Professor, President of Chinese Society of Molecular Imaging
Beijing, China 北京市中国
Prof. Fan Wang received her bachelor’s degree (Physics) and master’s degree (Biochemistry) in Jilin University, China, in 1988 and 1991, respectively. She received Ph.D. (Isotope Technology) in 1997 from China Institute of Atomic Energy. After the postdoctoral training at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and at Dr. Welch’s Lab in the Washington University in St Louis from 1998 to 2000, she came back to China and become a PI in Peking University, where she established the Medical Isotopes Research Center and has been serving as the director since then. Prof. Wang is the current president of the Chinese Society of Molecular Imaging. Prof. Wang has been focusing on the research and development of radiopharmaceuticals for diagnostic imaging and targeted radionuclide therapy of cancer. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers and been granted 18 patents.
PET/SPECT, Oncology, Radiotherapy
Work/Life Balance, Time Management, Leadership Skills, Career Transitions, Alternative Career Paths, Project Management
In my free time, I enjoy…
Going to restaurants with my family and/or friends, Going to the cinema with my family, Traveling with my family and friends, Chatting with friends, Exercising, Cooking.