2003.09-2007.06 Chongqing University (China), Bioengineering, Bachelor;
2007.09-2008.12 Chongqing University (China), Biomedical engineering, Master;
2009.03-2011.12 Chongqing University (China), Biomedical engineering, Doctor;
2012.03-2014.12 Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology，CAS, Assistant professor；
2012.09-2013.05 The University of Roma Tor Vergata (Italy), Postdoctoral research;
2014.01-2015.01 The University of Hong Kong, Visiting scholar;
2015.01-now Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology，CAS, Associate professor；
3D-Bioprinting; Biodegradable Polymeric Biomaterials
1）Zhai XY, Ma YF, Ruan CS*, Lu WW*, and Liu WG*, et al. 3D-printed high strength bioactive supramolecular polymer/clay nanocomposite hydrogel scaffold for bone regeneration, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2017, 3 (6):1109–1118
2) Ruan CS+, Hu N+, Ma YF, Zhang XZ*, and Pan HB*, et al. The interfacial pH of acidic degradable polymeric biomaterials and its effects on osteoblast behavior, Scientific Reports (2017), Accepted.
3) Cui X, Huang CC, Ruan CS* and Pan HB*, et al. Enhanced osteointegration of poly (methylmethacrylate) bone cements by incorporating strontium-containing borate bioactive glass, Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2017), Accepted.
4）Ma YF, Liu J, Ruan CS*, Luo YF*, et al. Incorporating isosorbide as the chain extender improves mechanical properties of linear biodegradable polyurethanes as potential bone regeneration materials, RSC Advances, 7(2017): 13886-13895.
5）Luo GL†, Ma YF†, Cui X, Jiang LX , Wu Mm, Ruan CS* , et al. 13-93 bioactive glass/alginate composite scaffolds 3D printed under mild conditions for bone regeneration. RSC Advances, 7(2017): 11880–11889.
6) Luo YX, Luo GL, Ruan CS*, et al. 3D bioprinting scaffold using alginate/polyvinyl alcohol bioinks. Materials Letters, 189 (2017): 295–298.
7) Ruan CS, Zhu YJ, Zhou X, Abidi N, Hu Y, Catchmark JM. Effect of cellulose crystallinity on bacterial cellulose assembly. Cellulose (2016) 23:3417–3427
8) Xing J, Ma YF, Ruan CS *, Luo YF, et al. Stretching-induced nanostructures on shape memory polyurethane films and their regulation to osteoblasts morphology. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 146 (2016): 431–441.
9) Ruan CS, Jiang LX, Cai QQ, Pan HB, et al. Piperazine-based polyurethane-ureas with controllable degradation as potential bone scaffolds. Polymer, 55 (2014):1020-1027.
10) Ruan CS, Jiang LX, Ca QQ, Pan HB, et al. Tunable degradation of piperazine-based polyurethane ureas. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014, 131, 40527. (Invited paper)
11) Wang YL, Ruan CS*, Sun JX, et al. Degradation studies on segmented polyurethanes prepared with poly (D, L -lactic acid) diol, hexamethylene diisocyanate and different chain extenders. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 96(2011):1687-1694.
12) Ruan CS, Wang YL, Zhang ML, et al. Design, synthesis and characterization of novel biodegradable shape memory polymers based on poly (D,L-lactic acid) diol, hexamethylene diisocyanate and piperazine. Polymer International, 2012, 61: 524–530.
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