NGUYỄN T. K. THANH FRSC FInstP FRSB FIMMM
held a prestigious Royal Society University Research Fellowship (2005-2014) and is a Professor of Nanomaterials. She is based at UCL Nanomaterials Laboratory, at The Royal Institution of Great Britain, the oldest independent scientific research body in the world and Biophysics Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy. She is currently Vice Dean for Innovation and Enterprise, Maths & Phys. Sci. Faculty, University College London.
Her Research Interest is in Nanomaterials for Biomolecular and Biomedical Sciences and Nanotechnology.
She received the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award and Lecture 2019 for her achievement in the field of nanomaterials and her impactful project proposal.
2019 Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award Public Lecture “Nanomaterials from bench to bedside”
She is an AWARDEE OF THE IUPAC 2023 DISTINGUISHED WOMEN IN CHEMISTRY OR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING.
She was named winner 2022 RSC Interdisciplinary Prize, recognising her brilliance in research and innovation.
Her work on on “Magnetic Iron Oxide nanoflowers for a better cancer treatment” was a finalist for the Royal Society of Chemistry Emerging Technologies Competition 2022 in Health catergory.
She was awarded SCI/RSC Colloids Groups 2023 Graham Prize Lectureship to recognise an outstanding mid-career researcher in colloid and interface science. The lecture is to be delivered at UK Colloids 2023 meeting to be held in July 17th-19th 2023 in Liverpool, UK.
She is also a visiting Professor at European Engineering School in Chemistry, Polymers and Materials, University of Strasbourg, France and International University – Vietnam National Universities at Ho Chi Minh City.
MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES: From Fabrication to Clinical Applications Book, CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, Jan 2012. Review on the book
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES Book, CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, Feb 2018
2019 UCL Lunch Hour Lecture on “Nanomterials tackling the global health challenges”