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Journal of Chromatography & Separation Techniques

Journal of Chromatography & Separation Techniques
Open Access

ISSN: 2157-7064

Shengmin Sang

Shengmin Sang

Shengmin Sang
Associate Professor
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies, USA

Biography

Dr Shengmin Sang is an Associate Professor in the Center of Excellence for PostHarvest Technologies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univesity He is also an adjunct faculty in the Department of Chemical Biology School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University and in the Department of Food Bioprocessing and Nutritional Sciences at North Carolina State University He obtained his PhD degree as a natural product chemist from Shanghai Institute of Material Medicine Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1999 He has published 110 peerreviewed articles in reputable journals and 15 book chapters He has coedited a book titled “Herbs: Challenges in Chemistry and Biology” He has also received two US patents Dr Sang’s research has been supported by research grants from NIH US Department of Agriculture private foundations as well as private companies His outstanding research in the area of food and health was recognized by winning year 2007’s Young Scientist Award of the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society and year 2009’s Matthew Suffness Young Investigator Award which is currently the highest honor for an investigator in the first ten years of his independent research career in the American Society of Pharmacognosy.

Research Interest

Purifying and identifying bioactive components from herbal medicine and functional foods; • Standardization and quality control of herbal medicine and functional foods; • Studying the bioavailability and biotransformation of bioactive food components in animals and humans; • Studying the preventive effects of dietary polyphenols on the development of diabetic complications focusing on the trapping of reactive dicarbonyl compounds and the formation of Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs) using in vitro and animal models; • Developing new chemopreventive agents from dietary sources using in vitro and animal models.• Using metabolomic approach to study dietary exposure markers.

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