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Chun Yang publishes "Mechanical memory and dosing influence stem cell fate" in Nature Materials

March 17, 2014

Chun Yang publishes "Mechanical memory and dosing influence stem cell fate" in Nature Materials. She shows that hMSCs differentiate differently when exposed to surfaces of different moduli for different periods of time. Congratulations Chun! http://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nmat3889.htmlRead more »

Kelly Mabry and Tobin Brown earn joint Employees of the Spring Quarter

March 13, 2014

After the dust settled and all the votes were counted, Kelly Mabry and Tobin Brown were left in a dead heat for Spring Employee of the Quarter, so have the honor of being our first joint awardees. Kelly and Tobin have both been very active in ensuring the lab runs... Read more »

Katie Lewis and Daniel McKinnon win STAR Awards for outstanding abstracts submitted to the Society for Biomaterials 2014 Spring Meeting

March 7, 2014

Katie Lewis and Daniel McKinnon win STAR Awards for outstanding abstracts submitted to the Society for Biomaterials 2014 Spring Meeting in Denver. Come by and see their talks if you make it to the meeting!Read more »
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6 Anseth Group members judge Corden Regional Science Fair

Feb. 28, 2014

Thanks to Tobin Brown, Ian Marozas, Adrianne Rosales, Kelly Mabry, Sharon Wang, and Dan McKinnon for encouraging scientists of the future by judging the 2014 Corden Regional Science Fair. They all saw some tremendous projects and Ian and Tobin are looking forward to mentoring science fair students of their own... Read more »
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Emi Tokuda publishes "Modulation of matrix elasticity with PEG hydrogels to study melanoma drug responsiveness" in Biomaterials

Feb. 26, 2014

Emi Tokuda and Jen Leight published "Modulation of matrix elasticity with PEG hydrogels to study melanoma drug responsiveness" in Biomaterials showing the synergistic effect of matrix mechanics and melonoma drugs on cell response. E.Y. Tokuda, J.L. Leight, and K.S. Anseth , "Modulation of matrix elasticity with PEG hydrogels to study... Read more »
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Nava Gandavarapu publishes "Photo-Click Living Strategy for Controlled, Reversible Exchange of Biochemical Ligands" in Advanced Materials

Feb. 17, 2014

Nava showed the ability to reversibly exchange biochemical ligands using allyl sulfide-based living click strategies. Congratulations Nava! N.R. Gandavarapu, M.A. Azagarsamy, and K.S. Anseth , "Photo-Click Living Strategy for Controlled, Reversible Exchange of Biochemical Ligands," Advanced Materials (2014).Read more »

Danny Alge and Kristi Anseth publish "Thiol-X Reactions in Tissue Engineering" in RSC's new book Thiol-X Chemistries in Polymer and Materials Science

Oct. 23, 2013

Danny Alge and Kristi Anseth contributed a chapter to a new RSC book on using thiol-based chemistry in material science. This insightful chapter highlights power applications of this exciting chemistry in tissue engineering applications. http://www.rsc.org/shop/books/2013/9781849736602.aspRead more »

Daniel McKinnon publishes "Biophysically Defined and Cytocompatible Covalently Adaptable Networks as Viscoelastic 3D Cell Culture Systems" in Advanced Materials

Oct. 14, 2013

Daniel McKinnon publishes "Biophysically Defined and Cytocompatible Covalently Adaptable Networks as Viscoelastic 3D Cell Culture Systems" in Advanced Materials. He developed a cytocompatible covalently adaptable hydrogel that enabled cell spreading and fusion and will allow future studies on the role of matrix biophysical properties on cell function. Furthermore, the material... Read more »

William Wan earns October Employee of the Month

Oct. 3, 2013

William Wan earn the October Anseth Group Employee of the Month award for outstanding service to the lab and winning two prestigous fellowships. Congratulations William!Read more »

Former Anseth graduate student Mark Tibbitt wins AkzoNobel Student Award in Applied Polymer Science

Sept. 17, 2013

Former Anseth graduate student Mark Tibbitt wins AkzoNobel Student Award in Applied Polymer Science! He is currently a postdoc in the Langer lab. Congratulations Mark!Read more »

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