Announcements

Recent media covererage of FRESH 3D Bioprinting

Our publication on FRESH 3D bioprinting in Science Advances, led by TJ Hinton and team, has been widely reported on.  Here are links to recent articles and videos. Please keep in mind that we are NOT yet printing functional human tissues, ...

“Three-dimensional printing of complex biological structures by freeform reversible embedding of suspended hydrogels”

TJ Hinton, Quentin Jallerat, Rachelle Palchesko, Joon Hyung Park, Martin Grodzicki, Hao-Jan Shue, Mohamed Ramadan, and Andrew Hudson are co-authors on our recent article in Science Advances entitled "Three-dimensional printing of complex biological structures by freeform reversible embedding of suspended hydrogels." This article ...

Congratulations to John Szymanski for receiving his PhD!

Congrats to John Szymanski, who received his PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering for his outstanding research on engineered ECM protein fibers and fibronectin mechanobiology. He has the honor of being the first PhD to graduate from the group and has set a high ...

“Spontaneous Helical Structure Formation in Laminin Nanofibers”

John Szymanski and Mengchen Ba are co-first authors on our recent article in the Journal of Materials Chemistry B entitled "Spontaneous Helical Structure Formation in Laminin Nanofibers."  This article describes the use of surface-initiated assembly to engineer protein nanofibers of defined laminin compositions ...

“Differentiation of Cardiomyocytes from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Using Monolayer Culture”

Ivan Batalov is lead author on our recent review article in the Supplementary Issue on Stem Cell Biology in the journal Biomarker Insights entitled "Differentiation of Cardiomyocytes from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Using Monolayer Culture." This article summarizes recent advances in cardiomyocyte differentiation techniques, with particular ...

Congratulations To Prarthana Patil For Receiving Her Masters Of Science In Biomedical Engineering

Congats to Prarthana Patil, who has received her MS degree in Biomedical Engineering for her research on micropatterned alginate fibers for muscle tissue engineering.  Prarthana will continue to work in the group through the summer.

Patent Issued: “Devices comprising muscle thin films and uses thereof in high throughput assays for determining contractile function”

Prof. Feinberg is a co-inventor on the recently issued US Patent No. 9,012,172, “Devices comprising muscle thin films and uses thereof in high throughput assays for determining contractile function.”

Patent Issued: “Surface topographies for non-toxic bioadhesion control”

Prof. Feinberg is a co-inventor on the recently issued US Patent No. 8,997,672  “Surface topographies for non-toxic bioadhesion control.”

Congrats to Quentin Jallerat for receiving a STAR Award from SFB

Congratulation to Quentin Jallerat for receiving a STAR Award from the Society For Biomaterials.  He will present his research entitled "Micropatterning Directional ECM Cues in Hydrogel-based Scaffolds for Cardiac Tissue Engineering" at the upcoming annual meeting in Charlotte, NC, in ...

Can Science and Technology Fix a Broken Heart? (HuffPost)

Dr. Cynthia Thaik, Cardiologist, Author, and Founder Of Revitalize-U, interviews Prof. Feinberg about the current technologies available for heart repair. "Conversations like this one -- between a clinical cardiologist like myself and a biomedical researcher like Adam -- can help provide the ...