Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
Jubel Hall, Room 303G
EducationPhD, The Ohio State University, 2018
MS, University of Florida, 2015
BS, Beijing University of Chemical Technology
Creates novel drug delivery systems using multi-functional biomaterials and investigate the pathways of the treatments for cardiovascular diseases
Hong Niu has a long-standing interest in new biomaterials and drug delivery, stem cell transplantation for tissue regeneration, and biomaterials-driven immunomodulation. She has over ten years of experience in polymeric biomaterials related techniques.
Hong joined the Guan laboratory in 2015 as a PhD student at The Ohio State University after completing a master’s degree at the University of Florida. She earned her PhD in 2018, then was a postdoctoral research associate in the Guan laboratory at the Washington University in St. Louis from 2019-2022. Her bachelor's degree was in polymer science and engineering from Beijing University of Chemical Technology.