Dr Toni Tang

Associated Investigator, MPICI

PhD, University of British Columbia, Canada

Main Focus

• Biomineralization mechanisms in bone and cartilage
• Structure-function relationship of bone and cartilage
• bone-cartilage interface
• Bone deformation and fracture mechanisms at macro- and microscales
• 3D volume imaging using (P)FIB-SEM to characterize biomineralized tissues

Curriculum Vitae

Education

PhD in Materials Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2012-2018
Master study in Materials Engineering, University of British Columbia, 2010-2012
Bachelor of Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2006-2010

Research credentials

Since 11/2021
Research Associate and Adjunct Assistant Professor at McMaster University
Guest Scientist at Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

2018-2021
Postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

2010-2018
Research assistant at the University of British Columbia

Research publications

Publications of Dr Toni Tang are available on Google Scholar.

Contact

Email: toni.tang@mpikg.mpg.de