University of Wisconsin-Madison

Xiaohua (Shawn) Yu

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Contact Information: 

Assistant Scientist

xhyu2936-AT-gmail.com

Department Affiliation:

Biomedical Engineering

Education Background:

B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong Unviersity, Chengdu, China
Ph.D. Materials Science, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Research Description:

Utilization of bioinspired coating for protein and gene delivery.

Publications:

  1. L.D. Solorio, L.M. Phillips, A. McMillan, C.W. Cheng, P.N. Dang, J.E. Samorezov, X. Yu, W.L. Murphy, E. Alsberg. Spatially organized differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells within biphasic microparticle-incorporated high cell density osteochondral tissues. Advanced Healthcare Materials, Accepted.
  2. X. Yu, D. Suarez-Gonzalez, A.S. Khalil, W.L. Murphy. How does the pathophysiological context influence delivery of bone growth factors? Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, Accepted. 
  3. X. Yu, W.L. Murphy. 3-D scaffold platform for optimized non-viral transfection of multipotent stem cells. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2014; 2: 8186-8193. internet_link.jpg
  4. Yu X, Takayama T, Goel SA, Shi X, Zhou Y, Kent KC, Murphy WL, Guo LW. A rapamycin-releasing perivascular polymeric sheath produces highly effective inhibition of intimal hyperplasia. Journal of Controlled Release, 2014; 191: 47–53.  internet_link.jpg
  5. X. Yu, A.S. Khalil, P.N. Dang, E. Alsberg, W.L. Murphy. Multilayered Inorganic Microparticles for Tunable Dual Growth Factor Delivery. Advanced Functional Materials, 2014;20:3082-93.internet_link.jpg
  6.  S.Y. Choi, X. Yu, L. Jongpaiboonkit, S.J. Hollister, W.L. Murphy. Inorganic coatings for optimized non-viral transfection of stem cells. Scientific Reports, 2013; 3: 1567. internet_link.jpg

Awards & Honors:

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