Selected Trainees: Undergraduates, Graduate Students
• Tara DuBridge 2022-Present an undergraduate at UC Berkeley • Kalana Marie Penetrante 2022-Present an undergraduate at UC Berkeley • Julianne Oshiro 2022-Present incoming graduate student at Columbia University in the City of New York • Kendra Htut 2019-2022 an undergraduate at UC Berkeley • Daisy Wang 2012-2019 a postdoc at UC Berkeley • Constantine J. Athanitis 2018 Summer an undergraduate student at Stanford University • Bruce Wang 2016 summer a graduate student at Princeton University • Ben Read 2017 Summer a graduate student at MIT • Minh-Thuy Nguyen2017 Summer a medical graduate student at Boston University • Jiren Zeng 2013-2014 a graduate student at UC Santa Barbara • Tiance An 2013-2015 a graduate student at Monash University, Australia • Yingzhou Quan 2012-2015 a graduate student at The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
• Responsibility: Provided experimental training, data analysis and guidance at all stages of their research from idea conception to paper- writing and co-authored forty publications.
Selected Awards by Trainees • FDUROP, the Deng-Hui program, the Wang-Dao program, the Hui-Chun Chin & Tsung-Dao Lee Chinese Undergraduate Research Endowment • Student's Academic Science and Technology Innovation Action Support Program of Fudan University • Mentees got National Grand Prize winner of “Challenge Cup” national undergraduate academic science and technology event • National Scholarship • Top Outstanding Undergraduate • Extraordinary Undergraduate and Graduate Student
Stanford Pedagogical Training: Teaching Certificate Offered by Stanford in 2019 • Scientific Teaching Institute Stanford University 2019 • Certified completion of 24 hours of professional development in scientific teaching • Instructors: Dr. Kimberley Tanner (San Francisco State University) and Jeff Schinske (Foothill College) Science by the Pint event at the Burren in Davis Square at Harvard • “Science by the Pint”, a public event organized by graduate students and supported by Harvard Medical School. • Science by the Pint began with Prof. Dr. Kohane giving a lecture on new medical technologies for biomaterials and drug delivery. • After the talk, Dr. Kohane lab members sat with people in the audience to discuss their projects and to answer questions.
Teaching Assistant: CHEM120005/CHEM120006General Chemistry Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 (Undergraduate Level) • Nationally InauguralRecognized Courses Taught in English • Foreign Students' English Teaching Demonstration Course • Instructor: Prof. Gengfeng Zheng • Responsibility: Assessment, designing and grading problem sets, held weekly office hours and homework correcting CHEM130070 Nanowire Materials and Functional Devices Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 (Graduate Level) • Shanghai Graduate Key Course • Fudan University Quality Course • Instructor: Prof. Gengfeng Zheng • Responsibility: Assessment, designing and grading problem sets, held weekly office hours and homework correcting.
Distinctions (For Teaching and Training) • Outstanding Teaching Assistant for General Chemistry (Brand Courses Taught in English for Overseas) (2015) • Outstanding Teaching Award for the First National Brand Course Taught in English, Fudan University (2015)
Jing Tang co-hosted and organized an elementary school STEM outreach program (collaborating with the DOW Chemical company), to inspire a diverse group of young students to consider careers in STEM fields, to foster innovation and equip these young people to build a more sustainable future. In addition, Jing organized educational outreach programs for diverse high school and middle school students, bringing them in to visit laboratories, to give them a direct experience of work in STEM fields.
11. Solid State NMR Instructor: Prof. Jeffrey A. Reimer 10. MATSCI 303: Principles, Materials and Devices of Batteries Instructor: Prof. Yi Cui 9. Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology Instructor: Prof. Yi Cui 8. Exploring Neural Circuits Instructor: Prof. Liqun Luo 7. Special Topics in Functional Organic Materials for Electronic and Optical Devices Instructor: Prof. Zhenan Bao 6. Optogenetics and Fiber Photometry Summer Workshop Director and Supervisor: Prof. Karl Deisseroth 5. Hydrogel-enabled Tissue Clearing Introductory (CLARITY) Workshop Director and Supervisor: Prof. Karl Deisseroth 4. Principles and Practice of Optogenetics for Optical Control of Biological Tissues Instructor: Prof. Karl Deisseroth 3. Basic Principles of Heterogeneous Catalysis with Applications in Energy Transformations Instructor: Prof. Jens Norskov 2. Energy: Chemical Transformations for Production, Storage, and Use Instructor: Prof. Thomas F. Jaramillo 1. Materials Advances in Neurotechnology: Materials Meeting the Mind Instructor: Prof. Guosong Hong
SUNCAT Summer Institute at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
39. College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2022) 38. Materials Innovation for Carbon Capture by Advanced Magnetic Resonance Methods, 61st Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance, Colorado, 2022 37. Cellulose Derived Hierarchical Nanopore-Spaced Membranes by Murray’s Law for Gas Capture and Storage, MRS Spring Meeting, 2022 36. Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage, Gordon Research Conference (GRC), Ventura, CA, 2022 35. Rising Stars in Chemical Engineering Program at MIT (2021) 34. Rising Stars in Engineering in Health by Johns Hopkins University and Columbia University (2021) 33. Revealing Molecular Mechanisms in Hierarchical Nanoporous Carbon by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, 2021. 32. Global Broadcast iCANX Lecture (2021). 31. Microsystems & Nanoengineering-Nature Research journal (2021). 30. TEDxBallston (2021). 29. Institute for Translational Brain Research, Fudan University (2021). 28. EmTech, MIT Technology Review (2020). 27. Global Scientific and Technological Innovation Center, Zhejiang University (2020). 26. Nanowire Arrays for Artificial Retina, MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, 2019. 25. Shining Light on the Nervous System: From Biomaterials to Bioelectronics, AIChE Annual Meeting, Orlando, 2019. 24. Nanowire Arrays Restore Vision in Blind Mice, AIChE Annual Meeting, Orlando, 2019. 23. Photoelectrochemical Sensor, AIChE Annual Meeting, Orlando, 2019. 22. Shining Light on the Nervous System: From Biomaterials to Bioelectronics, Brain, and Electrochemistry Symposium in Atlanta, 2019. 21. (Contributed Talk) Shining Light on the Nervous System: From Biomaterials to Bioelectronics, Materials and Devices for Brain-like Computing, Molecular Foundry User Meeting at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA, 2019. 20. (Invited Talk) Nanowire Arrays Restore Vision in Blind Mice, Jing Tang, Northern California Chapter of the AAPM-Young Investigator Symposium,Department of Bioengineering, University of Berkeley, 2019. 19. Bio-Inspired Nanowire Arrays as Artificial Photoreceptors for Retinal Prosthesis, The Electrochemical Society, USA, 2019. 18. Photoelectrochemical Biosensing,The Electrochemical Society, USA, 2019. 17. Nanowire arrays restore vision in blind mice, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, USA, 2018. (Chair the Session: Sensors for Monitoring Tissue Models) 16. (Contributed Talk) Neuron-Nanowire Interfaces for Artificial Retina, Molecular Foundry User Meeting at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2018. 15. 3D WS2 Nanosheet-Networks as H2O2 for Cell Signaling, MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix, 2016. 14. (Invited Talk) Functional Materials for Biointerfaces, Singapore Challenge, Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS) @one-north, Singapore, 2016. 13. Nanowire-Based Sensing and Cellular Interfacing, ShanghaiTech Advances In Research (STAR) Symposium, 2015. 12. Nanowire-Cellular interfaces for PEC sensing, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, 2015. 11. (Invited Talk) Neuron-nanowire interfaces for artificial retina, U21 Conference, 2015. 10. Functional Nanowires for Nano-bio-Interfaces, The International Symposium on Energy Chemistry & Materials (ISECM ISECM-1), 2015. 9. Solar Energy-Driven Photoelectrochemical Biosensing and Cellular Interfacing Using TiO2 Nanowires, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 2015. 8. Hybrid Nanowires for Energy Conversion and Storage, International Union of Materials Research Societies-International Conference on Advanced Materials, 2014. 7. Multifunctional Carbon Quantum Dot-Based in-vivo Imaging and Drug Delivery, IUMRS-ICAM, 2014. 6. Photoelectrochemical Detection of Glutathione by IrO2-Hemin-TiO2 Nanowire Arrays, International Functional Materials Symposium, Singapore, 2014. 5. (Invited Talk) Novel Nanowires for Ageing-related Biomedical Sensing and Therapeutics, U21 Conference, New Zealand, 2014. 4. Solar-Driven Nanowires for Biomedical Sensing and Therapeutics, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, USA, 2014. 3. Semiconductor Nanowires for Biosensing, The 9th Sino-US Nano Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology, 2014. 2. Carbon Quantum Dot-Based in-vivo Imaging and Drug Delivery, The 3rd International Colloids and Interfaces Conference, 2013. 1. Functional Carbon Quantum Dots for PEC Biosensing, The 8th Sino-US Nano Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology, 2013.
The Northern California AAPM Chapter 2019 Young Investigators Symposium-University of California, Berkeley