SMSE

Faculty, by Name

Changli ZHAO

Changli ZHAO

Platform:
Institute of Composite Materials
Title:
Assistant Researcher
Office:
Room 421, Material Building D
Tel:
+86-21-3420-2759
Fax:
+86-21-3420-2759
Email:
zcl@sjtu.edu.cn
URL:
http://biometal.sjtu.edu.cn

Biographical Information

1996-2000 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tian Jin University, Bachelor degree

2003-2006 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Master degree

2008-2012 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Ph. D

2006- School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai JiaoTong University, Assistant Researcher

 

Research Interests

Biodegradable metals, Metal matrix composites

 

Selected Publications

1.        Changli Zhao, Peng Cao, Weiping Ji, Pei Han, Jihong Zhang, Fan Zhang, Yao Jiang and Xiaonong Zhang*. Hierarchical titanium surface textures affect osteoblastic functions, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A, 99A:666–675, 2011.

2.        Changli Zhao, Weiping Ji, Pei Han, Jihong Zhang, Yao Jiang, Xiaonong Zhang*. In vitro and in vivo mineralization and osseointegration of nanostructured Ti6Al4V. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 13:645–654, 2011.

3.        Shaoxiang Zhang, Xiaonong Zhang*, Changli Zhao, Jianan Li, Yang Song, Chaoyin Xie, Hairong Tao, Yan Zhang, Yaohua He, Yao Jiang, Yujun Bian. Research of an Mg-Zn alloy as a degradable biomaterial. Acta Biomaterialia; 6:626-640, 2010.

4.        Jianan Li, Yang Song, Shaoxiang Zhang, Changli Zhao, Fan Zhang, Xiaonong Zhang*, Lei Cao, Qiming Fan, Tingting Tang. In vitro responses of human bone marrow stromal cells to a fluoridated hydroxyapatite coated biodegradable Mg-Zn alloy Biomaterials 31:5782-5788, 2010.

5.        Yang Song, Shaoxiang Zhang, Jianan Li, Changli Zhao, Xiaonong Zhang*. Electrodeposition of Ca-P coatings on biodegradable Mg alloy: In vitro biomineralization behavior. Acta Biomaterialia. 6: 1736-1742, 2010.

 

Research Projects

2012 National Natural Science Foundation of China: Study on biodegradable behaviors and control mechanism of biomedical magnesium alloys and their devices under the action of stress.

2010 National Natural Science Foundation of China: Molecules biocompatibility of the biodegradable magnesium alloy with intestinal epithelial cells

2009 863 program: Research on HA/MgZn composite bone scaffolds for tissue engineering