Introduction

Center for Biomedical Engineering is composed of three research groups: Bio-sensor Group, Molecular Functional Imaging Group, and Tissue Engineering Group. Bio-sensor group aims to provide rapid and high sensitivity sensing technology for the bio-sample including DNA, RNA, proteins detection. Field-effect transistor sensor, electrochemical sensor, and optical sensor are the key technology for the research group. The objectives of the molecular bioimaging laboratory are focused on the development of multimodal and multifunctional optical imaging techniques, and utilization of functional ultrasound imaging for diagnoses of liver diseases. Moreover, the developed imaging platforms are implemented for research collaboration among different groups and centers, and for leveraging research connections with hospitals. Tissue Engineering focused on musculoskeletal and ocular tissue engineering. Nanomedicine focused on intravascular application of magnetic nanoparticles for targeted thrombolysis and multi-functional nanocarriers for targeted delivery of anti-cancer drugs.

Research Field: Biomedical imaging, Biosensing, Biomaterials

Research Group

Center for Biomedical Engineering is composed of three research groups: Bio-sensor Group, Molecular Functional Imaging Group, and Tissue Engineering Group. We highlight the groundbreaking research of biomedical engineering by the development of state-of-the-art engineering techniques, and it will be the mainstream of academic research in the future. Bio-sensor group aims to provide rapid and high sensitivity sensing technology for bio-samples including DNA, RNA, and proteins. Molecular functional imaging group focuses on the development of multimodal and multifunctional optical imaging techniques, and utilization of functional ultrasound imaging for diagnoses of liver diseases. Tissue Engineering group focuses on musculoskeletal and ocular tissue engineering.