NanoMedicine International Conference and Exhibition 2018

NanoMed 2018
23 - 25 Oct 2018 | Venice Italy
Speaker's Details
Prof. Peilin Chen
Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Prof. Peilin Chen received his Bachelor degree in Chemistry from National Taiwan University in 1990 and obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from University of California, Irvine in 1998 under the supervision  of Prof. Peter Rentzepis. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow in Prof. Somorjai’s group in the Chemistry department  of  University  of  California,  Berkeley  between  1999  and  2001.  Prof.  Chen  joined  Research Center  for  Applied  Sciences,  Academia  Sinica,  Taiwan  as  an  Assistant  Research  Fellow  in  2001.  He  was promoted to Associate Research Fellow and Research Fellow in 2005 and 2010, respectively. He served as the  deputy  director  of  the Research  Center  for  Applied  Sciences  between  2010  and  2012  and  the  Chief Executive Officer of the thematic center of Optoelectronic in 2012. Prof. Chen was an adjunct Professor in the Chemistry Department of the National Taiwan University between 2007 and 2011, and visiting Professor in  RIKEN  and  Kyoto  University.  Prof.  Chen  received  several  prestigious  awards  in  Taiwan  including Research  Award  for  Junior  Research  Investigators in  Academia  Sinica, Ta-You  Wu  Memorial  Award of National Research Council and Career Development Award in Academia Sinica. Prof. Chen has authored or co-authored  more  than  120  papers  in  refereed  journals  and  conference  proceedings,  he  has delivered more than 50  invited  talks  in  international  meetings  and  conferences.  He  organized  more  than  10  international symposia.Prof. Chen has initiated many national and international collaborative researcheson development and  applications  of nanomedicine. Prof.  Chen  has  been  awarded  several  major  funding  for  both  domestic and  international  projects.  He  was  sitting  on  several  domestic  review  panels  and  served  as  an  advisor  for several international programs. Prof. Chen’s research topics cover a broad spectrum of nanotechnology with a  focus  on  the  application  in  nanomedicine.  Currently,  he  is  working  on  the  synthesis  of  nanoparticles  for drug  delivery  and  bio-imaging,  the  development  of  novel  imaging  tools  including  intravital  and  super-resolution imaging, the fabrication of bioelectronics device for cell sensing and isolation.