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Dr. Mian Jiang

Dr. Mian Jiang

Dr. Mian Jiang

Associate ProfessorNatural Sciences


Dr. Jiang has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and is a tenured faculty of Chemistry. His area of expertise is the creation and evaluation of chemical sensors for biological molecules. As such he has numerous research projects in material sciences which overlap both biology and chemistry and he takes undergraduate research students in both majors (BIOL 3300 and CHEM 3300). Dr. Jiang was on faculty leave for a portion of the fall semester so these courses represented students working with him both before and after his leave. Dr. Jiang has an active research program at UHD and he has mentored over 100 undergraduate research students since coming here. Dr. Jiang was also a 2012

Degrees Earned

Ph.D., Chemistry, Wuhan University

Courses Taught

  • BIOL 3300: Undergraduate Research
  • CHEM 1308: General Chemistry II
  • CHEM 4410: Instrumental Meth of Analysis

Experience Qualifications

  • 2005-present Assistant and Associate Professor Chemistry, UHD
  • 2001-2005 Assistant Professor Chemistry, East Tennessee State University
  • 2000-2001 Visiting Assistant Professor Chemistry, Drury University, Springfield, MO
  • 1996-2000 Postdoctoral Associate Chemistry, New Mexico State University, NM
  • 115 mentored student poster presentations off-campus since 2001

More Information

  • 58 publications since 1988
  • Over 25 professional presentations since 1995
  • 2002 Patent, Doped conducting polymer sensor applications (US 6,468,785)


2012 Teaching Excellence Award Winner, UHD