Biomaterials for drug release: Xun Yu and Nandika D’Souza
Viscoelasticity and biomechanics: Nandika D’Souza
3d printing of new implantable devices: Jaehyung Ju
Sensing: Xun Yu
Cellular level temperature sensing; cellular in-vitro diagnosis of cancer cell: Tae-Youl Choi
Biomedical instruments: Xun Yu
Dr. Xun Yu works on a NIH sponsored project on active noisecontrol for infant incubator.
Dr. Xun Yu and his collaborator designed different nanomaterials based substrates for stem cells differentiation
Grants currently supporting these efforts
Yu, An Innovative Hearing Loss Prevention Approach For Infant Incubator, NIH
Byoung Kyoo Park, Namwoo Yi, Tae Y. Choi, Jaesumg Park, Jin Young Lee, Ahmed Busnaina, and Dongsik Kim, “Thermal Conductivity of Bovine Serum Albumin: a New Tool to Probe Denaturation of Protein,” Appl. Phys. Lett. Vol. 99, 163702 (2011)
R. Shrestha, T. Y. Choi, W. Chang, D. Kim, “High-precision micropipette sensor for cellular-level real-time thermal characterization,” Sensors, Vol. 11, 8826-8835 (2011).
P. Li, X. Yu, "Active Noise Cancellation Algorithms for Impulsive Noise," Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, accepted, in press, 2013.
J. Holy, E. Perkins, and X. Yu, “Adhesion, Proliferation, and Differentiation of Pluripotent Stem Cells on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes,” IET Nanobiotechnology, vol. 5, pp. 41-46, 2011.
Mangesh A. Nar, Nandika D’Souza, Reza Mirshams, and Victor Kosmopoulos, "Intraspecimen Nanomechanical Properties Across the Femoral Cortex Parallel Compositional Measures," SAMPE Tech 2011 Proceedings, Fort Worth, Texas, October 2011.
Cross-college and international partnerships?
The Biomaterials Interest Group (BIG-DFW) celebrates its 4 th year. The group brings together large and small business, venture capital and tech transfer with faculty from UNT, UTA, Baylor, SMU, UTD and UTSW
Collaboration with Prof. Dongsik Kim at POSTECH in Korea
GE Heathcare supports Dr. Xun Yu's research by providing the infant incubator for testing.