2016 - Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering
Jiandong Ding mainly focuses on Ethylene glycol, Self-healing hydrogels, Copolymer, Polymer chemistry and Cellular differentiation. His study on Ethylene glycol is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Nuclear chemistry. His Self-healing hydrogels research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomaterial, In vivo and Pharmacology, Drug.
Jiandong Ding focuses mostly in the field of Copolymer, narrowing it down to topics relating to Micelle and, in certain cases, Polymer, Platinum and Prodrug. His studies deal with areas such as Amphiphile and Aqueous solution as well as Polymer chemistry. The various areas that he examines in his Cellular differentiation study include Nanotechnology, Mesenchymal stem cell, Bone marrow, Pathology and Stem cell.
His primary scientific interests are in Ethylene glycol, Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Self-healing hydrogels and Polymer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biomaterial, Biomedical engineering, Micelle, Pharmacology and PLGA. His PLGA research also works with subjects such as
His Copolymer research incorporates elements of Polyester and Aqueous solution. In Polymer chemistry, Jiandong Ding works on issues like Polymerization, which are connected to Monomer. His Self-healing hydrogels study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biomedical engineering, Ethylene glycol, Copolymer, In vivo and Cell. The concepts of his Biomedical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Biodegradable polymer, Interventional treatment, Cartilage and Regeneration. His work carried out in the field of Ethylene glycol brings together such families of science as Polyester, Matrix, Micelle and Perforation.
In most of his Copolymer studies, his work intersects topics such as Self-healing hydrogels. His In vivo course of study focuses on Pharmacology and Cardiotoxicity, Wound dressing, Cutaneous wound and Drug delivery. He works mostly in the field of Cell, limiting it down to concerns involving Biophysics and, occasionally, Cell adhesion and PLGA.
His main research concerns Pharmacology, PLGA, Ethylene glycol, Biophysics and In vivo. He has researched Pharmacology in several fields, including Inflammation, Angiogenesis and Drug delivery. His PLGA study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biodegradable polymer, Biomedical engineering, Scaffold and Condyle.
Jiandong Ding performs multidisciplinary study on Ethylene glycol and Glycopeptide antibiotic in his works. He usually deals with Biophysics and limits it to topics linked to Adhesion and Tissue engineering. As a member of one scientific family, Jiandong Ding mostly works in the field of In vivo, focusing on Self-healing hydrogels and, on occasion, Diabetes mellitus, Subcutaneous injection and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.
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Injectable hydrogels as unique biomedical materials
Lin Yu;Jiandong Ding.
Chemical Society Reviews (2008)
In vitro degradation of three-dimensional porous poly(d,l-lactide-co-glycolide) scaffolds for tissue engineering
Linbo Wu;Jiandong Ding.
Impact of order and disorder in RGD nanopatterns on cell adhesion.
Jinghuan Huang;Stefan V. Gräter;Francesca Corbellini;Sabine Rinck.
Nano Letters (2009)
Cell–Material Interactions Revealed Via Material Techniques of Surface Patterning
Xiang Yao;Rong Peng;Jiandong Ding.
Advanced Materials (2013)
The regulation of stem cell differentiation by cell-cell contact on micropatterned material surfaces
Jian Tang;Rong Peng;Jiandong Ding.
Poly(lactide-co-glycolide) porous scaffolds for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
Zhen Pan;Jiandong Ding.
Interface Focus (2012)
A Subtle End‐Group Effect on Macroscopic Physical Gelation of Triblock Copolymer Aqueous Solutions
Lin Yu;Huan Zhang;Jiandong Ding.
Angewandte Chemie (2006)
Effect of cell anisotropy on differentiation of stem cells on micropatterned surfaces through the controlled single cell adhesion.
Rong Peng;Xiang Yao;Jiandong Ding.
Biodegradable and thermoreversible PCLA-PEG-PCLA hydrogel as a barrier for prevention of post-operative adhesion.
Zheng Zhang;Jian Ni;Liang Chen;Lin Yu.
Injectable block copolymer hydrogels for sustained release of a PEGylated drug
Lin Yu;Guang Tao Chang;Huan Zhang;Jian Dong Ding.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2008)
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