Chao-Huei Jeffrey Wang Memorial Achievement Award

Dr. Chao-Huei Jeffrey Wang Wang emigrated from Taiwan to the United States in 1968 to pursue a Master's degree. He later received a Ph.D. in organic chemistry and subsequently did a post doctorate at Amherst College with Dr. Alan Waggoner. During this time, he developed fluorescent dyes intended for optical probes of membrane potential. In 1992, Dr. Wang founded Spherotech, Inc.


The Annual Chao-Huei Jeffrey Wang Memorial Achievement Award was created in 2009 in recognition of the lifetime achievements and contributions to the flow cytometry community by Dr. Chao-Huei Jeffrey Wang. The travel grant will be awarded to an individual beginning their scientific career and studying or working in the US. This award is established as a training grant to be used to offset costs of the winner to:

The GLIIFCA Travel Grants are supported by Spherotech. The company was established in 1992 to manufacture and supply uniform microparticles for biomedical and diagnostic applications. As a global supplier of microparticle solutions, Spherotech experienced scientists manufacture high quality latex, fluorescent, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic and colored dyed microparticles. Spherotech microsphere portfolio offers:
  • Particle size dispersion specific to your requirements.
  • Functionalized surface chemistry
  • Coated microbeads with antibodies, proteins, or ligands
  • Cross-linked particles for greater organic solvent stability
  • Flow cytometry grade microbeads for alignment, calibration, compensation, counting and sorting

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