147 Engineering in Cancer Biology and Therapy II

Monday, November 14, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Continental 7 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Description:
This session will cover a broad spectrum of approaches engineers have developed to understand and treat cancer. Abstracts could include include studies on fundamental biological processes involved in the development of cancer and in diagnosis or therapy of cancer. Experimental systems and computational approaches can range from microorganisms to mammalian cells to multi-cellular organisms (Drosophila and worms) and animal models, with a focus on the intersection between engineering and cancer.

Sponsor:
Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science

Chair:
Jungwoo Lee
Email: jungwoo@engin.umass.edu

Co-Chair:
Adam Melvin
Email: melvin@lsu.edu


12:30 PM
(147a) Rapid Uptake and Ubiquitination of Fluorescent Peptides into Intact Cancer Cells Using a β-Hairpin Sequence Motif
Nora Safabakhsh, Jeffery Anderson, Manibarathi Vaithiyanathan, Gavin Pappas, Jacob Pettigrew, Ted Gauthier and Adam Melvin

12:48 PM
(147b) The Role of Glycocalyx and Shear Stress on Endothelial-Cancer Cell Attachment
Solomon Mensah, Ian Harding, Mark Niedre, Vladimir Torchilin and Eno Essien Ebong

1:24 PM
(147d) A Model for the Evolution of Tumor Populations and It s Application to Human Hepatocellular Carcinoma and to Zebrafish Melanoma
Adeyinka Lesi, Silja Heilmann, Horacio Rotstein, Richard White and David S. Rumschitzki

1:42 PM
(147e) Fluid Shear Stress Activates Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition Genes in Luminal Breast Cancer Subtype
Ursula L. Triantafillu, Nikki Klaassen, Andrew Raddatz and Yonghyun (John) Kim

2:00 PM
(147f) Interference-Based Label-Free Probe of Cancer Cells
Jose C. Contreras-Naranjo, Arul Jayaraman and Victor M. Ugaz

2:18 PM
(147g) Transport and Reaction Modeling of Liposomal Nanocarriers for Chemotherapeutics in Solid Tumor Analogues
Domenico Bullara, Michelle Sempkowski, Mihalis Kavousanakis, Ioannis G. Kevrekidis and Stavroula Sofou
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