prof hae won kim

Professor HAE WON KIM

Director and Principal Investigator
Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN)

  • Professor, Department of Nanobiomedical Science Graduate School, Dankook University
  • Adj. Professor, College of Dentistry, Dankook University
  • Director, Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN), Dankook University
  • Head, BK21 Plus NBM Global Research Center for Regenerative Medicine, Dankook University 

Degree


Bachelor Degree: From Seoul National University (1993.3-1997.2)

Masters Degree: From Seoul National Univ. (1997.3-1999.2)

Ph.D: From Seoul National Univ. (1999.3-2002.2) 


Career


(2000-2002) - National Institute of Standards and Technology 

(2002-2003) - Advanced Materials Research Center

(2003-2004) - Eastman Dental Institute of UCL

(2004-2005) - Advanced Materials Research Center

(2005~Current) - Prof. Dankook University, Dental School

(2009~Current) - Prof. Nanobiomedical Science (Graduate School, in WCU program)

(2008~Current) - Director, Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN)

(2015~Current) - Visiting Professor, UCL

(2015~Current) - Visiting Professor, Columbia University


Other


Editor In Chief: Journal of Tissue Engineering

Associate Editor:

- Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

- Frontiers in Biotechnology and Bioengineering

Editorial Board Member:

- Biomaterials

- Bioengineering

Biomedical Glasses

- Current Drug Delivery

- Bioactive Materials


Publication Statistics


Total Publications             385

Research Articles                360

Review Articles                  25

Total Citation                    13,800

H-Index                                  61

 


Selected Papers


 

[29] Drug/ion co-delivery multi-functional nanocarrier to regenerate infected tissue defect. Biomaterials (2017).

[28] Silica-based multifunctional nanodelivery systems toward regenerative medicine. Mater Horizons (2017).

[28] Cerium oxide nanoparticles enhance functional recovery following spinal cord contusion in rats. Advanced Science (2017).

[27] CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing for disease modeling and therapy: opportunities for non-viral delivery. Chem Rev (2017).

[26] Extra- and intra-cellular fate of nanocarriers under dynamic interactions with biology. Nano Today (2017).

[25] Promoting angiogenesis with mesoporous microcarriers through a synergistic action of delivered silicon ion and VEGF. Biomaterials (2017). 

[24] Biomaterials control of pluripotent stem cell fate for regenerative therapy. Prog Mater Sci (2016).

[23] Biomaterials control of pluripotent stem cell fate for regenerative therapy. Prog Mater Sci (2016).

[22] Magnetic nanocomposite scaffolds combined with static magnetic field in the stimulation of osteoblastic differentiation and bone formation. Biomaterials (2016)

[21] Gene delivery nanocarriers of bioactive glass with unique potential to load BMP2 plasmid DNA and to internalize into mesenchymal stem cells for osteogenesis and bone regeneration. Nanoscale (2016)

[20] Sol-gel based materials for biomedical applications. Prog Mater Sci (2016)

[19] Magnetic nanocomposite scaffolds combined with static magnetic field in the stimulation of osteoblastic differentiation and bone formation. Biomaterials (2016)

[18] Therapeutically-relevant aspects in bone repair and regeneration. Mater Today (2016)

[17] Generating iPSCs: Translating cell reprogramming science into scalable and robust biomanufacturing strategies. Cell Stem Cell (2015).

[16] Smart multifunctional drug delivery towards anticancer therapy harmonized in mesoporous nanoparticles. Nanoscale (2015).

[15] Multifunctional and stable bone mimic proteinaceous matrix for bone tissue engineering. Biomaterials (2015).

[14] Electrical stimulation by enzymatic biofuel cell to promote proliferation, migration and differentiation of muscle precursor cells. Biomaterials (2015).

[13] Sol-gel synthesis and electrospraying of biodegradable (P2O5)55-(Ca)30-(Na2O)15 glass nanospheres as a transient contrast agent for ultrasound stem cell imaging. ACS Nano (2015).

[12] Nano-bio-chemical braille for cells - the regulation of stem cells using bi-functional surfaces. Adv Funct Mater (2015). 

[11] Naturally and synthetic smart composite biomaterials for tissue regeneration. Adv Drug Deliv Rev (2013).

[10] Biofunctionalized carbon nanotubes in neural regeneration: a mini-review. Nanoscale (2013).  

[9] Capacity of mesoporous bioactive glass nanoparticles to deliver therapeutic molecules. Nanoscale (2012). 

[8] Electrospun materials as potential platforms for bone tissue engineering. Adv Drug Deliv Rev (2009)

[7] Production and Potential of Bioactive Glass Nanofiber as a Next Generation Biomaterial. Adv Funct Mater (2006)

[6] Nanofiber Generation of Gelatin-Hydroxyapatite Biomimetic Nanofibers for Guided Tissue Regeneration. Adv Funct Mater (2005). 

[5] Stimulation of osteoblast responses to biomimetic nanocomposites of gelatin-hydroxyapatite for tissue engineering scaffolds. Biomaterials 26;5221-230 (2005)

[4] Effect of fluoridation of hydroxyapatite in hydroxyapatite-polycaprolactone composites on osteoblast activity. Biomaterials 26:4395-4404 (2005).  

[3] Hydroxyapatite / poly(e-caprolactone) composite coatings on hydroxyapatite porous bone scaffold for drug delivery. Biomaterials 25:1279-87 (2004).  

[2] Fluor-hydroxyapatite sol-gel coating on titanium substrate for hard tissue implants. Biomaterials25:3351-8 (2004).  

[1] Hydroxyapatite coatings on titanium substrate with titania buffer layer processed by sol-gel method. Biomaterials 25:2533-8 (2004).