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Tissue Sculpture: How Do Our Lungs Form? Jake J. Klimek, UG '24 (5C795CAC)

Our lungs are beautifully designed and energetically efficient gas-exchange systems that are formed by complex, tree-like networks. However, sometimes lungs do not form correctly during embryonic…

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Controlled in situ Assembly of Biocompatible Polymers, Sanjana Venkatesh, UG '26 (2D0A2083)

What happens when we infuse cells and biological tissues with human-made materials? The possibilities are endless; we open up a new world for interacting with our cells, from measuring minuscule…

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Towards Spatially-Modulated Collective Cell Migration, Yubin Lin, GS (374003CF)

From wound healing to cancer metastasis, collective cell migration is a key step to these biological processes. However, many of these migrations are localized and does not impact the whole system.…

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Julian Gold: DataX Biomedical Data Scientist

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3D Printing of Complex Materials for Biomedical and General Use, Lauren Ava Rawson, UG '23 (2270891)

Cell-cell connections are far stronger than cell-substrate connections. The proteins that cells use to connect to non-cellular material are weaker than the proteins used in cell-cell connections. On…

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E-cadherin: Biological Glue to Improve Cell-Material Adhesion, Youn Kyoung (Elena) Cho, GS (2279756)

Biomedical devices that penetrate the skin, such as implants and vascular access devices, rely on a stable attachment between the tissue and material to prevent complications. If the adhesion fails…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Jonathan Velotta

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Jonathan Velotta "Extreme Physiology and the Mechanisms of Adaptation to High Altitude"

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OURSIP Intern - Mary Whelan

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OURSIP Intern - Sophia Zelizer

The Clock is in Control: How Light Cycles Regulate the Immune System Mentor: Prof. John Brooks, Molecular Biology

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OURSIP Intern - Rishabh Rout

Simulating Spatial Transcriptomics Data

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OURSIP Intern - Ellen Su

Spatial Transcriptomics and Evaluation of STARCH

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OURSIP Intern - Lauren Okamoto

Imputing Single-Cell Expression Data based on Joint Statistical Modeling of Spatial and RNA Sequencing

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OURSIP intern - Max Land

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Aligning Tissues via Optimal Transport

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Medical Applications of Direct Strongly Non-Equilibrium Plasmas

Dr. Greg Fridman, Drexel University

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Skin Stem Cells: Their Biology and Clinical Promise

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