Kelong Fan, Institute of Biophysics, CAS, Beijing, China
Prof. Kelong Fan received his Ph.D. degree in cell biology from the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2014. After which he stayed to further pursue 3 years postdoc training and 2 years of associate professor work experience before attaining a full professor position in 2019. He is interested in exploring the novel functions and applications of nanozyme in biomedicine, with top priority to design functional nanozyme by learning from nature, and to develop novel strategies for disease theranostics. He now serves as Associate Editor of Exploration and Guest Editor of Frontiers in Chemistry.
Subject Keywords: nanozyme, ferritin, tumor catalytic therapy, drug delivery, protein & peptides
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