Zhan Yang, Ph.D.
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Zhan Yang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology

506-858-8970 ext: 140

B.Sc. (Hons.), Zhejiang University
M.Sc., University of Leeds
Ph.D., Napier University

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Courses Taught

Introduction to Biology
Animal Kingdom
Immunology
Microbiology
Cell Biology
Nutrition
Genetics
Neuroscience

Select Publications & Presentations

Zhan Yang, Song X. 2016. Heath Protective Factors Mitigate the Risks of Mortality and Deficit Accumulation in Ageing. JFA (The Journal of Frailty & Aging). 5 (sup 1): 106.

Zhan Yang, Song X. 2016. Heath Protective Factors Mitigate the Risks of Mortality and Deficit Accumulation in Ageing. ICFSR.

  1. Daniel Padmos, Maxine Langman, Katelyn MacDonald, Patricia Comeau, Zhan Yang, Mark Filiaggi, and Peng Zhang. 2015. Correlating the Atomic Structure of Bimetallic Silver-gold Nanoparticles to Their Antibacterial and Cytotoxic Activities. Journal of Physical Chemistry Part C. 119 (13): 7472-7482.

Guo H, Song X, Schmidt MH, Vandorpe R, Yang Z, LeBlanc E, Zhang J, Beyea S, Zhang Y, Rockwood K. 2014. A standard procedure for creating an MRI-based brain atrophy and lesion index (BALI) for the evaluation of whole brain health in aging and Alzheimer’s disease. JAD (Journal of Alzheimer’s Diseases). 42:691-703.

Shi J, Yang Z, Song X, Yu P, Fang X, Tang Z, Peng D, Mitnitski A, Rockwood K.  2014 . The limit of deficit accumulation and the five-year mortality in late mid-aged and older Chinese men and women: results from the Beijing longitudinal study of aging.  J Gerontol Med Sci  69(6):702-9.      

Zhan Yang, Song X, Shi J, Paulin Yu, Mitniski A & Rockwood K. 2013.  Sex Differences in the Limit to Deficit Accumulation in Late Middle-Aged and Older Chinese People. Canadian Geriatrics Annual Meeting.

Katelyn MacDonald, J. Daniel Padmos, Zhan Yang. 2013. Antimicrobial activities of Au-Ag alloy nanoparticles. AUUBC conference.

Bahuguna A, Yang Z and Samuel E. 2011. Slums in Chandigarh, India: a public health hazard. Indian J. Soc. Dev. 11:567-580.

Mitchell Smith and Zhan Yang. 2011.  Silver Nanoparticles, a possible alternative for antibiotics. AUUBC conference.