Peggy P.Y. Chan
Lecturer, Swinburne University of Technology
Department of Telecommunications, Electrical, Robotics and Biomedical Engineering, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
Dr Peggy P.Y. Chan received her PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of New South Wales in 2007. In 2007-2009, she worked as a research scientist at the Institute of Bioengineering & Nanotechnology, A-Star Singapore to develop new polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering and drug delivery applications. In 2009-2011, she was awarded a fixed term lectureship to undertake biomaterials and microfluidic research at Monash University. In 2012-2014, she was awarded with a senior research fellowship from RMIT University as well as a MCN Tech fellowship from Melbourne Center for Nanofabrication to conduct biomaterials and microfluidic research. She is now a Lecturer (2015-present) at the Department of Telecommunications Electrical Robotics and Biomedical Engineering, Swinburne University of Technology, where her research focused on development of new polymeric materials for microfabrication and development of new microfluidic devices for various bio-applications. During 2016-2017, she also served as a visiting scholar at University of California Berkeley to develop fast-responsive biomaterials and photosensitive polymers for microfluidic single cell analysis.
Areas of expertise
Fast-responsive Polymers, Photosensitive Polymers for Microfabrication, Biomaterials, Microfluidic Devices
- K.W. Cheng, L. Alhasan, A.R. Rezk, A. Al-Abboodi, P. Doran, L.Y. Yeo, P.P.Y. Chan, Fast three-dimensional micropatterning of PC12 cells in rapidly crosslinked hydrogel scaffolds using ultrasonic standing waves, Biofabrication, 12(1), 2019
- S. Grossemy, P.P.Y. Chan, P.M. Doran, Electrical stimulation of cell growth and neurogenesis using conductive and nonconductive microfibrous scaffolds, Integrative Biology, 11(6), 264-279, 2019.
- A.Al-Abboodi, S. Zhang, M. Al-Saady, J. Ong, P. Chan, J. Fu, Tissue sealant with visible light crosslinked porous hydrogel, Biomedical Materials, 14, 045010, 2019.
- N.S. Taheri, Y. Wang, K. Berean, P.P.Y. Chan, K. Kalantar-Zadeh, Lithium intercalated molybdenum disulphide-coated cotton thread as viable nerve tissue scaffold candidate, ACS Applied Nano Materials 2(4), 2044-2053, 2019
- J.J. Kim, P.P.Y. Chan, J. Vlassakis, A. Geldert, A.E. Herr, Microparticle delivery of protein markers for single-cell western blotting from microwells, Small 14(48), 1802865, 2018.
- Y. Zhang, P. Chan, A. Herr, Rapid capture and release of nucleic acids through a reversible photo-cycloaddition reaction in the psoralen-functionalized hydrogel, Angewandte Chemie, 57(9), 2357-2361, 2018.
- A.Nilghaz, S. Hoo, W. Shen, X. Lu, P.P.Y. Chan, Multilayer cell culture system supported by thread, Sensors & Actuator: B. Chemical 257, 650-657, 2018.
- A.Al-Abboodi, R. Tjeung, P.M. Doran, L.Y. Yeo, J. Friend, P.P.Y. Chan, In situ generation of tunable porosity gradients in hydrogel-based scaffolds for microfluidic cell culture, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 3(10), 1655-1670, 2014.
- A.Al-Abboodi, J. Fu, P.M. Doran, T.T.Y. Tan, P.P.Y. Chan, Injectable 3D hydrogel scaffold with tailorable porosity post-implantation, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 3(5), 725-736, 2014 (DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201300303). [Impact factor 5.76; cited by 24]
- A.Qi, S.P. Hoo, J. Friend, L. Yeo, Z. Yue, P.P.Y. Chan, Hydroxypropyl cellulose methacrylate as a photo-patternable and biodegradable hybrid paper substrate for cell culture and other bioapplications, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 3, 543-554, 2014 (DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201300155). [Impact factor 5.76; cited by 15]