Conferences may be a little different this year, but that hasn't stopped SCI students from showing what they're made of. This week four publications were selected as finalists in two seperate conferences. Adam Rauff and Steven LaBelle were selected as finalists for the (virtual) student PhD paper competition at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference in June (SB3C). At this same conference Jason Manning was selected as a finalist in the undergraduate student paper competition.
In another conference, Jashan Sandhu was selected as a finalist in the paper competition and as a presenter for the BS Virtual conference.
A NON-BIASED APPROACH TO QUANTIFY THE 3D FIBER ORIENTATION DISTRIBUTION IN FIBROUS TISSUES FROM IMAGE DATA
Adam Rauff, Lucas H. Timmins, Ross T. Whitaker, Jeffrey A. Weiss
MICROVASCULAR GROWTH INCREASES WITH MATRIX ANISOTROPY IN 3D ALIGNED COLLAGEN HYDROGELS
Steven A. LaBelle, Shad Dinkins, Adam Rauff, Jason C. Manning, Hannah A. Strobel, James B. Hoying, Jeffrey A. Weiss
TIME-SERIES IMAGING OF ANGIOGENESIS ON A MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPE REVEALS EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX REMODELLING DURING NEOVESSEL GROWTH
Jason C. Manning, Adam Rauff, Steven A. LaBelle, Hannah. A. Strobel, James B. Hoying, Jeffrey A. Weiss
PRESTIN DYNAMICS IN RESPONSE TO ELECTRIC FIELD AND MEMBRANE CHOLESTEROL
by Jashan Sandhu, Richard Rabbitt, Tamara C Bidone