Jing Tang, Ph.D

2017-2023 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 2017-2023 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
 2024- College of Engineering University of Michigan (Chemistry Tree) 
Electrochemistry, Biosensing, Human-Machine Intelligence, Neuroscience, Biomaterials, Bioelectronics, Sustainability

Dr. Jing Tang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan (U-M), where she leads the Tang Group in creating and inventing novel materials, devices, and electronics for energy, sustainability, and health applications. With more than ten years of research experience at Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Harvard University, MIT, and Fudan Univerisity, she has developed expertise in carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), energy, solid-state chemistry, electrochemistry, and bioinspired materials and devices.

Dr. Tang's research mission is to contribute to energy, sustainability, and health by harnessing the principles and phenomena from thermal sciences, mechanics, materials, chemicals, chemistry, physics, and biology. She has been recognized as a Rising Star in Chemical Engineering by MIT, a Rising Star in Engineering in Health by Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University, and one of the 35 Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review. She is also a certified teacher and a trained proposal writer. She is passionate about inspiring, training, and mentoring the next generation of scientists with curiosity, energy, passion, and enthusiasm for science. More information about the Tang research can be found at the Tang group website: https://tang.engin.umich.edu/.
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Dongyuan Zhao grad student 2016 Fudan university
Gengfeng Zheng grad student 2016 Fudan university (Chemistry Tree)
Daniel S. Kohane post-doc 2016-2017 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
Robert S. Langer post-doc 2016-2017 MIT
Yi Cui post-doc 2017-2023 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
Jeffrey Alan Reimer post-doc 2017-2023 UC Berkeley (Chemistry Tree)


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Zhenan Bao collaborator 2017-2023 Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
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Peng Y, Lai JC, Xiao X, et al. (2023) Colorful low-emissivity paints for space heating and cooling energy savings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2300856120
Jiang Y, Trotsyuk AA, Niu S, et al. (2022) Wireless, closed-loop, smart bandage with integrated sensors and stimulators for advanced wound care and accelerated healing. Nature Biotechnology
Mao H, Tang J, Day GS, et al. (2022) A scalable solid-state nanoporous network with atomic-level interaction design for carbon dioxide capture. Science Advances. 8: eabo6849
Li J, Liu Y, Yuan L, et al. (2022) A tissue-like neurotransmitter sensor for the brain and gut. Nature. 606: 94-101
Peng Y, Li W, Liu B, et al. (2021) Integrated cooling (i-Cool) textile of heat conduction and sweat transportation for personal perspiration management. Nature Communications. 12: 6122
Zheng X, Tang J, Gallo A, et al. (2021) Origin of enhanced water oxidation activity in an iridium single atom anchored on NiFe oxyhydroxide catalyst. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Mao H, Tang J, Chen J, et al. (2020) Designing hierarchical nanoporous membranes for highly efficient gas adsorption and storage. Science Advances. 6
An Y, Ren Y, Bick M, et al. (2020) Highly fluorescent copper nanoclusters for sensing and bioimaging. Biosensors & Bioelectronics. 154: 112078
Yin C, Tang J, Chen Z, et al. (2020) Effect of multisite alloying and chloride doping for realizing a high thermoelectric performance in misfit-layered chalcogenide Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 840: 155756
Wang Y, Zhao S, Zhu Y, et al. (2019) Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Porous Nanotubes Derived from Metal-Organic Frameworks for Highly Efficient Overall Water Splitting. Iscience. 23: 100761
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