Collaboration

Why Tissue Gets Stiffer When Compressed

By Annie Jeong on October 16, 2019

In a study recently published in Nature, Drs. Paul Janmey and Vivek Shenoy, along with their graduate students Anne van Oosten and Xingyu Chen and collaborators, have answered the long-standing biomedical paradox of why tissues stiffen when compressed.  Reported in The Medium, the researchers found that when tissue is compressed, the cells inside expand laterally, […]

Derrick Dean

Derrick Dean Receives Clark Way Harrison Visiting Professorship at Washington University

By Patience on January 30, 2018

Dr. Derrick Dean, Professor of Engineering at Alabama State University, has been selected as the 2018 Clark Way Harrison Visiting Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. He will serve his visiting professorship within the Washington University Department of Biology from April through July 2018. As Primary Investigator of ASU’s Integrated Bio-Engineering & Advanced Materials […]