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Xuejun Wen

Xuejun Wen
Xuejun Wen
Clemson-MUSC Bioengineering Program
Charleston, South Carolina, USA


Xuejun Wen is currently a tenured full professor in the department of Bioengineering, Clemson University. He is also the State of South Carolina Named Hansjorg Wyss Endowed Chair Professor in Regenerative Medicine. He joined Clemson Bioengineering as a tenuretrack faculty in 2003, and resides in Charleston, SC to initiate joint bioengineering program between the Clemson University and Medical University of South Carolina CUMUSC with the mission to foster translational research and promote interinstitutional, multidisciplinary collaborations. He is also being appointed as adjunct faculty in a couple of clinical and basic science departments at MUSC, fields including neuroscience, orthopaedic surgery, dental medicine, and cell biology and anatomy. Through the past 8 years of his independent academic career, he has established a strong independent extramurally funded research lab in the field of biomaterials, tissue engineering, stem cells, and regenerative medicine. His research focuses on regenerating functional and safe human tissues by combining the principles of biomaterial science, biological science, stem cell biology, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine with the advanced techniques in molecular and cell biology. His lab has been extensively funded by federal organizations, as well as private foundations. Currently, his lab is funded by NIH R01 awards, and R21 awards, NSF NSF CAREER award, and NSF research grant, DoD Office of Naval Research, CDMRP, National Textile Center, Michael J. FOX Foundation for Parkinson’s disease, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, March of Dimes Foundation, AO Foundation, Orthopedic Trauma Foundation, South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund, etc. He has filed over 30 disclosures with 12 full patent applications. His research has been featured in numerous press releases and was highlighted in the front page of Clemson University, and the front page of the College of Engineering and Science of Clemson University.

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Novel Biomaterials, Stem Cell Biology, Cell/Tissue Engineering, Regenerative Medicine.



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