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Resume of Tan Mingqian

From: International Office Time: 20/03/12

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    Dr. Mingqian Tan is a professor and doctorial supervisor in the School of Food Science and Technology, Dalian Polytechnic University. He is the Vice Dean of the Engineering Research Center of Seafood of Ministry of Education of China, the academic leader of food quality control of National Engineering Research Center of Seafood, as well as the committee member of nuclear magnetic resonance professional committee of the Chinese Association of Analytical Instruments. Dr. Tan obtained his doctoral degree from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2005, and studied as Postdoctoral Fellow in the University of Victoria, Canada, the University of Utah, Case Western Reserve University, USA between 2006 and 2010. He returned to China in 2010 to join CAS under the program so-called One hundred Outstanding Young Chinese Scientists of DICP. In 2016, he was selected hundred-level of "Liaoning BaiQianWan Talents Program".

     Dr. Tan research is focused on the food quality control based on the fluorescence and nuclear magnetic resonance technology, with the emphasis on water dynamics of food products during food processing and foodborne nanoparticles derived in thermal process as well as their bio-effects, biodistribution, and interaction with biomacromolecules. He received the financial support of the major research plan from the National Nature Science Foundation of China, the National Key Scientific Instrument and Equipment Development Project of China, the National Key Research and Development Program of China, and the Nature Science Foundation of Liaoning Province. His research emphasis includes magnetic resonance imaging-fluorescence nanocarrier, highly stable and sensitive nano-probe synthesis, foodborne nanoparticles discovery and property characterization, water dynamics of seafood during processing etc. He has published 90 peer-reviewed papers, such as JACS, Chem. Mater., J. Arg. Food Chem., Food & Function, which have been cited more than 1500 times with an H index of 20. The published papers were cited by famous journals like Chem. Rev., Chem. Soc. Rev. Coordin., Nature Chem. and so on. Dr. Tan has also published 1 book and 5 book chapters and obtained 8 patents. He has given more than 22 talks at the international or national meetings. He was selected the program of Prometheus by Ecuador government, the committee member of Seafood Intensive Processing Industrial Platform, the evaluation experts of National Nature Science Foundation of China and the National Key Research and Development Program of China.

Representative publications:

[1]   Li, S., Jiang, C., Wang, H., Cong, S., Tan M.* Fluorescent nanoparticles present in Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola: physiochemical properties, cytotoxicity, biodistribution and digestion studies, Nanotoxicology, 2017, Doi.org/10.1080/17435390.2017.1418443

[2]   Cao. L., Song, X., Song, Y., Bi, J., Cong, S., Yu, C., Tan M.* Fluorescent nanoparticles from mature vinegar: their properties and interaction with dopamine. Food & Function, 2017, 8, 4744 C 4751.

[3]   Bi, J., Li, Y., Wang, H., Song, Y., Cong, S., Yu, C., Zhu* B-W., Tan M.* Presence and formation mechanism of foodborne carbonaceous nanostructures from roasted Pike Eel (Muraenesoxcinereus), J Agric Food Chem. 2017, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jafc.7b02303.

[4]   Li, Y., Bi, J., Liu, S., Wang, H., Yu, C., Li, D., Zhu* B-W., Tan M.*, Presence and formation of fluorescence carbon dots in grilled hamburger, Food & Function, 2017, 8, 2558-2565.

[5]   Dong, X., Li, Y., Li, Y., Song, L., Cheng, S., Li, D., Zhu, B-W., Zhou, D., Tan M.* Combination of NMR and MRI techniques for non-invasive assessment of sea cucumber (stichopus japonicas) tenderization during low-temperature heating process, Food Analytical Methods, 2017, 10(7), 2207-2216.

[6]   Wang, H., Xie, Y., Liu, S., Cong, S., Song, Y., Xu, X., Tan M.*, Presence of fluorescent carbon nanoparticles in baked lamb: their properties and potential application for sensors, J Agric Food Chem. 2017, 2017, 65 (34), 7553C7559.

[7]   Bi, J., Wang, H., Kamal, T., Zhu* B-W., Tan M.*, A fluorescence turn-off-on chemosensor based on carbon nanocages for detection of ascorbic acid, RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 30481-30487.

[8]   Zhang, X., Wu, H., Li, P., Qu, Z-J, Tan, M.,* Han K-L.* A versatile two-photon fluorescent probe for ratiometric imaging e. coli -galactosidase in live cells and in vivo. Chem. Comm.2016, 52, 9470.

[9]   Bi, J., Li, Y., Cheng, S., Dong, X., Kamal, T., Zhou, D., Li, D., Jiang, P., Zhu* B-W., Tan M.*, Changes in body wall of sea cucumber (Stichopusjaponicus) during a two-step heating process assessed by rheology, LF-NMR, and texture profile analysis, Food Biophysics, 2016, 11(3), 257-265.

[10]   Liao, H., Jiang, C., Liu, W., Vera J.M., Seni., O.D., Demera, K., Yu C., Tan, M.* Fluorescent nanoparticles from several commercial beverages: their properties and potential application for bioimaging. J Agric Food Chem. 2015, 63(38): 8527-8533.

[11]   Geng, S., Wang, H., Wang, X., Ma, X., Xiao, S.*, Wang, J., Tan, M.* A noninvasive NMR and MRI method to analyze rehydration process for dried sea cucumber. Anal. Method. 2015, 7, 2413-2419.

[12]   Wu, H., Wang, H., Liao, H., Lv, Y., Song, X., Ma, X., Tan, M.* Multifunctional nanostructures for tumor-targeted molecular imaging and photodynamic therapy. Adv. Healthcare Mater. 2016, 5(3), 311-318.

[13]   Wang, H., Wu, H., Shen, H., Geng, S., Wang, B., Wang, Y., Ma, X., Li, G., Tan, M.* A bimodal MRI and NIR liposome nanoprobe for tumor targeted molecular imaging. J. Mater. Chem. B., 2015, 3, 8832-8841.

[14]   Wang, Y., Wang, B., Liao, H., Song, X., Wu, H., Wang, H., Shen, H., Ma X., Tan, M.*Liposomal nanohybrid cerasomes for mitochondria-targeted drug delivery. J. Mater. Chem. B., 2015, 3, 7291-7299. 

[15]   Shen, Z., Wu, H., Yang, S., Ma, X., Li, Z., Tan, M.,* Wu A.* A novel Trojan-horse targeting strategy to reduce the non-specific uptake of nanocarriers by non-cancerous cells. Biomaterials. 2015, 70, 1-11.

[16]   Song, X., Wu, H., Li, S., Wang, Y., Ma, X.*, Tan, M.* Ultrasmall chitosan-genipin nanocarriers fabricated from reverse microemulsion process for tumor photothermal therapy in mice. Biomacromolecules, 2015, 16(7), 2080-2090.

[17]   Yang, Y., Song, X., Yao, Y., Wu, H.,   Liu, J., Zhao, Y., Tan, M.,* Yang, Q.* Ultrasmall single micelle@resin core-shell nanocarriers as efficient cargo loading vehicle for in vivo biomedical applications. J. Mater. Chem. B., 2015, 3, 4671-4678.

[18]   Jatupaiboon, N., Wang, F., Wu, H., Song, X., Song, Y., Zhang, J., Ma, X.*, Tan, M.* A facile microemulsion template route for producing hollow silica nanospheres as imaging agents and drug nanocarriers.J. Mater. Chem. B., 2015, 3, 3130-3133.