Our group has been awarded a new NIGMS R21 grant entitled, ‘High-throughput Single Cell Mechanomics’

This technology will enable mechanomic characterization of individual cell phenotype from heterogeneous bulk cell preparations, on the basis of their response to physical and biochemical stimuli and may enable more accurate prospective prediction of cellular function. The proposed research aligns with the NIH’s mission to develop innovative technologies for biomedical research.

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Webinar on 3D Printed Microfluidics

I along with Bryce Bickham from Acrea 3D will be giving a webinar on 3D Printed Microfluidics at the Microfluidics Association (MFA) – MFA aims to support the microfluidic community with the development of standards and protocols.Here is a link:https://lnkd.in/gkG4UZV

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Our work was highlighted on “HealthLink on Air”

HealthLink on Air is an award-winning talk show that explores a variety of health and medical issues, showcasing experts with ties to Syracuse and Central New York, with the goal of advancing medical education, research, patient care and community service. The show airs every Sunday on National Public Radio station WRVO. http://blogs.upstate.edu/healthlinkonair/2017/05/18/using-3-d-printer-and-stem-cells-to-grow-replacement-bone/

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