目前，研究工作主要针对大气压冷等离子体的仿真与诊断、等离子体与水溶液相互作用、等离子体与皮肤组织（细胞）的相互作用、等离子体抗生素、等离子体癌症治疗等几个方面来展开。前期研究成果已经在ApplPhys Lett、J Phys D ApplPhys等国际知名期刊上发表，并在国际学术会议上作特邀报告多次。
Centre for Plasma Biomedicine (CPB) is a part-time professor. The research center is affiliated to the XJTU State Key Laboratory of Electrical Insulation and Power Equipment. CPB was established in May 2012. Our team members aim to make effort to make the CPB becomes an important scientific research and personnel training base in the field of plasma medicine in the future two to three years, and make contributes in developing the plasma technology into medical applications.
Michael G Kong is the director of CPB. He is a professor in the Thousand Talents Plan, and he is also one of the winners of the first International Plasma Medical Award. An interdisciplinary research team has been formed which would work under the academic zone management institution. CPB occupies a 350m2 experimental space, which is formed by a plasma engineering lab, a plasma diagnostic lab, a cell culture lab, a microbial culture lab, two biological analysis labs and a disinfection lab. As for the experimental condition, we are proud of having several advanced experimental facilities to meet the demand of multidisciplinary research, including spectrometer, mass spectrometer, electron spin resonance spectrometer, flow cytometer, laser scanning confocal microscope, etc.
Currently, the main research work is focused on the simulation and diagnostics of atmospheric-pressure cold plasmas, the interaction between plasma and liquids, the interaction between plasma and skin tissue (cells), and plasma antibiotics. The preliminary results have been published in some renowned journals like ApplPhys Lett, J Phys D ApplPhys, and so on. Several invited talks have been given in some international academic conferences, too.