Shaopeng Wang holds a BS in biology and an MS in biophysics from Tsinghua University. He received a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from University of Miami. After two-year post-doctoral study in the Department of Physics at Florida International University, Dr. Wang became a senior research scientist at ICx Nomadics, Inc. (Now FLIR). Dr. Wang joined Biodesign Center for Bioelectronics and Biosensors at ASU as associate research professor in 2008, and promoted to full research professor in 2015. Dr. Wang is jointly appointed as associate professor by School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering and Biodesign Center for Bioelectronics and Biosensors in fall 2021.
Dr. Wang’s research interests is development of biosensors and bioanalytical instrumentations for biomedical research, biomarker discovery, drug screening and disease diagnosis, with a focus on label-free optical and electrochemical sensing for chemical and biological targets. Active projects including: Plasmonic and optical functional imaging for molecular interactions, cellular activities, and single proteins; Charge-based detection of small molecules and single proteins; Image-based rapid bacteria identification and antibiotic susceptibility test; Digital immunoassay for rapid and precise detection of blood biomarkers.
Dr. Wang has published over 100 peer reviewed journal papers, 4 book chapters and 5 issued patents, with total citation over 8000 and H-index of 47.