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About the article
Dong Quy Hoang
Dong Quy Hoang received her PhD in polymer science and engineering from Sungkyunkwan University, Korea. She is mainly engaged in the study of the synthesis of polymers, biopolymers, composites-biocomposites, and flame-retardant polymers.
Tuong Vi Tran
Tuong Vi Tran received her Bachelor of Biotechnology degree from Ho Chi Minh City International University, Vietnam, in 2015. She now works as a research assistant with Dr. Dai Hai Nguyen at the Institute of Applied Materials Science-Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. Her major research is related to synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials such as chitosan nanogels and gelatin hydrogels as drug delivery systems for cancer therapy.
Ngoc Quyen Tran
Ngoc Quyen Tran was born in 1979. He received a PhD degree in the Republic of Korea in 2011. He is currently a researcher at the Institute of Applied Materials Science-Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. He is also an invited lecturer at TraVinh University and Lac Hong University. His teaching and studying areas are biochemistry and biomaterials for biomedical applications.
Cuu Khoa Nguyen
Cuu Khoa Nguyen was born in 1960. He received a PhD degree in Russia in 1997. He returned to Vietnam and worked at the Institute of Applied Materials Science-Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. He was appointed associate professor in 2010. His teaching and study areas are materials and biomaterials for practical applications.
Thi Hiep Nguyen
Thi Hiep Nguyen has a PhD in medical science and 10 years of experience in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. The main focus of Hiep’s research is regeneration of skin and bone, and her work has covered a full range from fabricating biomaterials to in vitro and in vivo studies. Hiep attended Soonchunhyang University in 2012, and moved to work at the International University (IU), Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-HCM) until present. She currently has a senior lecturer position at IU, leads the tissue engineering and regenerative group, and manages her own laboratory. Hiep is running two projects funded by Vietnam National University and Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG). She has published 20 articles in international journals and 7 articles in domestic journals. Hiep has attended more than 40 conferences thus far.
Minh Dung Truong
Minh Dung Truong was born in 1985. He is a PhD candidate at the Department of Molecular Science and Technology in Ajou University, Korea. His major research area is stem cell application in tissue engineering.
Dai Lam Tran
Dai Lam Tran graduated from Belorussian State University (in the former USSR) with a master’s degree in solid state chemistry in 1994. Then, he received his PhD in physical chemistry (surface-interface) from the University of Paris VII, Paris, France, in 2003. He was a lecturer at Hanoi University of Technology from 1998 to 2008. He has been an Associate Professor at IMS since 2009. His research focus is on nanofabrications, characterizations, and applications of nanobiomaterials in drug delivery systems and biosensors.
Le Van Thu
Le Van Thu worked as a researcher at the Laboratory of Special Materials, Institute of Chemistry-Biology and Professional Documents, Ministry of Public Security. He received his bachelor’s degree in material chemistry from VNU University of Science in 2003, and his master of science in physiochemical-theoretical chemistry from VNU University of Science in 2007. In 2012, he received his PhD in physiochemical-theoretical chemistry from Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. Nearly 60 of his articles and reports related to polymer composite and nanocomposites have been published in national journals, international journals, proceedings of national and international scientific conferences, and workshops. His present research concerns nanocomposite and polymer composite materials.
Dai Hai Nguyen
Dai Hai Nguyen was born in 1984. He received a PhD degree from Ajou University-Republic of Korea in 2013. Currently, he works as a researcher at the Institute of Applied Materials Science-Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology. He is also an invited lecturer in TraVinh University and Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Sciences.
Published Online: 2016-09-01
Published in Print: 2016-10-01