WANG Lu Professor
发布时间: 2015-04-15


Professor WANG Lu

4023#College of Textiles

Donghua University

2999 Renmin North Rd. Songjiang District

Tel: +86-21-67792637

Dr. WANG Lu graduated with BSc and MSc in textile engineering from Donghua University, Shanghai, China, and was awarded a Ph.D. in biomedical textile at ENSITM of University of Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse, France. She has been serving as a professor in Textiles Engineering and Biomedical Textiles in Donghua University since 2003. She is current a director of Key Lab. of Textile Science & Technology of Ministry of Education, China. Her main research interests include functional design, forming and evaluation of biomedical textiles (such as vascular prosthesis, hernia mesh, suture, functional dressing, degradable ureteral stent, etc.) as well as green wool textiles. Dr. WANG has been responsible of a number of research projects, including “Biomedical Textile Science and Technology” 111 project of Ministry of Education (B07024), National “863” project (2002AA327010), Science & Technology Commission project of Shanghai Municipality (10520706600), Science & Technology key project of Jiangsu province (BE2004023, BE2008021, BE2014036), National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC, 30972942, 51003014, 81371648), Doctoral Fund of Ministry of Education of China (20100075110001), as well as dozens of industrial co-projects. She also has been involved in several international cooperation projects, including EU Asia-link project, Australia CAWIN project, American NSF project (CTS0424716). She has published 67 Chinese patents (44 awarded), more than 160 scientific papers as well as 6 books as a co-editor and/or contributing author. She has gotten 6 Science and Technology Progress Prizes awarded by provincial government or Chinese Textile Industry Federation. Dr. WANG has extensive experience in textile production and close relationship with industries.



1.Jing Lin, Lu Wang*, Robert Guidoin, Mark Nutley, Ge Song, Ze Zhang, Du Jia, Yvan Douville. Stent fabric fatigue of grafts supported by Z-stents vs ringed stents: an in vitro buckling test, Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 2014, 28(7): 965–977.

2.Xiaoyuan Yang, Lu Wang*, Guoping Guan, Martin W. King, Yuling Li, Lei Peng, Ying Guan, Xingyou Hu. Preparation and evaluation of bicomponent and homogeneous polyester silk small diameter arterial prostheses. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 2014, 28(5) : 676–687.

3.Md. Fazley Elahi, Guoping Guan, Lu WANG*, Martin W. KING. Influence of layer-by-layer polyelectrolyte deposition and EDC/NHS activated heparin immobilization onto silk fibroin fabric, Materials, 2014, 7(4), 2956-2977.

4.Fujun Wang, Chaojing LI, Lu Wang*, Cong Li, Yuling Li, Jing Lin, Zaiping Jing, Graeham Douglas, Mark Nutley, Robert Guidoin.Flared textile cuff to be apposed on the proximal sealing zone in fenestrated stent-grafts, Textile Research Journal.2014, 84(3): 279–289.

5.Fujun Wang, Abedalwafa Mohammed, Chaojing Li, Peng Ge, Lu Wang*, Martin W. King. Degradable/ non-degradable polymer composites for in-situ tissue engineering small diameter vascular prosthesis application. Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering, 201424 2127–2133.

6.Guoping Guan, Lu Wang*, Mingzhong Liand LunBai. In vivo biodegradation of porous silk fibroin films implanted under the skin and muscle of the rat. Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering 2014, 24: 789–797.

7.Zou Ting, Wang Lu*, Li Wenchao, Wang Wenzu, Chen Fang, Martin W King. A Resorbable Bicomponent Braided Ureteral Stent with Improved Mechanical Performance, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. 2014, oct.3817-25.

8.Sibanda Pethile, Xiao-Jie Chen, Dan-dan Hou, and Lu Wang*. Effect of Changing Coating Process Parameters in the Preparation of Antimicrobial-Coated Silk Sutures: An In Vitro Study, Fibers and Polymers. 2014, 15(8): 1589-1595.

9.Ming Qing Zhang, Ting Zou, Yi Chen Huang, Ya Feng Shang, Gang Gang Yang, Wen Zu Wang, Jun Mei Zhou, Lu Wang, Fang Chen and Hua Xie. Braided thin-walled biodegradable ureteral stent: Preliminary evaluation in a canine model. International Journal of Urology. 2014, 21(4):401-7.

10.Bin Zhang, Lu Wang, Liangfei Luo, Martin W. King. Natural dye extracted from Chinese gall --the application of color and antibacterial activity to wool fabric. Journal of Cleaner Production, DOI 10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.05.100

11.Md. Fazley Elahi, Guoping Guan, Lu Wang*, Martin W. King. Hemocompatibility of Heparin immobilized Layer-by-Layered Self-assembled Fibroin Fabric for Small Diameter Artificial Blood Vessel. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 2014, 131(18): 9307-9318.

12.Md. Fazley Elahi, Guoping Guan, Lu Wang*. Hemocompatibility of Surface Modified Silk Fibroin Materials : A Review. Reviews on Advanced Materials Science. 2014, 38(2) : 148-159.

13.Pethile Sibanda, Chen Xiao-Jie, Wang Lu*. The Development of Sustained Release Antimicrobial Silk SuturesProgress in Biomedical Engineering, 2014, 351):13-17

14.Shen Gao-tian, Zhang Wei, Lin Jing, Wang Lu*. The impact of test conditions on crimping textile vascular prostheses’ radial compliance, Journal of Medical Biomechanics, 2014, 29(2) : 113-118.

15.Wang Xiaoli, Gao Jing*, Wang Lu, Sun Lijun, Yao Yuhua. Electrospun Chitosan Based Nanofibers As Wound Dressing. Melliand China. 2014, 422):4-6.

16.Guan Ying, Guan Guoping, Lin Jing, Wang Yinnan, Wang Lu. Influencing Factors and Improving Methods of compliance of small-diameter vascular prostheses, Material Review2014, 2810):125-129.

17.CHEN Xiao-jie, JI Xiao-ping, WANG Lu, WANG Fu-jun, GUAN Guo-ping, M. W. King. Experimental Research of Wall Structure and in Vitro Properties of ePTFE Vascular Prostheses. Journal of Donghua University, 2014, 404):424-429.