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Bruce P. Lee

Bruce P. Lee

PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University

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906-487-3262
bplee@mtu.edu

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

The Lee group research is focused on applying biologically-inspired molecular designs with chemistry, polymer engineering and materials science principles in developing advanced and functional materials for various biomedical applications. Current projects include applying biomimetic structural designs to create tough hydrogels that can potentially function as tissue adhesives or extracellular matrices for . . .

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Chang Kyoung Choi

Chang Kyoung Choi

PhD, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Tennessee

Contact

906-487-1463
cchoi@mtu.edu

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Chang Kyoung (CK) Choi is an assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Technological University. Prior to this appointment in 2009, he was a post-doctoral researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) from Jan. 2008 to Dec. 2008. He received his B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from . . .

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Rupak Rajachar

Rupak Rajachar

Contact

906-487-1129
rupakr@mtu.edu

Senior Lecturer, Biomedical Engineering

One of the significant hurdles of regenerative engineering is creating instructive materials capable of directing the development of the complex multi-scale nature of tissues. In our laboratory we look to use specific contextual studies of native and pathological tissue behavior (both in vitro and in vivo) to develop rationale designs for new biomaterials as delivery vehicles to regulate cell and tissue regeneration and repair. More specifically, the overarching theme of the Engineered Biomaterials Lab (EBL) at Michigan . . .

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