Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan
xiajy (at) umich (dot) edu
Hometown: Changsha, China
BS in Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, 2019
MS in Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, 2021
Research interests: My previous research experience during my undergrad focused on in vitro fabrication of vascularized adipose tissue. During my master years, I got more interested in animal studies and wound healing. Specifically, I focused on characterizing Microporous Annealed Particle (MAP) hydrogel, modulating MAP immune response in vitro, and studying dermal wound healing with MAP in vivo. My overall research interest is studying wound healing mechanisms and using biomaterial/ regenerative medicines to direct healthy accelerated healing or even perfect healing.
Outside of lab interests: When I am free, I like trying out new baking and cooking recipes or sometimes bouldering with my friends. I also read cosmetic dermatology books for fun.
Li, Xuanyue, Jingyi Xia, Calin T. Nicolescu, Miles W. Massidda, Tyler J. Ryan, and Joe Tien. "Engineering of microscale vascularized fat that responds to perfusion with lipoactive hormones." Biofabrication 11, no. 1 (2018): 014101.