To explore the preparation method and characters of a new gold nanoshells on maganese-zinc ferrite (Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au) composite nanoparticles. Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au nanoparticles with core/shell structure were synthesized by reduction of Au3+ with trisodium citrate in the presence of Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4 magnetic nanoparticles (MZF-NPs) prepared by improved co-preciption with the character of superparamagnetism and detected by transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), x-ray diffraction (XRD), energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS) and Marven laser particle size analyzer.Thermodynamic test was used to observe temperature change of various doses of Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au nanoparticles. The cytotoxicity of the Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles in vitro was tested by the MTT assay. The therapeutic effect of Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles combined with magnetic fluid hyperthermia (MFH) on human glioma cells were evaluated in vitro by an MTT assay.The results indicated that the Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles were prepared successfully. The core/shell particles were spherical with exact average diameter of them was 66.9nm.EDS showed each Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au nanoparticle contained Mn, Zn, Fe, O and Au elements, and this proved Au had successfully attached to Mn0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4.The result of thermodynamic test showed that Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles could serve as a heating source under alternating magnetic field (AMF) exposure leading to reach their steady temperature (40-45°C). Moreover, Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles didn’t show cytotoxicity in vitro. The therapeutic result reveals that Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles can significantly inhibit the growth of glioma cells.The conclusion was that the self-prepared Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4@Au composite nanoparticles had strong magnetic responsiveness and good power absorption capabilities in the high frequency AMF,then they could suggested to be useful for glioma hyperthemia. Mno.5Zno.5Fe2O4 @Au composite nanoparticles can not only be directed to tumor region in a given magnetic field more exactly but also produce marked thermotherapy.