机械工程系

Dept of Mechanical Engineering

 Xiaohong Wang,

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Room 427, West Main Building, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

Tel.: +86-10-62773202

Fax: +86-10-62773202

E-mail: wangxiaohong@tsinghua.edu.cn

Education:

Ph.D., Polymer Chemistry & Physics, Nankai University, 2001

M.S., Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Shanxi Agricultural University, 1988

B.S., Biology, Shanxi University, 1985

Experience:

Tsinghua University, Associate Professor, 2003-Present, full time

Aalto University, Finland, Researcher, 2010-2012, full time

Tsinghua University, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 2001.9-2003.9, full time

Shanxi Educational Collage, Lecture, Associate Professor, 1994.12-1998.8, full time

London University, England, Visiting Scholar, 1992-1994, full time

Shanxi Educational Collage, Lecturer, 1988.9-1992.3, full time

Research interests

Organ manufacturing techniques (Biomanufacturing)

3D printing techniques

Biomaterials

Membership in Professional Organizations

Member of the Biomanufacturing, Branch of the Mechanical Engineering Society of China

Member of the Editorial Board of the international Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers (J. Bioact. Compat. Polym., JBCP)

Member of the Editorial Board of the World Journal of Gastrointestinal Pathophysiology (World J. Gastrointest. Pathophysiol, WJGP)

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Stem Cells Research, Reviews & Reports (J. Stem Cells Res., Rev. & Rep).

International member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Service Activities

Founder and Director of the Center of Organ Manufacturing (Supervisor of doctoral and master degree students)

Executive Guest Editor of the Current Pharmaceutical Design

Executive Guest Editor of the Current Cancer Drug Targets

Reviewer for more than 20 refereed journals

Honors & Awards

Finland Distinguished Professor program (FiDiPro) of Tekes (No. 40041/10)

Selected publications

[1] Wang XH. Spatial effects of stem cell engagement in 3D printing constructs. J. Stem Cells Res., Rev. & Rep. 2014;1(2): 5-9

[2] Zhao XR, Liu LB, Wang JY, Xu YF, Zhang WM, Khang G, Wang XH. In vitro vascularization of a combined system based on a 3D printing technique. J. Tissue Eng. Regen. Med. (SCI), DOI: 10.1002/term.1863, 2014.

[3] Huang YW, He K, Wang XH. Rapid Prototyping of a hybrid hierarchical polyurethane-cell/hydrogel onstruct for regenerative medicine. Mater. Sci. Eng. C (SCI), 2013;33:3220-3229.

[4] Zhao XR, Wang XH. Preparation of an adipose-derived stem cell/fibrin- poly(DL-lactic-co-glycolic acid) construct based on a rapid prototyping technique. J. Bioact. Compat. Polym. (SCI), 2013;28(3):191-203.

[5] Wang XH, He K, Zhang WM. Optimizing the fabrication processes for manufacturing a hybrid hierarchical polyurethane-cell/hydrogel construct. J. Bioact. Compat. Polym. (SCI), 2013;28(4):303-319.

[6] Wang XH. Overview on biocompatibilities of implantable biomaterials. In: Lazinica R, ed. Advances in Biomaterials Science and Applications in Biomedicine. INTECH (www.intechopen.com), 2013;111-155.

[7] Wang XH, Tuomi J,. Mäkitie AA, Poloheimo K-S, Partanen J, Yliperttula M. The integrations of biomaterials and rapid prototyping techniques for intelligent manufacturing of complex organs. In: Lazinica R, ed. Advances in Biomaterials Science and Applications in Biomedicine. INTECH (www.intechopen.com), 2013;437-463.

[8] Wang XH. Intelligent freeform manufacturing of complex organs. Artificial Organs (SCI), 2012;36: 951-961.

[9] Wang XH, Zhang QQ, Overview on “Chinese-Finnish workshop on biomanufacturing and evaluation techniques”. Artificial Organs (SCI), 2011, 35, E191- E193.

[10] Wang XH, Yan YN. Zhang RJ. Gelatin-based hydrogels for controlled cell assembly. In: Ottenbrite RM, ed. Biomedical Applications of Hydrogels Handbook. New York: Springer, 2010, 269-284.