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National Taiwan University
No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd.
Taipei, Taiwan, 10617
Tel: 886-2-33665236
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Shan-hui Hsu, Professor

Polymer Science and Engineering

Phone: 886-2-3366-5313
E-mail: shhsu@nchu.edu.tw
 

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Education

PhD, Case Western Reserve University, USA (1992)

Experiences

Associate Professor, Chung Yuan Christian University (1992-1994)

M.Ed., Cleveland State University (1995-1996)

Associate Professor, National Chung Hsing University (1996-2000)

Professor, National Chung Hsing University (2000-2009)

Research Interests

Research areas: biomaterials, tissue engineering, nanobiomaterials Research topics:

 (1) Biostable polyurethanes; biocompatibiltiy; nanobiomaterials.

 (2) Tissue engineering (vascular, cartilage/bone, neural) and stem cells.

 (3) Biological gels and rheology.

   


Recent Publications (2003-2005) (IF: SCI impact factor).

        1.   S. Hsu*, C. Tang and C. Lin (2004), Biocompatibility of poly(e-caprolactone) / poly(ethylene glycol) diblock copolymers with nanophase separation. Biomaterials, 25: 5593-5601. (SCI 2.903)

 

        2.   S. Hsu* and H. Tseng (2004), In vitro biocompatibility of PTMO-based polyurethanes and those containing PDMS blocks. Journal of Biomaterials Applications, 19: 135-146. (SCI 1.024)

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       3.   S. Hsu*, S. Whu, S. Hsieh, C. Tsai, D. C. Chen and T. Tan (2004), Evaluation of chitosan-alginate- hyaluronate complexes modified by an RGD-containing protein as tissue engineering scaffolds for cartilage regeneration. Artificial Organs, 28: 693-703. (SCI 1.278).

 

        4.   S. Hsu* and C. Chou (2004), Enhanced biostability of polyurethane containing gold nanoparticles. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 85: 675-680. (SCI 1.405)

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        5.  S. Hsu*, S. W. Whu, C. Tsai, Y. Wu, H. Chen and S. Hsieh (2004), Application of chitosan with different percent deacetylation and molecular weight in tissue engineering. Journal of Polymer Research, 11, 141-147. (SCI 0.375)

 

        6.   S. Hsu*, Y. Kao and Z. Lin (2004), Enhanced biocompatibility in the biostable poly(carbonate)urethane. Macromolecular Bioscience, 4: 464-479. (SCI 2.439)

 

        


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