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== 2011 Talks: ==
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== 2012 ==
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Breast Cancer Metastasis and Tissue Tropism in Engineered Materials. '''January 7, 2012''': ''2nd Conference on Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering'', Hosted by BMES-SPRBM, San Juan, PR
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== 2011 ==
Tissue Models to Investigate Cell-Matrix Interactions in Cancer. '''November 18, 2011''': ''Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models Conference'', Hosted by the Cambridge HealthTech Institute, Boston, MA
Tissue Models to Investigate Cell-Matrix Interactions in Cancer. '''November 18, 2011''': ''Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models Conference'', Hosted by the Cambridge HealthTech Institute, Boston, MA

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2012

Breast Cancer Metastasis and Tissue Tropism in Engineered Materials. January 7, 2012: 2nd Conference on Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, Hosted by BMES-SPRBM, San Juan, PR

2011

Tissue Models to Investigate Cell-Matrix Interactions in Cancer. November 18, 2011: Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models Conference, Hosted by the Cambridge HealthTech Institute, Boston, MA

Tissue Models to Investigate Cell-Matrix Interactions in Cancer. November 9, 2011: Seminar, Hosted by the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute, Springfield, MA

Geometric Control of 3D Stem Cell Motility. May 12, 2011: Young Investigators in Materials Research, Hosted by the NSF MRSEC at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Smooth Muscle Cell Motility on Engineered Substrates. April 13, 2011: Chalk Talk, Hosted by the Chemistry-Biology Interface program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Mechanical Forces and Tumor Morphogenesis. March 2, 2011: Coffee and Connections, Hosted by the NSF IGERT Institute of Cellular Engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst


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