dr jie huang
- Dr Jie Huang
- Ex: 37183
- Senior Lecturer
- Dept of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Engineering Science
Research SummaryJie Huang’s research interest covers development, characterisation, in vitro and in vivo biological evaluations of bioactive glass, novel substituted hydroxyapatite, biocomposites and nanocomposites for tissue engineering scaffolds and medical applications.
Effects of ionic products from silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite on the rat brain activity: Morris water maze studies and long term potentiation in hippocampal CA1
The pathway to intelligent implants: osteoblast response to nano silicon-doped hydroxyapatite patterning.
Mechanism of Chromium Oxide Formation in Cobalt-Chromium-Molybdenum (F75) Alloys Prepared Using Spark Plasma Sintering
An electrically driven jetting technique for diverse high-resolution surface structures of nanometre hydroxyapatite crystals.
Surface modification of magnetron-sputtered hydroxyapatite thin films via silicon substitution for orthopaedic and dental applications
Electrohydrodynamic deposition of nanotitanium doped hydroxyapatite coating for medical and dental applications.
Effect of deposition parameters and post-deposition annealing on the morphology and cellular response of electrosprayed TiO2 films.
Bone-like nanocomposites based on self-assembled protein-based matrices with Ca2+ capturing capability
1997PhDDoctor of PhilosophyQueen Mary College, University of London
Jie Huang joined the department as a lecturer in 2006 from University of Cambridge, where she was a senior research associate at the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy. She completed her PhD in Biomedical Materials at Queen Mary, University of London in 1997.