Professor of Chemical Engineering
Tissue engineering and stem cell technology
Bioreactor technology for tissue culture and stem cell expansion: To develop membrane bioreactors for bulky tissue culture, for stem cell culture, and micro-bioreactor technology and to develop mathematical models of tissue culture bioreactors
Cryopreservation of stem cells and engineered tissue: To study the technology and underlining science in cryopreservation and vitrification to preserve living cells and engineered tissues to ensure the off-the-shelf availability to clinicians.
Tissue engineering monitoring: To develop micro membrane probes, nonlinear near infrared laser optical methods, and microsensors for the monitoring cell metabolism and functions tissue formation, and stem cell differentiation
Fabrication of Fibrin/Polyvinyl Alcohol Scaffolds for Skin Tissue Engineering via Emulsion Templating
Zhou G. et al, (2023), Polymers, 15, 1151 - 1151
Towards Ready-to-Use Iron-Crosslinked Alginate Beads as Mesenchymal Stem Cell Carriers
Baudequin T. et al, (2023), Bioengineering, 10, 163 - 163
Developments of microfluidics for orthopedic applications: A review
Sun M. et al, (2023), Smart Materials in Medicine, 4, 111 - 122
Membrane Applications in Autologous Cell Therapy
Martin R. et al, (2022), Membranes, 12, 1182 - 1182
A versatile embedding medium for freeform bioprinting with multi-crosslinking methods.
Li Q. et al, (2022), Biofabrication, 14