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Patent Issued: “Methods of generating patterned soft substrates and uses thereof”

Prof. Feinberg is a co-inventor on the recently issued US Patent No. 8,748,181  “Methods of generating patterned soft substrates and uses thereof.”

Publication: “Nano- and Microstructured ECM and Biomimetic Scaffolds for Cardiac Tissue Engineering”

We have published a chapter titled Nano- and Microstructured ECM and Biomimetic Scaffolds for Cardiac Tissue Engineering in the book Bio-inspired Materials for Biomedical Engineering edited by Tony Brennan and Chelsea Kirschner. Co-authors are Quentin Jallerat, John Szymanski and Adam Feinberg. ...

Publication: “Fabrication of Freestanding Alginate Microfibers and Microstructures for Tissue Engineering Applications”

We have published an article entitled "Fabrication of Freestanding Alginate Microfibers and Microstructures for Tissue Engineering Applications" in the journal Biofabrication .  Authors are graduate student John Szymanski and Prof Adam Feinberg.

Congratulations to Prarthana for Receiving a Summer Research Fellowship

Congratulations to MS student Prarthana Patil, who has received a Summer Research Fellowship from the Department of Biomedical Engineering to continue her work on patterned microfibers for muscle tissue engineering applications.

Rachelle Palchesko wins second place poster at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine Retreat

Congratulations to Dr. Rachelle Palchesko for wining 2nd place in the poster competition in the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine 2014 retreat for her poster entitled "Development of a Human Bioengineered Corneal Endothelium Towards Use in Endothelial Keratoplasty."

Congratulations to Amrita Sahu for Receiving her Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Congats to Amrita Sahu, who has received her MS degree in Biomedical Engineering for her research on single cell protein scaffolds.  Amrita will continue to work in the group through the spring semester.

Publication: “Engineered skeletal muscle tissue for soft robotics: fabrication strategies, current applications, and future challenges”

We have published a review article entitled "Engineered skeletal muscle tissue for soft robotics: fabrication strategies, current applications, and future challenges" in the journal WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology.  Authors are graduate student Rebecca Duffy and Prof Adam Feinberg.

Publication: “Functional Differences in Engineered Myocardium from Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived versus Neonatal Cardiomyocytes”

Prof. Feinberg is the lead author on a new publication in the journal Stem Cell Reports describing the functional comparison of cardiac muscle engineered from neonatal mouse cardiomyocytes versus cardiomyocytes derived from mouse embryonic stem cells.  The study highlights the ...

Patent Issued: “Engineered cell growth on polymeric films and biotechnological applications thereof”

Prof. Feinberg is a co-inventor on the recently issued US Patent No. 8,492,150 entitled "Engineered cell growth on polymeric films and biotechnological applications thereof."

Welcome to undergraduates Anshul, Danny, Rahul and Shigeto working in the lab this summer!

We are pleased to welcome four undergraduates working in the lab this summer on a range of projects.   Anshul Dhanker and Rahul Kurl have both received the highly competitive Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from the Undergraduate Research Office at ...