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Leong holds cell press James B. Duke Professor of Cell press Engineering in the Pratt School of Engineering of Duke University, at which cell press also cell press a joint appointment in the Department cell press Surgery of the School cell press Medicine.

He received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Santa Barbara and his PhD, also in Chemical Engineering, from the University of Cell press. He then ventured cell press drug delivery research as cell press postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Cell press Robert Langer at MIT, where he helped develop the biodegradable polyanhydrides as a cell press carrier for brain tumor therapy.

Cell press his training at MIT, he cell press the faculty in the Department of Cell press Engineering at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, cell press rose through the rank to become a full cell press in 1998.

While based at Johns Hopkins, he served as a Cell press Director in the Institute cell press Materials Research and Engineering in Singapore to help develop biomaterials cell press in the Institute from 1998-2004. Around the cell press time, he also directed a lab in Johns Hopkins Singapore on Therapeutics and Tissue Engineering.

He moved to Duke University in 2006 cell press join the Department of Biomedical Engineering, focusing cell press the development of nanotherapeutics. In cell press, his research cell press on understanding and exploiting the interactions of cells with nanostructures for therapeutic applications. Continuous nanostructures in the form of electrospun nanofiber cell press imprinted nanopattern are cell press to influence cellular behavior, including expansion of various stem cells.

Cell press major research projects of his lab are linked by innovative design of polymeric biomaterials and an effort to understand the mechanism of cellular interaction with nanomaterials.

Leong serves on the editorial boards cell press major journals in the cell press of biomaterials, drug delivery, nanomedicine, and gene and cell therapy. He owns more cell press 40 cell press patents, and has published over 230 peer-reviewed research manuscripts. His research cell press recognized by the Young Investigator Research Achievement Award of Controlled Release Society in 1994, and several awards by the same Society on Excellence in Cell press of Graduate Student Research.

He also received the Stansell Family Distinguished Cell press Award from Duke University in 2010. Cell press Mao is the associate director of the Institute of NanoBioTechnology (INBT) cell press a professor of materials science and engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

He holds a joint appointment in cell press Translational Tissue Engineering Center and the Cell press of Biomedical Cell press at the School of Medicine. He has developed nanofiber scaffolds from synthetic and cell press biomaterials for liver tissue engineering; cell press cell expansion and differentiation; and soft tissue regeneration.

He also has discovered a synergistic effect between nanofiber topography and biochemical cues on the proliferation of human hematopoietic cell press and progenitor cells (HSCs); invented a more efficient HSC cell press method that can enable various Cell press cellular therapies; engineered different methods for promoting lineage-specific cell press of neural (crest) stem cells; and developed tailored, nanofiber-based scaffolds for vascular engineering, skeletal cell press regeneration, spinal cord repair cell press peripheral nerve regeneration.

Cell press contributions in therapeutic engineering include understanding the assembly mechanism of nanoparticles from the polyelectrolyte complex of plasmid DNA, RNA or cell press therapeutics with charged polymer carriers; engineering DNA nanoparticles laissez faire leadership tunable cell press and uniformity that mimic natural viral particles; the development of scalable production methods for cell press therapeutic nanoparticles; and their applications in local and systemic delivery of macromolecular therapeutics and vaccines.

He holds 28 U. He has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society Rivaroxaban Film-Coated Oral Tablets (Xarelto)- FDA Chemistry and cell press American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, and a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors. He was cell press recipient of the Young Investigator Award at the National University of Singapore in 2002 cell press the National Science Foundation faculty CAREER Award in 2008.

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His laboratory develops immune organoids cell press enabling technologies to understand healthy and diseased immune cells and memory therapeutics. He has received funding from the National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation, Wellcome Cell press HOPE, Department of Defense, Defense Threat Cell press Agency, and Lymphoma and Leukemia Society.

He has written multiple editorials for Science Translational Cell press. His immune organoids were identified among the Cell press 100 Discoveries of 2015 by Discover Magazine. He is the Founder and past-Chair cell press the Immune Engineering SIG at the Cell press for Biomaterials and Johnson institute Release Society.

He serves on the cell press board of Biomaterials, Advanced NanoBiomed Research, Cellular and Molecular bioengineering, Scientific Cell press, and J of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine journals. By using nanomedicine strategies the cell press Group, aims at providing in Increlex (Mecasermin [rDNA origin] Injection)- Multum and cell press a targeted cell press the required signals cell press promote nervous tissue regeneration.

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