刘小莉
  姓名:刘小莉
  职称:副教授、硕士生导师

  部门:材料学院
  联系方式:
  Tel:+86-512-65880583 
  Fax:+86-512-65880583 
  Email:liuxiaoli@suda.edu.cn


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学历及学术经历:

20127月毕业于武汉理工大学材料科学与工程学院,获工学博士学位(博士生导师:陈红教授)20128月加入苏州大学材料与化学化工学部高分子科学与工程系,并于20157月晋升副教授。先后担任国际期刊Polymer ChemistryColloids  and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 编辑助理。

  

研究领域:

生物材料表面改性及功能化;蛋白质、细胞与材料表面的相互作用研究;多功能血液接触材料表面的构建;高分子材料表面的类肝素化研究;微流控芯片材料表面改性及生物功能化

 

近年主持的科研项目: 

(1) 国家自然科学基金面上项目,2018.01-2021.12,项目负责人。

(2) 国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目,2014.01-2016.12,项目负责人。

(3) 江苏省高校自然科学研究面上项目,2013.08-2015.12,项目负责人。

(4) 中国博士后科学基金面上资助,2013.09-2016.12,项目负责人。


代表性论文:

[1]    S. Jin, J. Huang, X. Chen, H. Gu, D. Li*, A. Zhang, X. Liu*, H. Chen, Nitric oxide-generating antiplatelet polyurethane surfaces with multiple additional biofunctions via cyclodextrin-based host–guest interactions, ACS Applied Bio Materials, 3 (2020) 570-576.

[2]     X. Chen, H. Gu, Z. Lyu, X. Liu*, L. Wang*, H. Chen, J.L. Brash, Sulfonate groups and saccharides as essential structural elements in heparin-mimicking polymers used as surface modifiers: optimization of relative contents for antithrombogenic properties, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10 (2018) 1440-1449.

[3]     S. Li, B. Liu, T. Wei, C. Hu, Y. Hang, Y. Dong, X. Liu*, H. Chen*, Microfluidic channels with renewable and switchable biological functionalities based on host–guest interactions, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 6 (2018) 8055-8063.

[4]     S. Jin, H. Gu, X. Chen, X. Liu*, W. Zhan, T. Wei, X. Sun*, C. Ren, H. Chen, A facile method to prepare a versatile surface coating with fibrinolytic activity, vascular cell selectivity and antibacterial properties, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 167 (2018) 28-35.  

[5]     J. Wu, C. Hu, Z. Tang, Q. Yu, X. Liu*, H. Chen, Tissue-engineered vascular grafts: balance of the four major requirements, Colloid and Interface Science Communications, 23 (2018) 34-44.

[6]     H. Gu, X. Chen, X. Liu*, W. Zhan, Z. Lyu, Q. Yu, Z. Wu*, H. Chen, A hemocompatible polyurethane surface having dual fibrinolytic and nitric oxide generating functions, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 5 (2017) 980-987.

[7]     M. Wang, X. Liu*, Z. Lyu, H. Gu, D. Li, H. Chen, Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) and GAG mimetics regulate the behavior of stem cell differentiation, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 150 (2017) 175-182.

[8]     H. Gu, X. Chen, Q. Yu, X. Liu*, W. Zhan, H. Chen*, J.L. Brash, A multifunctional surface for blood contact with fibrinolytic activity, ability to promote endothelial cell adhesion and inhibit smooth muscle cell adhesion, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 5 (2017) 604-611.

[9]     J. Du, X. Liu*, W. Liu, Z. Wu*, H. Chen, One-step preparation of vinyl-functionalized material surfaces: a versatile platform for surface modification, Science China Chemistry, 57 (2014) 654-660. 

[10]   X. Liu, L. Yuan, D. Li, Z. Tang, Y. Wang, G. Chen, H. Chen*, J.L. Brash*, Blood compatible materials: state of the art, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2 (2014) 5718-5738.

[11]   Y. Wang, F. Zhou, X. Liu*, L. Yuan, D. Li, Y. Wang, H. Chen*, Aptamer-modified micro/nanostructured surfaces: efficient capture of Ramos cells in serum environment, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5 (2013) 3816-3823.

[12]   X. Liu, W. Tong, Z. Wu*, W. Jiang, Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-grafted poly(dimethylsiloxane) surfaces with tunable microtopography and anti-biofouling properties, RSC Advances, 3 (2013) 4716-4722.

[13]   X. Liu, Y. Xu, Z. Wu*, H. Chen*, Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-modified surfaces for biomedical applications, Macromolecular Bioscience, 13 (2013) 147-154. 

[14]   X. Liu, K. Sun, Z. Wu*, J. Lu, B. Song, W. Tong, X. Shi, H. Chen*, Facile synthesis of thermally stable poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-modified gold surfaces by surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization, Langmuir, 28 (2012) 9451-9459.

[15]   X. Liu, Z. Wu*, D. Li, H. Chen, Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-modified surfaces repel plasma protein adsorption, Chinese Journal of Polymer Science, 30 (2012) 235-241.

[16]  X. Liu, Z. Wu*, F. Zhou, D. Li, H. Chen*, Poly(vinylpyrrolidone-b-styrene) block copolymers tethered surfaces for protein adsorption and cell adhesion regulation, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 79 (2010) 452-459.