Liying Jiang, Ph.D.
Liying Jiang, Ph.D. PCC Fellow
The PCC is excited to welcome Liying Jiang into the PCC Fellowship Program as our first female fellow, first international fellow, and third fellow since the program’s inception. Dr. Jiang will be completing her fellowship at the Drug Control Center at King’s College London under the mentorship of Dr. David Cowan.


Liying Jiang graduated in Chemistry (teaching) from Soochow University, Suzhou, China in 2000 and worked as a chemistry teacher in high schools in China before she moved to Sweden in 2007. She earned her Master (2010) and PhD (2015) in Analytical Chemistry from Stockholm University, Sweden, under the supervision of Dr. Leopold L. Ilag.

Dr. Jiang’s research interests lie in mass spectrometry-based analytical methods development and their diverse applications. During her PhD research, she has worked on different mass spectrometric techniques for both small and large molecules, published 10 peer-reviewed articles and received a number of grants. Her PhD thesis won the honorable mention of Phabian award in 2015. With the support of the PCC Fellowship Program, she is very excited to contribute her acumen to anti-doping science working with Dr. David A. Cowan at King’s College London’s Drug Control Center.