Irradiation controlled drug release from photosensitive polymeric membrane, nanoparticles, or other drug delivery systems (DDS). Novel DDS requires response to environmental factors, such as pH, heat, magnetic fields, irradiation,
blood glucose and other molecules. Based on those responses, the release of molecules can be tuned according to the physical environmental changes after administration, or can even be controlled by factors out of body. Among those factors, irradiation
is easily available and controllable in real life, and therefore very attractive.
Design and characterization of controlled drug delivery through non-invasive routes, including oral, gastrointestinal and transdermal DDS. A typical and widely-used invasive administration is injection, which causes pain of patients,
extremely lowering their compliance. Besides, long term of injections may result physical injury. On the contrary, Non-invasive administrations, for example, oral solid formulations and transdermal patches, can obtain a higher compliance and therefore
be more desirable.
Song Li, Hua Zhang, Xueqing Wang, Jiancheng Wang, Xuan Zhang, Qiang Zhang. Study On An Insulin-loaded Oral Nano-matrix Drug Delivery System. Chinese Pharmaceutical Journal, 2012, accepted.
2011-present PhD student, Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
2009-2011 M.S., Department of Pharmaceutics, School of
Pharmaceutical Science, Peking University
2005-2009 B.S., School of Pharmaceutical Science, Peking University
Nov 2010 3rd-Class Prize for Excellent Academic Poster of 2010 Annual Conference, Chinese Society of Micro-Nano Technology (CSMNT)
Oct 2009 National LIZHI Scholarship, China
Oct 2007 DANXIANG
Scholarship for Excellent Medicinal Student, Peking University
Dec 2006 3rd-Class Prize for Physics Competition of National University Students, China
Nov 2006 DANXIANG Award for excellent social activities,
Oct 2006 2nd-Class Scholarship for Excellent Medicinal Student, Peking University