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TR35 - Bozhi Tian

University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry
Assistant Professor

Bozhi Tian received BS and MS degrees in chemistry from Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and AM and PhD degrees in physical chemistry from Harvard University in 2010. His PhD research with Professor Charles Lieber involved such areas as synthesis of new nanowire materials, the fundamental study of high-performance nanowire photovoltaics, and the application of novel nanowire devices in cells and tissue. He worked with professors Daniel Kohane and Robert Langer as a postdoctoral scholar in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. He is currently an assistant professor in physical chemistry at the University of Chicago.