Research Summary

Understanding how cells sense, interact and respond to their microenvironments will enhance our understanding of cell biology, enabling the synthesis of sophisticated biomaterials of micro- or nanoscale features to generate tissues and treat diseases more efficiently. My research on Translational Regenerative Medicine is summarized into three major areas:

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  • Jingdong, Yongyi and BeiBei's paper "Gas station in blood vessels: an endothelium mimicking, self-sustainable nitric oxide fueling stent coating for prevention of thrombosis and restenosis" has been accepted by Biomaterials. Congratulations!
  • Zhang Qiang, Yuhe, Suo Di, and Zhao Shuai's paper "A Bio-mimetic Adhesive and Robust Janus Patch with Anti-Oxidative, Anti-Inflammatory, and Anti-Bacterial Activities for Tendon Repair" has been accepted by ACS Nano (DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.3c03556). Congrat
  • Xiongfa and Beibei’s paper "Pre-metastatic niche mimicking bone-on-a-chip: A microfluidic platform to study bone metastasis in cancer patients" has been accepted by Small.
  • “Biomimicking Photocrosslinkable Nanocomposite Bone Grafts” is awarded the TechConnect 2023 Innovation Award!
  • Andy’s paper Micro-curvature landscapes induce neural stem cell polarity and enhance neural differentiation has been accepted for publication in Bio-Design and Manufacturing.