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Warmest Congratulations to Dr. Jiarong Cai for Being Selected for the 8th Future Women Scientists Program

Published on: 29 Apr 2024 Viewed: 98

On April 28, 2024, the 19th Chinese Young Women in Science Fellowship Ceremony was held in Beijing, China, which is co-sponsored by the All-China Women's Federation, China Association for Science and Technology, the China National Commission for UNESCO, and L'Oréal China.

Dr. Jiarong Cai, Associate Professor of Nankai University and a member of the Youth Editorial Working Group in Chemical Synthesis (CS), was selected for the 8th Future Women Scientists Program, and the CS Editorial Office would like to express our heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Cai!


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Profile of Dr. Jiarong Cai

Dr. Jiarong Cai, an Associate Professor at the College of Chemistry, Nankai University, is a recipient of the Future Women Scientists Program by the China Association for Science and Technology and the Postdoctoral Innovation Talent Support Program. Her research focuses on critical scientific issues in chiral chemistry for measuring human life and health.

To date, she has published nine representative academic papers, including six as first author in top international journals such as Nature Nanotechnology, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, and Chem. Additionally, she has filed nine invention patents in China, with five already granted. Her research achievements have been recognized as ESI 1% Highly Cited Papers and featured prominently in international publications, such as Light: Science & Applications and Matter, and by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and academic media both domestic and international.

Dr. Cai has led projects including the National Natural Science Foundation's Young Scientists Fund, the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation's General Program, and Jiangsu Province's Graduate Innovation Project. She has also contributed to major projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation. Her accolades include the Outstanding Scientific Research Achievement Award from the Biophysical Society of China, nomination for the Excellent Doctoral Thesis Award by the Chinese Chemical Society, and first prize in the RSC Poster Competition (China region).

Introduction to the Chinese Young Women in Science Fellowship

Established in 2004, the China Young Women in Science Award is an extension of the UNESCO and L'Oréal World Prize for Outstanding Women in Science in China, which has grown from five to 20 women scientists per year over the past two decades and has become an important award for women in science and technology that connects to international recognition platforms.

In 2014, the Prize was first launched to recognize the "Future Women Scientists Program", which is dedicated to identifying and cultivating women scientists at the doctoral or postdoctoral research stage with strong scientific research ability and potential for development.

In 2022, the program expanded its candidate pool from five to ten to further support the development of scientific research reserves.

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