Dr. Lingqian Chang received his Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from The Ohio State University (OSU) in 2016 (with Prof. Ly James Lee). Before join faculty at UNT, he was a postdoctoral fellow in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University (with Prof. Horacio Espinosa). He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering (2008) from Dalian University of Technology (Dalian, China) and M.S. in Bio-electronics (2011) from Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing, China).
His research interests are in the fields of micro-/nano-fabrication, BioMEMS, Lab-on-a-chip and micro-/nano-sensors with their application in gene delivery and cancer detection. His current research focus includes flexible patchable biomedical nano-device for in vivo gene delivery, therapy and regenerative medicine; novel micro-/nano-fabrication technologies for biomedical applications, and high-throughput BioMEMS devices for cell imaging and intracellular interrogation. In these fields he has authored/co-authored over 40 publications on peer-reviewed journals, such as Nature Nanotechnology, Nano Letters, Small, Lab Chip, etc. He also serves associated editor of the journal European Journal of Biomedical Research and the editorial board of Computer in Biology and Medicine.