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Huang Lab

Bioengineering, Materials Engineering & Biointerface

Welcome

 

Our research is highly multi-disciplinary in nature, crossing fields of engineering, biology, chemistry, polymer physics and computer science. We aim to translate our scientific findings into exploring a new generation of tissue engineering constructs for personalised therapy, at affordable costs; and to provide new solutions for disease monitoring, drug testing, and better patient healthcare. Some of our research areas include:

•Bio-inspired fabrication​
•3D bioprinting
•Organ models
•Tissue engineering
•Fibre network bioelectronics and sensors
 
 

Biointerface @ CUED People


The 'Biointerface' research group consists of researchers of different backgrounds, from engineering to biochemistry. Our research goal is to explore a new generation of tissue engineering constructs for personalised therapy, at affordable costs; and to provide new solutions for disease monitoring, drug testing, and better patient healthcare.

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Find out the locations of our laboratory and contact details of the Biointerface group.

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Positions Avaiable


Find out more about available PhD and Postdoctoral positions.

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3D Printing Soft & Bio

Within our lab we have developed a number of 3D printing techniques for printing of soft and biological materials. These techniques enable the construction of extracellular matrix-like materials, ultimately providing the supporting structures for tissue development and regeneration.

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Organ Models & Tissue Engineering

This research theme focuses on developing models to recapitulate the microvasculature, and applying biofabrication and 3D bioprinting methods for organoid assembly. These technologies could lead to more efficient drug screening platforms, and manufacturing lab-grown tissues for tissue/organ regeneration.

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Bio-Machine & Healthcare Tech

Intertwining AI, internet-of-things, and 3D printing, we aim to develop low-cost devices for clinical informatics and healthcare monitoring.

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Featured Publications

See some of our featured publications, including a 3D fibre printing method to make air permissive sensors.