776 Tissue Engineering Microenvironment II

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 3:15 PM
Somerset West (Westin )
The cellular microenvironment is critical for controlling cell and tissue function. This session explores the use of engineered microenvironments in the control of stem cell differentiation, biomimetic tissue development, and tissue repair and regeneration. Examples may include gradient patterns, spatially-localized cues, temporal signals, mechanical cues, and other design strategies for directing cellular response.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science
Biomedical Applications of Chemical Engineering (T7)

Amol V. Janorkar
Email: ajanorkar@umc.edu

Jorge Almodovar
Email: jorge.almodovar-montanez@grenoble-inp.fr

Julie C. Liu
Email: julieliu@purdue.edu

Elizabeth A. Lipke
Email: elipke@auburn.edu

3:15 PM
(776a) Isolation of Rare Circulating Tumor Cells and in Situ Culturing
Zhuo Zhang, Meggie M G Grafton and Sunitha Nagrath

3:33 PM
(776b) Engineered Microenvironments to Analyze Host-Tumor Cell Interactions
Eline Boghaert, Jason P. Gleghorn, KangAe Lee, Derek C. Radisky and Celeste M. Nelson

3:51 PM
(776c) Elucidation of Mast Cell Localization Using a Microfluidic Device That Generates a Controllable Diffusion-Driven SCF Gradient
Meghaan M. Smith, Amir Shamloo, Maheswaran Mani, Milan Manchandia, Kenneth Weinberg and Sarah C. Heilshorn

4:09 PM

4:27 PM
(776e) Controlling Embryonic Cell Sheet Migration Using Microfluidics
Melis Hazar, YongTae Kim, Jiho Song, Philip R. LeDuc, William Messner and Lance A Davidson

4:45 PM
(776f) Mechano-Transduction Pathway Interference with BMP-2 Signaling Cascade
Laure Fourel, Jorge Almodovar, Corinne Albiges-Rizo and Catherine Picart