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SKLBE学术论坛

第479次SKLBE学术论坛

作者: 发布时间:2019-07-12 11:07:00

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报告题目:   Decellularized biological biomaterials in Biomedicine

报告人:     美国德州大学阿灵顿分校 Yi Hong 教授

报告时间:  2019-6-27  15:00-16:00

报告地点:  实验18315

主持人:      刘润辉教授


Biography

2005                         Ph.D                                               Zhejiang University

2006-2008                Post-doctoral Associate               University of Pittsburgh

2008-2012                Research Assist. Prof.                    University of Pittsburgh

2012-2018                Assistant Professor                        University of Texas at Arlington

2018 to Present       Associate Professor, Tenured       University of Texas at Arlington

Awards

2014.7             AHA Beginning Grant-in-Aid Award sponsored by American Heart Assocation

2016.2             NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF)

2017.4             CAB-AMT Young Investigator Speaker sponsored by Chinese Association for Biomaterials (CAB)

2018.7             2018 Emerging Investigator sponsored by Journal of Materials Chemistry B

2018.8             Junior Investigator Award sponsored by BMES ABioM

Abstract

Biomimetic and bioactive materials always are highly attractive for tissue repair and regeneration. Tissue-derived biologic materials contain mimetic structures and specific extracellular matrix (ECM) components with corresponded tissues, showing highly bioactivity, and they can be achieved through decellularization. They have been widely used for various tissue and organ regeneration. However, they have obvious limits in mechanics, degradation, and recellularization. In this talk, the biological ECM materials are further processed into the solution by enzyme digestion and forms injectable hydrogels, which allows minimally invasive surgery and cell encapsulation. This digested biological materials can be further used in other morphologies for disease treatment, and also can be combined with other materials for tissue repair.