Silica based nanostructures for cancer therapy

Zan Dai is focusing on the synthesis of silica based nanostructures for cancer therapy​

Zan Dai achieved his master degree from Wuhan Institute of Technology. His major was chemical engineering. He is now focusing on material synthesis for  biomedical applications

Key Publications

  1. Zan Dai, Fan Qin, Huiping Zhao, Fan Tian, Yunling Liu and Rong Chen*, Time-dependent evolution of the Bi3.64Mo0.36O6.55/Bi2MoO6heterostructure for enhanced photocatalytic activity via the interfacial hole migration, Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 11991-11999.
  2. Zan Dai, Fan Qin, Huiping Zhao, Jie Ding, Yunling Liu, and Rong Chen*, Crystal Defect Engineering of Aurivillius Bi2MoO6 by Ce Doping for Increased Reactive Species Production in Photocatalysis, ACS Catal., 2016, 6, 3180-3192.
  3. Jie Ding, Zan Dai, Fan Qin, Huiping Zhao, Shuai Zhao and Rong Chen*, Z-scheme BiO1-xBr/Bi2O2CO3 photocatalyst with rich oxygen vacancy as electron mediator for highly efficient degradation of antibiotics, Appl. Catal. B Environ., 2017, 205, 281-291.
  4. Jie Ding, Zan Dai, Fan Tian, Bo Zhou, Bin Zhao, Huiping Zhao, Zhiquan Chen, Yunling Liu and Rong Chen*, Generation of VBr'VBi'''VO'' defect clusters for 1O2 production for molecular oxygen activation in photocatalysis, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2017, 5, 23453-23459.
  5. Shuai Zhao, Zan Dai, Wenjin Guo, Fengxi Chen, Yunling Liu and Rong Chen*, Highly selective oxidation of glycerol over Bi/Bi3.64Mo0.36O6.55 heterostructure: Dual reaction pathways induced by photogenerated 1O2 and holes, Appl. Catal. B Environ., 2019, 244, 206-214.
Featured projects Duration
Cancer therapy and immunotherapy