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Isaac Kuo-Kang Liu

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Isaac Kuo-Kang Liu, PhD, DIC

Dr. Isaac Kuo-Kang Liu has completed his PhD study at the Chemical and Bioengineering Engineering Department of Imperial College London, UK in 1995. Currently, he is an Associate Professor (Reader) in Nanobioengineering at School of Engineering, the University of Warwick, UK. Before joining Warwick in 2009, he was a Reader (2003-2009) in Biomedical and Cell Engineering at School of Medicine, Keele University, UK and an Associate Professor (1998-2003) in the Mechanical and Production School of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests include Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Cell Biomechanics and Adhesion, Nanobiomechanics, Biomedical Devices, and Nanomedicine. He has published more than 60 high-impact journal papers in Bioengineering and Biophysical areas and 30 other publications, including 2 US patents. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and a fellow of Nanotechnology Institute. He has also been appointed as the editor of several prestigious journals, including Royal Society Interface (Guest Editor). Dr. Liu has been recently awarded a Senior Research Fellowships by Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of his achievement in nanobiomechanics. He has been invited to give 13 plenary talks in international conferences and many invited lectures in world-renowned institutes such as Cambridge, Oxford, and Max Planck Institute (Stuttgart), and Columbia University (New York).

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