John HT Luong
Professor, National Research Council
University College Cork, Canada
John H.T. Luong is Distinguished Research Scientist and the Head of Nanobiotechnology and Biosensor Technology at the National Research
Council Canada and a Walton fellow (Science Foundation of Ireland), Department of Chemistry at University College Cork, Ireland. He was the Head of Biomedical Engineering Division of Nanyang Technological University of Singapore. He has published over 260 research papers and 10 patents. He obtained his PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering-Biochemical Engineering from McGill University in 1978. He has received several awards for his contribution to various research areas such as nanobiotechnology, biosensor technology, separation science, and biochemical engineering. He has served as an editorial member and Guest Editor of several journals. He has received over 6300 citations with an h-index of 43. To date, he has supervised over 30 post-doctoral fellows and PhD students.
Bioconjugation, nanomedicine, synthesis of bionanomaterials, nanomaterials, bioelectroanalysis, surface chemistry, cell based impedance spectroscopy, cell based assays, capillary electrophoresis, Raman spectroscopy and other spectroscopy techniques.