Turng Lab

Turng Lab

Theme leader of BIONATES: Lih-Sheng “Tom” Turng
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Tom Turng

Research Goals

Turng leads an interdisciplinary team to develop innovative tissue engineering scaffolds that restore, maintain or improve the function of diseased or damaged human tissues.



Current lab members

  • Xin Chen

    Xin Chen

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • xchen555@wisc.edu
  • Zhikui Ma

    Zhikui Ma

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • zma49@wisc.edu
  • Jason McNulty

    Jason McNulty

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • jdmcnulty@discovery.wisc.edu
  • Jun Peng

    Jun Peng

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • jpeng4@wisc.edu
  • Yiyan Peng

    Yiyan Peng

    Assistant Scientist, BIONATES

    • yiyanpeng@wisc.edu
  • Megan Sabatke

    Safety Representative, BIONATES

    • msabatke@wisc.edu
  • Cyrus Thompson

    Cyrus Thompson

    Undergraduate Assistant, BIONATES

    • crthompson3@wisc.edu
  • Tom Turng

    Lih-Sheng (Tom) Turng

    Theme Leader, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Mechanical Engineering, BIONATES

    • turng@engr.wisc.edu
  • Nathan Wang

    Nathan Wang

    Student Intern, BIONATES

    • nwang67@wisc.edu
  • Tong Wu

    Tong Wu

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • twu83@wisc.edu
  • Baiping Xu

    Baiping Xu

    Professor, BIONATES

    • xubaiping2003@163.com
  • Emily Yu

    Emily Yu

    Graduate Student, BIONATES

    • eyu3@wisc.edu