In 2016, Hà Phương Thư, Head of Biomedical nanomaterials and her colleagues published 22 articles in international magazines. On November 10, 2016, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology published the results of research and transferred complex technology of preparing the nanofabrication FGC used in room and supported in preventing tumor, manufactured successfully a system made from three substances: Curcumin, Fucoidan and Saponinginseng in nanoscale, researched by Ha Phuong Thu. Mrs Thu signed transfer agreements nano FGC to produce functional food branded Cumargold Kare for (prevention and supporting cancer treatment) for Pharmaceutical Cosmetics company CVI.
Graduating from Hue University of Pedagogy in 1996, Mrs. Thu taught at An Ninh Dong Secondary School before attending the Institute of Chemistry as a postgraduate student. With a research scholarship from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; she defended her PhD thesis and won a post-doctoral fellowship at the European Council for Nuclear Research, France. In 2007, she worked at the Institute of Materials Science and appoinred the Head of Biomedical Nanomaterials. In 2012, the result from her researches on “Manufacturing and evaluating the effectiveness of drug delivery systems of targeted nanostructures onto cancer cells” earnt her the L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Awards.
Dr. Ha Phuong Thu has 30 reports in the field of biomedical nanomaterials on international magazines.