Asst Prof LP Tan is currently in the School of Materials Science and Engineering since 2004. Her research interests include polymer engineering, and biodegradable polymers and heart tissue engineering.
Assoc Prof Tan Lay Poh
Co-Director, ICC Office
Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering
Asst Prof LP Tan research interests include polymer engineering, and biodegradable polymers and heart tissue engineering
- Advanced and Innovative Stapler Device for Haemorrhoidectomy
- Decellularized Plant and Fungi Scaffolds for Structured Meat Production
- Effect of High Frequency and High Voltage Stress on Epoxy Mold Compound
- GReNutri: Green solution for tailored Release of Nutrients – Novel solution for better Yield and water retention
- Materials Engineering Education Stakeholders analysis
- The Nature of Engineering Design Thinking: An Interdisciplinary Teaching and Problem Based Authentic Learning Approach
- L.P. Tan *, A. Hidayat, L.L Lao and L.F. Quah. (2008). Release of Hydrophilic Drug from Biodegradable Polymer Blends. JOURNAL OF BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE-POLYMER EDITION, .
- Wang XT (Wang, Xintong), Venkatraman SS (Venkatraman, Subbu S.), Boey FYC (Boey, Freddy Y. C.), Loo JSC (Loo, Joachim S. C.), Tan LP (Tan, Lay Poh). (2006). Controlled release of sirolimus from a multilayered PLGA stent matrix. Biomaterials, 27, 5588-5595.
- Tan, LP; Venkatraman, SS; Joso, JFD; Boey, FYC. (2006). Collapse pressures of bilayered biodegradable stents. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 79B, 102 - 107.
- Venkatraman, SS; Tan, LP; Joso, JFD; Boey, YCF; Wang, XT. (2006). Biodegradable stents with elastic memory. Biomaterials, 27, 1573 - 1578.
- Tan, LP; Venkatraman, SS; Sung, PF; Wang, XT. (2004). Effect of plasticization on heparin release from biodegradable matrices. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 283, 89 - 96.