Wang, Quan

Dr. Quan Wang

Postdoctoral Scholar
Princeton Univ
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Area of Expertise: single-molecule spectroscopy, biophysics, optical design, single-molecule imaging, fluorescence spectroscopy
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I am a biophysicist with highly interdisciplinary skills across physics, chemistry, optical and electrical engineering. I'm currently interested in methodology development to study protein-protein interactions/protein aggregations at the single-molecule level. I'm also interested in deep mechanistic understandings of biological processes at the nanometer scale.

My Google Scholar Profile: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-zI19WcAAAAJ&hl=en

Awards:
2015 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Research in Biological Physics
2013 Picoquant Young Investigator's Award
2008 Top prize, Robert S. Hilbert Memorial Optical Design Competition
2007 William Larsen Memorial Award for Best Teaching Assistant

Representative projects:
Dissecting pigment organization principles of single antenna complexes in solution (PNAS, 112, 13880)
A new method to visualize single-molecule interactions (Nat. Methods,11, 555)
A single-molecule trap using microfluidics and FPGA-based feedback control (ACS Nano,5,5792)
Multi-parameter fluorescence detection on trapped single molecules (J.Phys.Chem.B. 117, 4641)
A compact zoom-lens with a folding geometry (Top prize, Robert S. Hilbert Memorial Optical Design Competition, 2008).
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