Prof Ning Fang is associate Professor of Rotational Tracking and Single Molecule Catalysis at the School of Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University, USA. His obtained the doctoral degree at University of British Columbia in 2006 and his postdoctoral research was at Iowa State University and Ames Laboratory between 2006-2008. He was assistant professor of Iowa State University; Faculty Scientist between 2008-2015. Since 2015, He has been the associate professor of Georgia State University. Prof Ning is mainly engaged in the research of Single Molecule and Nanoparticle Imaging, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Biophysics, and Microfluidics. Many research papers have been published in internationally renowned academic journals such as Nat. Catal, Nat. Commun, PNAS, J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed and so on.
Far-field optical imaging methods are essential for precise visualization of the dynamics of biomolecules and nanoparticles because they require no contact and make minimal intrusion to the sample. Our research aims to open up new frontiers in chemical and biological discovery through the development and use of novel optical imaging methods, which provide sub-diffraction-limited spatial resolution, high angular resolution (for anisotropic imaging probes), excellent detectability, and/or nanometer localization precision for single molecules and nanoparticles.