Based on chemical engineering and polymer chemistry, we are developing new biomaterials (hydrogels, separation membranes, and microparticles) and new therapeutic devices that can be administered into the body. As materials, we combine polysaccharides such as hyaluronic acid and alginic acid with proteins such as gelatin and albumin to develop anti-adhesive materials, anti-stenosis materials, hemostatic materials, tissue adhesive materials, wound dressing materials, and artificial oxygen carriers, which are necessary for safe and minimally invasive surgery. We are developing topical drug delivery using injectable biomaterials and achieving local tissue regeneration using scaffolds and cell delivery materials.
Minimally invasive surgical treatment
Regenerative medicine and drug delivery
Bio-inspired and biomimetic biomaterials