About Dr. Xiaohua Huang
Dr. Huang received her PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Georgia Tech in 2006. After postdoctoral training at Georgia Tech and Emory University, she joined The University of Memphis as an assistant professor in 2010 and promoted to associate professor in 2016. Dr. Huang's research focuses on the development of advanced nanomaterials and related technologies for cancer detection and treatment. She has published ~ 50 peer-reviewed journal articles with more than 15,000 citations. She has received several honors including the American Association for Cancer Research – Women in Cancer Research Brigid G Leventhal Scholar, Oak Ridge Associated Universities' Ralph E Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award, and Early Career and Research Award in College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Memphis. Her research is supported by NIH and some other agencies.
- Postdoc. in Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology (Advisors: Prof. Shuming Nie and Prof. Mostafa A. El-Sayed), 2006 - 2010.
- PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology (Advisor: Prof. Mostafa A. El-Sayed), 2006.
- MS in Physical Chemistry, Peking University, 2001.
- BS in Chemistry, Jilin University, 1996.
Bioanalytical chemistry and cancer nanomedicine. Research areas include plasmonic and magnetic nanomaterials, circulating tumor cells (CTCs), exosomes, Raman spectroscopy, surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy, SERS imaging, and nanotechnology-enabled cancer detection and treatment.
- National Institutes of Health
- Oak Ridge Associated Universities
- Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh
- FedEx Institute of Technology Innovation Fund
- The University of Memphis