• Specific binding of spheres to thrombi under flow condition

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  • Specific binding of live cells to thrombi under flow condition

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  • Targeted delivery of particles to mouse mesenteric arterial thrombosis

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  • Ta group in 2019

  • Ta group in 2019

Smart magnetic resonance imaging nano-sensor for detecting and grading diseases

The early detection and accurate characterization of life-threatening diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer are critical to the design of treatment.

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Novel nanomaterials for theranostics of cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases

Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of body tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants.

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Nano-theranostics of thrombotic diseases

This project aims to develop smart nanomedicine with incorporated diagnostic sensor and external stimuli-responsive treatment mechanisms for thrombotic diseases.

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Innovative reversible blood clotting agents for emergency treatment of internal bleeding

Currently, there is a lack of effective therapeutics for internal bleeding following a traumatic event. In this project, novel reversible blood clotting nanomaterials will be designed to be able to hunt for internal injuries and bleeding and then stop the bleeding quickly.

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Cardiovascular diseases on the chip

Every newly developed drug need to be tested through several rounds of animal testing before they can be tested on human. However, a rodent or chimp’s response to a medication does not alsway translate so smoothly in a person.

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About Hang Ta Group

The research in Associate Professor Hang T. Ta’s Laboratory (CardiovasNanoMicro Lab) focuses on the development of advanced nanomaterials for molecular imaging, diagnosis, treatment and also theranostics of cardiovascular diseases, inflammatory diseases and bleeding disorders. The group is also dedicated to the development of cardiovascular disease on microfluidic devices for fundamental investigation of the disease, drug testing and screening, and also for diagnostics of the disease.

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