Award Winning Scientist Heads WPIs Biosensing Division

Dr. Zhang makes a presentationAbout Dr. Xueji Zhang

The notable expert in the area of electrochemical sensors, Xueji Zhang, PhD, Sr. Vice President and Chief Scientist at WPI, is leading the development for microsensors (including the ISO-H2S-100-Cxx) for free radical detection and many other applications. His research includes bio-analysis, electrochemical sensors and biosensors, microelectrodes, ultramicroelectrodes and nanoelectrodes, nanosensors, free radical sensors, nitric oxide sensors, cancer diagnostic, design and application of biomedical instrumentation.

Dr. Zhang has written hundreds of published research papers. Listed below is a select list of Dr. Zhang's papers covering the detection of Hydrogen Sulfide. We are very proud to share the research findings with you. Please email for a copy of the paper(s).

  • Zhang XJ, et al., Electrochemical Sensors Biosensors and their Applications, Elsevier 2008.
  • Zhang XJ, et al., Electrochemical hydrogen sulfide biosensors. Analyst. 2016;141:1185-95.
  • Zhang XJ, et al., A Novel enzymatic method for determination of homocysteine using electrochemical hydrogen sulfide sensor, Frontiers in Bioscience, 2007, 12, 3774

Dr. Zhang is a national chair professor and director of University of Science & Technology, Beijing, China. He is also an adjunct professor of University of Tokyo, University of South Florida, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PLA 301 hospital. He is president of the Chinese Alliance of Biodetection & Biomonitoring. He is the honorary president of MITBJ (Material and Industrial Technology Research Institute Beijing). He has published over 350 papers in peer-reviewed journals, authored 8 books and 65 patents. He has developed numerous biomedical sensors, instruments and devices for commercialization. Dr. Zhang also serves as the editor-in-chief of Frontiers in Bioscience ( and American Journal of Biomedical Sciences ( and has been a member of the advisory editor board of 19 other international journals. He has received numerous awards and honors including academician of Russian Academy of Engineering (2013), Fellow of American Institute for Medical & Bioengineering (2016), Fellow of Royal Chemistry Society (2014), Fellow of Chinese Chemical Society (2014), Scientist of the Year in China (2015), Engineer of the Year in China (2016) and W. Simon Fellow of ICSC-World lab, United Nations (1996).

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