2nd International Conference of Molecular Engineering of Polymers

(MEP-2018,MEP-2)

Sep 20th-23rd, 2018, Shanghai, China

Session 3: Biomedical Materials

David F. Williams

Affiliation: Wake Forest School of Medicine
Lecture Title: Concepts and Definitions of Bioma terials for the 21st Century
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Doo Sung Lee

Affiliation: Sungkyunkwan University
Lecture Title: Injectable hydrogels for sustained release of therapeutic agents
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Ben Zhong Tang (唐本忠)

Affiliation: The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lecture Title: AIE-active polymers for biomedical applications
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Liming Bian (边黎明)

Affiliation: The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lecture Title: Magnetically tuning tether mobility of integrin ligand regulates cell fate
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Shengqiang Cai (蔡盛强)

Affiliation: University of California, San Diego
Lecture Title: Artificial muscle for soft robots
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Ting-Hsuan Chen (陳定璿)

Affiliation:  City University of Hong Kong
Lecture Title: Cell chirality on material surfaces
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Stephanie J. Bryant

Affiliation: University of Colorado Boulder
Lecture Title: Hydrogels for Cartilage Tissue Engineering
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Julie A Kornfield

Affiliation: California Institute of Technology

Lecture Title: Multiplicity of morphologies in PLLA bioresorbable vascular scaffolds
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Hsing-Wen Sung (宋信文)

Affiliation: National Tsing Hua University

Lecture Title: Sustained release systems for treatment of diabetes
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Decheng Wu (吴德成)

Affiliation: Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Lecture Title: Ionic Colloidal Molding as a Biomimetic Scaffolding Strategy for Uniform Bone Tissue Regeneration
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Hanry Yu

Affiliation: National University of Singapore
Lecture Title: Development of macroporous hydrogel sponges for soft tissue organoid culture and applications
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