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Shun Shen, Ph.D.

Associate Research Scientist
The Institute for Translational Nanomedicine, Shanghai East Hospital, The Institute for Biomedical Engineering & Nano Science, Tongji University
Address:67 Chifeng Rd. Shanghai, 200092, P.R. China
Tel/Fax:+086-021-65988029
Email: sshen@tongji.edu.cn

 
 

EDUCATION
2008.03-2012.06 PhD, Pharmaceutics, Fudan University, Supervised by Professor Xinguo Jiang
2002.09-2005.09 M.S., Analytical Chemistry, Fudan University, Supervised by Professor Xiangmin Zhang
1998.09-2002.06 B.S., Pharmacy, Fudan University, China
 
POSITIONS HELD
2016.04 till now  Associated Professor, Tongji University, China
2005.07-2016.3  Research Assistant, Fudan University, China

Biographical Sketch
Shun Shen got his B.S., M.S., PhD in Pharmacy, Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics at Fudan University in 2002, 2005, 2012. The research subjects are design and synthesis of nanomaterials for drug delivery, photothermal therapy and bioanalysis. Shun Shen has published nearly 13 papers as the first or corresponding author in the journals such as Biomaterials, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Journal of Chromatography A, etc.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

[1] Wang S, Zhang Q, Yang P, Yu XR, Huang LY, Shen S*, Cai SJ*. Manganese oxide-coated carbon nanotubes as dual-modality lymph mapping agents for photothermal therapy of tumor metastasis. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 8 (2016) 3736-3743.
[2] Rui Zheng, Sheng Wang, Ye Tian, Xinguo Jiang, Deliang Fu, Shun Shen*, Wuli Yang*. Polydopamine-coated magnetic composite particles with an enhanced photothermal effect. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 7 (2015) 15876-15884.
[3] Wang S, Zhang Q, Luo XF, Li J, He H, Yang F, Di Y, Jin C, Jiang XG, Shen S*, Fu DL*. Magnetic graphene-based nanotheranostic agent for dual-modality mapping guided photothermal therapy in regional lymph nodal metastasis of pancreatic cancer. Biomaterials. 35 (2014) 9473-9483.
[4] Shen S, Wang S, Zheng R, Xiaoyan Zhu, Jiang XG, Fu DL, Yang WL*.  Magnetic nanoparticle clusters for photothermal therapy with near-infrared irradiation. Biomaterials. 39 (2015) 67-74.
[5] Shen S, Tang HY, Zhang XT, Ren JF, Pang ZQ, Wang DG, Gao HL, Qian Y, Jiang XG*, Yang WL*. Targeting mesoporous silica-encapsulated gold nanorods for chemo-photothermal therapy with near-infrared radiation. Biomaterials. 34 (2013) 3150-3158. Highly Cited Papers
[6] Shen S*, Ren JF, Zhu XY, Pang ZQ, Lu XH, Jiang XG*, Deng CH. Monodisperse magnetites anchored onto carbon nanotubes: A platform for cell imaging, magnetic manipulation and enhanced photothermal treatment of tumor. J. Mater. Chem. B. 1 (2013) 1939-1946.
[7] Ren JF1, Shen S1, Wang DG, Xi ZJ, Guo LR, Pang ZQ, Qian Y, Sun XY, Jiang XG*. The targeted delivery of anticancer drugs to brain glioma by PEGylated oxidized multi-walled carbon nanotubes modified with angiopep-2. Biomaterials. 33 (2012) 3324-3333. Highly Cited Papers
[8] Ren JF1, Shen S1, Pang ZQ, Lu XH, Deng CH*, Jiang XG*. Facile synthesis of superparamagnetic Fe3O4@Au nanoparticles for photothermal destruction of cancer cells. Chem. Commun. 47 (2011) 11692-11694.
[9] Yu PF, Ma HW, Shang Y, Wu J, Shen S*. PEGylated magnetic carbon nanotubes as nanosorbents for the determination of methylprednisolone in rat plasma by high performance liquid chromatography J. Chromatogr. A. 1348 (2014)27-33.
[10] Yu PF, Wang Q, Ma HW, Wu J, Shen S*.Determination of puerarin in rat plasma using PEGylated magnetic carbon nanotubes by high performance liquid chromatography. J. Chromatogr. B.  959(2014)56-61.
[11] Shen S, Ren JF, Chen J, Lu XH, Deng CH, Jiang XG*. Development of magnetic multiwalled carbon nanotubes combined with near-infrared radiation-assisted desorption for the determination of tissue distribution of doxorubicin liposome injects in rats. J. Chromatogr. A 1218 (2011) 4619-4626. (IF=4.5)
[12] Chu B, Lou DJ, Yu PF, Hu SN*, Shen S*. Development of an on-column enrichment technique based on C18-functionalized magnetic silica nanoparticles for the determination of lidocaine in rat plasma by high performance liquid chromatography. J. Chromatogr. A 1218 (2011) 7248-7253.
[13] Wang Q, Huang LJ, Yu PF, Wang JC, Shen S*. Magnetic solid-phase extraction and determination of puerarin in rat plasma using C18-functionalized magnetic silica nanoparticles by high performance liquid chromatography. J. Chromatogr. B 912 (2013) 33-37.

 

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