, Kyoto Industrial Health Association
Chair Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Senior Scientist, USAF (Portfolio Manager and Technical Advisor). Co-founder and Co-chair, Bionuclear Working Group. Executive Committee for the formation of the American Society of Bionuclear Engineering.
Research management and proposal review in molecular biology, plant science, or environmental chemistry for Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Energy, DARPA, Department of State, and Department of Defense. Interagency liaison with USG, Industry, and academia. Molecular Biologist USDA/USHRL 1997-2002.
Associate Professor at Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydogszcz, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Poland. Head of the Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology. Our research concentrates on molecular mechanisms of actin filament regulation in muscle and non-muscle cells.
Professor of Medical Biophysics, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Umea University, Sweden. Editor of journal "Diseases".
Group leader biological NMR spectroscopy at the Institute of Biological Interfaces (IBG4), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Previous: Emmy-Noether-Fellow at Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research Heidelberg and visiting Team Leader at the European Moleular Biology Lab, Heidelberg.
Associate professor of biochemistry and biophysics at Kansas State University. Research in protein crystallography, computational structural biology, computational chemistry as applied to structure based drug design for cancer and immunology, biophotonics, applications of machine learning to chemistry and drug discovery.
Qing Nie is a Professor of Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering at University of California, Irvine. Dr. Nie's primary research areas include systems biology, stem cells, developmental biology, regulatory networks, stochastic dynamics, and computational mathematics.