Professor JUNG HWAN LEE

Assistant Professor and Co-Investigator
Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN)

Degree


 

Bachelor degree: From Dankook University, DDS (Dentisty) (2005.3-2011.2)

Ph.D:  From Yonsei University, PhD (Biomaterial science) (2011.3-2015.2)


Career


(2015-2018) – Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Tissue Regeneration Engineering (ITREN)

(2018-current) – Professor, ITREN and Dental school in Dankook University

 


Others


Board member of Korean society of dental materials


 

Selected Papers


[15] Multi-functional nano-adhesive releasing therapeutic ions for MMP-deactivation and remineralization. Scientific Reports (2018)

[14] Nanocements produced from mesoporous bioactive glass nanoparticles. Biomaterials (2018)

[13] Silk fibroin / collagen protein hybrid cell-encapsulating hydrogels with tunable gelation and improved physical and biological properties. Acta Biomater (2018)

[12] Zirconia-incorporated zinc oxide eugenol has improved mechanical properties and cytocompatibility with human dental pulp stem cells. Dental Mater (2017)

[11] Rechar geable microbial anti-adhesive polymethyl methacrylate incorporating silver sulfadiazine-loaded mesoporous silica nanocarriers. Dental Mater (2017)

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

[9] Intracellular co-delivery of Sr ion and phenamil drug through mesoporous bioglass nanocarriers synergizes BMP signaling and tissue mineralization. Acta Biomater (2017)

[8] Sol-gel-derived bioactive glass nanoparticle-incorporated glass ionomer cement with or without chitosan for enhanced mechanical and biomineralization properties. Dental Mater (2017)

[7] Non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma functionalized dental implant for enhancement of bacterial resistance and osseointegration. Dental Mater (2017)

[6] Immunomodulatory/anti-inflammatory effect of ZOE-based dental materials. Dental Mater (2017)

[5] Xerogel interfaced nanofibers stimulate bone regeneration through the activation of integrin and bone morphogenetic protein pathways. J Biomed Nanotech (2017)

[4] Development of long-term antimicrobial poly(methyl methacrylate) by incorporating mesoporous silica nanocarriers. Dental Mater (2016)

[3] Magnetic nanofiber scaffold-induced stimulation of odontogenesis and pro-angiogenesis of human dental pulp cells through Wnt/MAPK/NF-κB pathways. Dental Mater (2016)

[2] Effect of aminated mesoporous bioactive glass nanoparticles on the differentiation of dental pulp stem cells. PLoS One (2016)

[1] Magnetic nanocomposite scaffold-induced stimulation of migration and odontogenesis of human dental pulp stem cells through integrin signaling pathways. PLoS One (2015)