Mechanobiology Annual Symposium

Upcoming Mechanobiology Symposium

(Statement: June 2020)

We look forward to returning to our campuses this fall. Please return to this page for information regarding details for the 3rd Annual Symposium on Mechanobiology.

Past Symposia – 2019

OCTOBER 12, 2019: 
2ND NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM on MECHANOBIOLOGY

This symposium is being organized by the Center for Engineering MechanoBiology with support from the National Science Foundation.  This year, the symposium will run as a satellite meeting of the Society of Engineering Science, taking place at Washington University in St. Louis from October 13-15.   For more information, go to SYMPOSIUM.

Meeting Time & Location

8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Whitaker Hall Auditorium Rm. 100, Washington University in St. Louis.

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This international symposium will cover emerging issues in forces that control living systems in both plant and animal cells.   Invited speakers include:

  • Tobias Baskin, UMass Amherst
  • Philip Bayly, WashU
  • Siobhan Braybrook, UCLA
  • José Dinneny, Stanford
  • Adrienne Roeder, Cornell

Special session:
Tribute Symposium for William C. Hunter (1946-2019)

  • Jay Humphrey, Yale
  • Bryan Pfister, NJIT
 
 

 

Past Symposia – 2018

SEPTEMBER 13-14,  2018:  MECHANOBIOLOGY ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

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The Singh Center for Nanotechnology is located on Penn’s campus at 3205 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19014

This international symposium is being organized by the Center for Engineering MechanoBiology with support from the National Science Foundation. The symposium will cover emerging issues in forces that control living systems in both plant and animal cells.   Invited speakers include:

  • Ovijit Chaudhuri, Stanford
  • Margaret Gardel, University of Chicago
  • Roger Kamm, MIT
  • Pakorn Tony Kanchanawong, MBI/NUS
  • John Lowengrub, UC Irvine
  • Iris Meier, OSU
  • Alex Mogilner, NYU
  • Gabriele Monshausen, Penn State
  • GV Shivashankar, MBI/NUS
  • Doris Wagner, UPenn
  • Yu-li Wang, CMU
  • Valerie Weaver, UCSF