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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  • Yuhe's application, title "Development of photocrosslinkable nanocomposite materials for bone tissue repair", for the NSFC youth fund is successful.
  • Yuhe, Tianpeng, beibei’s paper “Ride the waves: Directing cell fates towards osteogenesis with Triply Periodic Minimal Surface scaffolds" has been accepted by PNAS.
  • Andy's co-first authored paper Living Prosthetic Breast for Promoting Tissue Regeneration and Inhibiting Tumor Recurrence" has been accepted by Bioengineering & Translational Medicine
  • Zhang qiang, Bei Ho Pan, Mengna and Richard's paper "Shedding light on 3D printing: printing photo-crosslinkable constructs for tissue engineering" has been accepted by Biomaterials
  • Zhang qiang, Liang bo, Suo di, Lyu shang's paper "An anti-bacterial and anti-cancer fibrous membrane with multiple therapeutic effects for prevention of pancreatic cancer recurrence" has been accepted by Materials Sciences and Enginerring C