SUN, MINJIE

Release date:2016-05-17  Release:


SUN, MINJIE, Ph. D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics

School of Pharmacy

Phone: +86-25-83271098

Email: sun_minjie@163.com

Research Summary

Dr Sun’s research is in the broad area of drug delivery system with emphasis on the development of new nanomedicine to delivery siRNA or drug to better treat tumor, fibrosis and other diseases. Current research focus is on the design of multifunctional nanoparticles and sustained release drug system based on polysaccharide derivatives with applications in the treatment of cancer and inflammatory conditions.

Also, she led a group of 5-6 graduate students on research projects of nanostructure carriers for tumor targeting delivery.

Education

2008-2013Ph.D, in Pharmaceutics (Supervisor: Prof. Qineng Ping), China Pharmaceutical University,  

Nanijng, China

2002-2005    M.S, in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

(Supervisor: Prof. Yiqiao Hu), Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

1995-1999   B.S. in Polymer Science and Engineering,

Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

Academic Experience

7/2011–present  Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics,

     China Pharmaceutical University

7/2005–6/2011  Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics,

China Pharmaceutical University

Awards and Honors

2015        Six talent peaks project , Jiangsu Province

2006, 2009   Excellent Mentor for Undergraduate Research

Design, the Department of Education of

Jiangsu Province

2009        ISP Awards of Teacher, China Pharmaceutical

University

1999        Excellent Graduate, Nanjing University

Publications

[1]Y Xie, H Qiao, Z Su, M Chen, Q Ping, M Sun*. PEGylated carboxymethyl chitosan/calcium phosphate hybrid anionic nanoparticles mediated hTERT siRNA delivery for anticancer therapy. Biomaterials. 2014, 35(27): 7978.

[2] H Qiao, M Sun(co-first author) , Z Su, Y Xie, M Chen, L Zong, Y Gao, H Li, J Qi, Q Zhao, X Gu, Q Ping*Kidney-specific drug delivery system for renal fibrosis based on coordination-driven assembly of catechol-derived chitosan. Biomaterials. 2014, 35(25): 7157.

[3] M Xu, M Sun*, H Qiao, Q Ping, E S Elamin. Preparation and evaluation of colon adhesive pellets of 5-aminosalicylic acid. Int. J. Pharm. 2014, 468(1-2): 165.

[4] Y Xie, Y Chen, M Sun*, Q Ping. A mini review of biodegradable calcium phosphate nanoparticles for gene delivery. Curr. Pharm. Biotechnol. 2013; 14(10): 918.

[5] M Sun, Y Wang, J Shen, Y Xiao, Z Su, Q Ping*. Octreotide-modification enhances the delivery and targeting of doxorubicin-loaded liposomes to somatostatin receptors expressing tumor in vitro and in vivo.Nanotechnology. 2010, 21(47):475101.

[6] J Qi, M Sun (co-first author), Ping Q*, et.al. The mechanisms for enhanced oral absorption of hydroxysafflor yellow A by chuanxiong volatile oil. Planta Med.2010, 76(8):786.

[7] B Sun, M Sun (co-first author), Z Gu, Q Shen*. Conjugated polymer fluorescence probe for intracellular imaging of magnetic nanoparticles. Macromolecules, 2010, 43(24), 10348.

[8] J LiM Sun (co-first author), Q Ping*. Metabolism, excretion and bioavailability of hydroxysafflor yellow A after oral administration of its lipid-based formulation and aqueous solution in rats. Chinese J Nat. Med.2010, 8(3), 233.

[9] J Shen, M Sun, Q Ping*, Z Ying, W Liu. Incorporation of liquid lipid in lipid nanoparticles for ocular drug delivery enhancement. Nanotechnology. 2010, 21(2):025101.