Prof. Chengchen Guo
Dr. Chengchen Guo obtained B.S. degree in Chemistry from Nanjing University in 2011. After completion of the undergraduate, he earned Ph.D. degree in Chemistry in Spring 2017 from Arizona State University with a research focus on solid-state NMR spectroscopy and biopolymers. He then joined Prof. David L. Kaplan’s group at Tufts University as a postdoctoral fellow, where his research interest is to develop protein-based functional biomedical devices for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. In Fall 2020, he joined School of Engineering at Westlake University as an Assistant Professor.
Dr. Ziyang Sun
Dr. Ziyang Sun graduated from Nanjing University with a B.S. degree in chemistry in 2015. Driven by interest in functional materials, he joined Prof. Yongming Chen’s group in Sun Yat-sen University, where he was focusing on precisely-synthesized and functionalized polymers for biomedical applications. After obtaining his Ph.D. degree in 2020, he continued his research career as a postdoctoral fellow in Guo Lab at Westlake University.
Hao Lyu received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Engineering from Sichuan University in 2017 and 2020, separately. During the period of the master, he studied at the University of Hong Kong as a training student. He was interested in biomedical materials research and medical implants research during undergraduate and graduate student period. In September 2020, Hao has joined Guo Lab as a research assistant at Westlake University.
Will join in September 2021
Jinghang Li is currently a junior college student at Wuhan Institute of Technology, China, where his major is Materials Chemistry. In 2020, he was a research trainee student at Harvard Medical School with a focus on functional biomaterials for tissue regeneration. Driven by his great interests in the multidisciplinary research field combined with materials science and biomedical engineering, he then joined Guo lab as a visiting student, where he will be focusing on developing innovative bioadhesives using silk materials for further applications.