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Fang, Ming (Flora)

Education

Bachelors of Science

USTC, 2008

Doctor of Philosphy
University of Michigan, 2013

    About This Team Member

    Flora received a B.S. in chemistry from University of Science and Technology of China in 2008. At USTC, she did research using state of the art Guassian 3 to study quantitative structure-property relationship of tetrathiafulvalene analogs. Flora's research at UM wsa aimed at understanding bone and skin collagen changes occurring in sheep and humans with osteoporosis disease.  She is currently working at LifeCell Corporation.

     

    Flora on graduation day with Meagan.

    Publications

    Estrogen and drug treatment alter the microstructure of type I collagen in bone

    M. A Cauble, M. J. Muckley, M. Fang, J. A. Fessler, K. Welch, E. D. Rothman, B. G. Orr, L. T. Duong, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Bone Reports
    2016
    5
    243-251

    Alteration of Type I collagen microstructure induced by estrogen depletion can be prevented with drug treatment

    M. A. Cauble, E. Rothman, K. Welch, M. Fang, L. T. Duong, B. L. Pennypacker, B. G. Orr, and M. M. Banaszak Holl
    BoneKey
    2015
    4
    697

    Crystallinity and compositional changes in carbonated apatites: Evidence from 31P solid-state NMR, Raman, and AFM analysis.

    J.-D. P. McElderry, P. Zhu, K. H. Mroue, J. Xu, B. Pavan, M. Fang, G. Zhao, E. McNerny, D. H. Kohn, R. T. Franceschi, M. M.Banaszak Holl, M. M. J. Tecklenburg, A. Ramamoorthy, M. D. Morris.
    Journal of Solid State Chemistry
    2013
    206
    192-198

    Nanoscale Structure of type I collagen fibrils:  Quantitative measurement of D-spacing

    B. Erickson, M. Fang, J. M. Wallace, B. G. Orr, C. M. Les, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Biotechnology Journal
    2013
    8
    117-126

    Type I Collagen Self-Assembly: The Roles of Substrate and Concentration

    M. Fang, E. Goldstein, E. K. Matich, B. G. Orr, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Langmuir
    2013
    29
    2330-2338

    Variation in type I collagen fibril nanomorphology: the significance and origin

    M. Fang, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    BoneKEy
    2013
    2
    394

    Estrogen Depletion Results in Nanoscale Morphology Changes in Dermal Collagen

    M. Fang, K. G. Liroff, A. S. Turner, C. M. Les, B. G. Orr, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Journal of Investigative Dermatology
    2012
    132,
    1791-1797

    Type I Collagen D-spacing in Fibril Bundles of Dermis, Tendon, and Bone: Bridging Between Nano- and Micro-level Tissue Hierarchy

    M. Fang, E. Goldstein, A. S. Turner, C. M. Les, B. G. Orr, G.J. Fisher, K. A. Welch, E. D. Rothman, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    ACS Nano
    2012
    6
    9503-9514

    A Quantitative Assessment of Nanoparticle-Ligand Distributions: Implications for Targeted Drug and Imaging Delivery in Dendrimer Conjugates

    D. G. Mullen, M. Fang, A. M. Desai, J. R. Baker, B. G. Orr, and M. M Banaszak Holl
    ACS Nano
    2010,
    4,
    657-670.

    Effect of Mass Transport in the Synthesis of Partially Acetylated Dendrimer:  Implications for Functional Ligand-Nanoparticle Interactions

    D. G Mullen, E. L. Borgmeier, M. Fang, D. Q. McNerny, A. Desai, J. R. Baker, B. G. Orr, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Macromolecules
    2010,
    43,
    6577-6587.

    Type 1 Collagen Exists as a Distribution of Nanoscale Morphologies in Teeth, Bones, and Tendons

    J. M. Wallace, Q. Chen, M. Fang, B. Erickson, B. G. Orr, M. M. Banaszak Holl
    Langmuir
    2010,
    26,
    7349-7354.