Nature-inspired Biomaterials Engineering Laboratory
Our main research scope is to design nature-inspired adhesive materials via catechol or gallol redox chemistry.
We have focused on developing a variety of adhesive biomedical formulations exhibiting hemostatic effect,
minimally invasive, hemostatic medical devices as well as adhesion/affinity-based drug-delivery carriers based on
mussel-inspired catechol/its derivatives chemistry for wet-resistant adhesion.
The ultimate goal of our research is to design a new generation of biomaterial-based practical medical tools capable of
diagnosing and treating actual patients.​
Nature-inspired Biomaterials Engineering Laboratory
Our main research scope is to design nature-inspired adhesive materials via catechol or gallol redox chemistry.
We have focused on developing a variety of adhesive biomedical formulations exhibiting hemostatic effect,
minimally invasive, hemostatic medical devices as well as adhesion/affinity-based drug-delivery carriers based on
mussel-inspired catechol/its derivatives chemistry for wet-resistant adhesion.
The ultimate goal of our research is to design a new generation of biomaterial-based practical medical tools capable of
diagnosing and treating actual patients.​
Nature-inspired Biomaterials Engineering Laboratory
Our main research scope is to design nature-inspired adhesive materials via catechol or gallol redox chemistry.
We have focused on developing a variety of adhesive biomedical formulations exhibiting hemostatic effect,
minimally invasive, hemostatic medical devices as well as adhesion/affinity-based drug-delivery carriers based on
mussel-inspired catechol/its derivatives chemistry for wet-resistant adhesion.
The ultimate goal of our research is to design a new generation of biomaterial-based practical medical tools capable of
diagnosing and treating actual patients.​
Nature-inspired Biomaterials Engineering Laboratory
Our main research scope is to design nature-inspired adhesive materials via catechol or gallol redox chemistry.
We have focused on developing a variety of adhesive biomedical formulations exhibiting hemostatic effect,
minimally invasive, hemostatic medical devices as well as adhesion/affinity-based drug-delivery carriers based on
mussel-inspired catechol/its derivatives chemistry for wet-resistant adhesion.
The ultimate goal of our research is to design a new generation of biomaterial-based practical medical tools capable of
diagnosing and treating actual patients.​
Adderess
2F-86207 N-ceneter 2066, Seobu-ro, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do,16419, Republic of Korea
E-mail
mikyungshin@g.skku.edu
Tel
+82-31-299-4344

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We are looking for undergraduate, graduate students and post-docs who are interested in designing a variety of biomaterials. Please feel free to contact us.