2023 - Research.com Materials Science in South Korea Leader Award
Dong-Woo Cho focuses on Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Extracellular matrix, Nanotechnology and Scaffold. His Biomedical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cell, Self-healing hydrogels, Cartilage and Regeneration. His Tissue engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Regenerative medicine, Coating, Surface modification and Simulated body fluid.
Dong-Woo Cho specializes in Extracellular matrix, namely Decellularization. His work on Biomaterial as part of general Nanotechnology study is frequently linked to Fabrication methods, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Scaffold research incorporates themes from Biocompatibility, Compressive strength, Gelatin and Cell adhesion.
His primary scientific interests are in Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Scaffold, Nanotechnology and Extracellular matrix. His Biomedical engineering study which covers Regeneration that intersects with Cartilage. His work carried out in the field of Tissue engineering brings together such families of science as Regenerative medicine, Biomaterial, 3D printing, Self-healing hydrogels and Transplantation.
His Scaffold research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Porosity, Stereolithography, Composite material, Chondrocyte and Bone tissue. His study in Extracellular matrix is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cornea and 3D bioprinting. The study incorporates disciplines such as Membrane and Bone morphogenetic protein 2 in addition to Bone regeneration.
Dong-Woo Cho spends much of his time researching Decellularization, Extracellular matrix, Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering and Cell. His Decellularization study is related to the wider topic of Scaffold. His studies in Extracellular matrix integrate themes in fields like Blood vessel, Cancer research and Matrix.
The Tissue engineering study combines topics in areas such as Computational biology, Cartilage and Transplantation. His Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Biocompatibility, Adipose tissue, 3D printing and Regeneration. His work in the fields of Cell, such as Regenerative medicine, intersects with other areas such as Human skin.
Tissue engineering, Extracellular matrix, Decellularization, Cell and Cell biology are his primary areas of study. His Tissue engineering study deals with the bigger picture of Biomedical engineering. His Extracellular matrix study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cancer research, Muscle atrophy and Stroma.
His research investigates the connection between Decellularization and topics such as 3D bioprinting that intersect with problems in In vitro, Extracellular, Signal transduction, Scaffold and Cell therapy. The various areas that Dong-Woo Cho examines in his Cell study include Biophysics, Drug discovery, Transplantation and Shear stress. His work is dedicated to discovering how Self-healing hydrogels, Biofabrication are connected with Nanotechnology and other disciplines.
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Printing three-dimensional tissue analogues with decellularized extracellular matrix bioink
Falguni Pati;Jinah Jang;Dong Heon Ha;Sung Won Kim.
Nature Communications (2014)
Biofabrication: reappraising the definition of an evolving field
Jürgen Groll;Thomas Boland;Torsten Blunk;Jason A. Burdick.
Bioprintable, cell-laden silk fibroin–gelatin hydrogel supporting multilineage differentiation of stem cells for fabrication of three-dimensional tissue constructs
Sanskrita Das;Falguni Pati;Yeong-Jin Choi;Girdhari Rijal.
Acta Biomaterialia (2015)
An additive manufacturing-based PCL–alginate–chondrocyte bioprinted scaffold for cartilage tissue engineering
Joydip Kundu;Jin-Hyung Shim;Jinah Jang;Sung-Won Kim.
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2015)
3D printed complex tissue construct using stem cell-laden decellularized extracellular matrix bioinks for cardiac repair.
Jinah Jang;Hun-Jun Park;Seok-Won Kim;Heejin Kim.
Bioprinting of a mechanically enhanced three-dimensional dual cell-laden construct for osteochondral tissue engineering using a multi-head tissue/organ building system
Jin-Hyung Shim;Jung-Seob Lee;Jung-Seob Lee;Jong Young Kim;Dong-Woo Cho.
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (2012)
3D printing of composite tissue with complex shape applied to ear regeneration
Jung-Seob Lee;Jung Min Hong;Jin Woo Jung;Jin-Hyung Shim.
A definition of bioinks and their distinction from biomaterial inks.
J. Groll;J. A. Burdick;D. W. Cho;B. Derby.
Bone regeneration using a microstereolithography-produced customized poly(propylene fumarate)/diethyl fumarate photopolymer 3D scaffold incorporating BMP-2 loaded PLGA microspheres
Jin Woo Lee;Kyung Shin Kang;Seung Ho Lee;Jun-Young Kim.
Biomimetic 3D tissue printing for soft tissue regeneration.
Falguni Pati;Dong-Heon Ha;Jinah Jang;Hyun Ho Han.
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