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Plenary Lecture 1

TBD

August 28 (Fri), 13:30 - 14:15 국제회의실 (B1)

Kam W. Leong Columbia University, USA

Achievement

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Plenary Lecture 2

Injectable Cell Delivery Vehicle and Polymeric Conductive Constructs for Myocardial Tissue Engineering

August 28 (Fri), 09:40 - 10:25 국제회의실 (B1)

Prof. Hsing-Wen Sung National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Biography
Hsing-Wen Sung is a Tsing Hua Distinguished Chair Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University. He received his PhD degree fromthe Department of Chemical Engineering/Biomedical Engineering Program, Georgia Institute of Technologyin May 1988. Hisresearch interests are biomaterials, tissue engineering,and drug/gene delivery.Professor Sunghasreceivednumerousawards such asFellow of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, Fellow of International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering, Academician of Asia Pacific Academy of Materials,Ho Chin Tui Outstanding Research Award, National Science Council Outstanding Research Award, Professor Tsai-The Lai Award, Elsevier2015 Biomaterials Best Paper Award,and 2016 TERMIS-APOutstanding Scientist Award. He has been on the Editorial Boards of Journal of Controlled Release, Tissue Engineering, and Advanced Healthcare Materials; also, he has been serving asa HandlingEditor for Biomaterials.Professor Sunghaspublished260scientific papersand received 120international patents.His published papers have over 14,500 citations with an H-index of approximately 70, according to Google Scholar.

Representative Publications:
1. Wan, W.L., Tian, B. Lin, Y.J., Korupalli, C., Lu, M.Y., Cui, Q., Wan, D.H., Chang, Y.*, Sung, H.W.*, “Photosynthesis-Inspired H2 Generation Using a Chlorophyll-Loaded Liposomal Nanoplatform to Detect and Scavenge Excess ROS,” Nature Communications, 2020.

2. Miao, Y.B., Pan, W.Y., Chen, K.H., Wei, H.J., Mi, F.L., Lu, M.Y., Chang, Y.*, Sung, H.W.*, “Engineering a Nanoscale Al‐MOF‐Armored Antigen Carried by a “Trojan Horse”‐Like Platform for Oral Vaccination to Induce Potent and Long‐Lasting Immunity,” Advanced Functional Materials, vol.29, 2019.

3. Lin, Y.-J., Chen, C.-C., Chi, N.-W., Nguyen, T., Lu, H.-Y., Nguyen, D., Lai, P.-L.*, Sung, H.-W.*, "In situ self-assembling micellar depots that can actively trap and passively release NO with long-lasting activity to reverse osteoporosis,"Advanced Materials. vol.30, 1705605, 2018.

4. Wan, W.-L., Lin, Y.-J., Shih, P.-C., Bow, Y.-R., Cui, Q., Chang, Y., Chia, W.-T.*, Sung, H.-W.*,"An In Situ Depot for Continuous Evolution of Gaseous H2 Mediated by a Magnesium Passivation/Activation Cycle for Treating Osteoarthritis," Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. vol. 57, pp. 9875-9879, 2018.

5. Wan, W.-L., Lin, Y.-J., Chen, H.-L., Huang, C.-C., Shih, P.-C., Bow, Y.-R., Chia, W.-T.*, Sung, H.-W.* "In Situ Nanoreactor for Photosynthesizing H2 Gas to Mitigate Oxidative Stress in Tissue Inflammation," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 139, pp.12923-12926, 2017.

Plenary Lecture 3

Optimizing delivery of therapeutics for cardiac reparative medicine

August 29 (Sat), 11:45 - 12:30 국제회의실 (B1)

Prof. Ke Cheng NC State University, USA

Biography
Representative Publications:
1. microRNA-21-5p dysregulation in exosomes derived from heart failure patients impairs regenerative potential. J Clin Invest. 129(6): 2237-2250 (2019).

2. Cardiac cell–integrated microneedle patch for treating myocardial infarction. Science Advances 4, eaat9365 (2018).

3. Targeting regenerative exosomes to myocardial infarction using cardiac homing peptide. Theranostics. 2018; 8(7):1869-1878 (Cover Image) (2018).

4. Targeted repair of heart injury by stem cells fused with platelet nanovesicles. Nature Biomedical Engineering. 2, 17–26 (2018).

5. Fabrication of Synthetic Mesenchymal Stem Cells for the Treatment of Acute Myocardial Infarction in Mice. Circulation Research, 120(11):1768-1775 (2017).

6. Therapeutic microparticles functionalized with biomimetic cardiac stem cell membranes and secretome. Nature Communications. 8:13724 (2017).

Plenary Lecture 4

TBD

August 29 (Sat), 13:50 - 14:35 국제회의실 (B1)

Prof. James J. Yoo Wake Forest University, USA