Dr. Sanjun Fan | Sers Sensor | Best Researcher Award

Department of chemistry and biochemistry, OSU United States

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Sanjun Fan's academic journey commenced with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Heilongjiang University, China, followed by successive Master's degrees in Organic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry from Guangzhou University and Auburn University, respectively. He pursued his doctoral studies in Analytical Chemistry under the mentorship of Scientia Prof. Justin Gooding at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Professional Endeavors

His professional endeavors spanned various research and teaching roles. He served as a Graduate Research Assistant at Guangzhou University, Auburn University, and the University of New South Wales. Additionally, he held positions as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Shenzhen University and The Ohio State University.

Contributions and Research Focus

His research primarily focuses on electrochemistry, with a specialization in areas such as bipolar electrochemistry, electrochemical sensors, surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS), and super-resolution Raman spectroscopy. His work encompasses controlling biomolecular binding events using potential pulsing and exploring optimal nanoparticles for single-particle SERS sensing.

Accolades and Recognition

Throughout his career, Fan has received numerous accolades and awards, including the Dow Fellowship, travel awards sponsored by local ACS sections and academic institutions, the Black Scholarship at the University of New South Wales, and the Biosensors and Bioelectronics prize at the 33rd World Biosensor Congress.

Impact and Influence

He contributions to the field of electrochemistry and analytical chemistry have been notable, as evidenced by his presentations at prestigious conferences such as PITTCON and SciX. His research has advanced our understanding of electrochemical techniques and their applications in various domains, including biosensing and molecular analysis.

Legacy and Future Contributions

His legacy lies in his dedication to advancing the frontiers of electrochemistry and analytical chemistry through innovative research and impactful teaching. His future contributions are poised to further enrich these fields, driving forward discoveries and applications that benefit both academia and society at large.


A total of  492  citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations         492
  • h-index            8
  • i10-index         8

Notable Publications 

 C Jiang, SM Silva, S Fan, Y Wu, MT Alam, G Liu, JJ Gooding,.. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry
 M Yu, SL Ambrose, ZL Whaley, S Fan, JD Gorden, RJ Beyers,.. Journal of the American Chemical Society
T Wang, S Fan, R Erdmann, C Shannon Langmuir
C Jiang, MT Alam, SM Silva, S Taufik, S Fan, JJ Gooding,.. ACS sensors
B You, J Jiang, S Fan,.. ACS applied materials & interfaces
S Fan, JEA Webb, Y Yang, DJ Nieves, VR Gonçales, J Tran, G Hilzenrat,.. Angewandte Chemie
Sanjun Fan | Sers Sensor | Best Researcher Award

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