Congratulations to Kehan for receiving an Outstanding Dissertation Award!
Congratulations to Kehan for successfully defending her thesis, "Mechanotransduction through Cytoskeleton and Junctions in Cardiomyopathies!"
Congratulations to Christine for defending her thesis, “Investigation of Physiological and Pathological Vascular Functions Using Engineered Systems”
Dr. Chen has received the 2019 Robert A. Pritzker Distinguished Lecture Award, recognizing achievements and leadership in biomedical engineering.
Congrats to Dan for successfully defending his thesis, “3D Printing Approaches for Guiding Endothelial Cell Mitration and Vascularization."
Force Generation via β-Cardiac Myosin, Titin, and α-Actinin Drives Cardiac Sarcomere Assembly from Cell-Matrix Adhesions PDF
A non-canonical Notch complex regulates adherens junctions and vascular barrier function PDF
Three-dimensional biomimetic vascular model reveals a RhoA, Rac1, and N-cadherin balance in mural cell–endothelial cell-regulated barrier function PDF
3D-printed vascular networks direct therapeutic angiogenesis in ischaemia. PDF
Mechanosensing in fibrillar microenvironments PDF