HK Lin

Contact Information:
HK Lin


Lin, HK (HSC)

Department of:

College Of Medicine/Urology -Associate Professor of Urology

Center of:


Iowa State University   BSc  
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY   MS  
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY   PhD  

Professional Interest/Expertise/Specializations:
Hsueh-Kung Lin, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Urology. He earned his MS at Cornell and a PhD in immunology also from Cornell. After serving on the faculty at both the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Lin joined our faculty in September, 2000. He is a highly qualified researcher in the areas of tissue regeneration and functional genomics. He brings a strong basic science research component to our Department as well as providing unique research options for our residents


Research Projects:

Selected Publications:

Bladder regeneration in a canine model using hyaluronic acid-poly (lactic-co-glycolic) acid nanoparticle modified porcine small intestinal submucosa
2011    Roth CC, Mondalek FG, Kibary Y, Ashley RA, Bell CH, Califano JA, Madihally SV, Frimberger D, Lin H-K, Kropp BP
BJU International
Enhanced angiogenesis of porcine small intestinal submucosa with hyaluronic acid-poly (lactide-co-glycolide) nanoparticles: From fabrication to pre-clinical validation
2010    Mondalek, FG, Ashley RA, Roth CC, Kibar Y, Shakir N, Ihnat MA, Fung K-M, Grady BP, Kropp BP, Lin H-K.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research
Age-dependent vascular endothelial growth factor expression and angiogenic capability of bladder smooth muscle cells
2009    Azzarello JT, Kropp BP, Fung K-M, Lin H-K.
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Leukocyte inflammatory response in a rat urinary bladder regeneration model using porcine small intestinal submucosa scaffold
2009    Ashley RA, Palmer BW, Schultz AD, Woodson BW, Roth CC, Routh JC, Fung KM, Frimberger D, Lin H-K, Kropp BP
Tissue Engineering A
Regional variations in small intestinal submucosa (SIS) evoke differences in inflammation with subsequent impact on tissue regeneration in the rat bladder augmentation model
2009    Ashley RA, Roth CC, Kibar Y, Routh JC, Fung K-M, Frimberger D, Lin H-K, Kropp BP
BJU International
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