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==Upcoming Oral Presentations:==
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== 2012 ==
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1. S.R. Peyton, Z.I. Kalcioglu, K.J. Van Vliet, D.A. Lauffenburger, L.G. Griffith.  “Mesenchymal Stem Cell Motility in 3D Hydrogel Scaffolds.” To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Nashville, TN, November 2009.”
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Modeling the Diffusive Behavior of 3D Stem Cell Migration. '''October 30, 2012''': AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
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2. S.R. Peyton. "Biomaterial Platforms to Investigate the Fundamentals of Cell Migration." To be presented at Washington University fall seminar series, St. Louis, MO, December, 2009.
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Engineered Arterial Mimics (EAMs) to Quantify Smooth Muscle Cell Contribution to Atherosclerosis. '''November 1, 2012''': AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
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ECM Stiffness and Modulus As Independent Controllers of Cancer Metastasis. '''November 2, 2012''': AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
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Extracellular Matrix Stiffness and Drug Resistance in Carcinoma. '''October 29, 2012''': AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
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Tissue Tropism and Engineered Materials. '''July 12, 2012''': ''Signal Transduction in Engineered Materials'', Gordon Research Conferences, Biddeford, ME
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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 ==
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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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Tissue Models to Investigate Cell-Matrix Interactions in Cancer. '''November 9, 2011''': ''Seminar'', Hosted by the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute, Springfield, MA
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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
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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
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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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2012

Modeling the Diffusive Behavior of 3D Stem Cell Migration. October 30, 2012: AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Engineered Arterial Mimics (EAMs) to Quantify Smooth Muscle Cell Contribution to Atherosclerosis. November 1, 2012: AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

ECM Stiffness and Modulus As Independent Controllers of Cancer Metastasis. November 2, 2012: AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Extracellular Matrix Stiffness and Drug Resistance in Carcinoma. October 29, 2012: AIChE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Tissue Tropism and Engineered Materials. July 12, 2012: Signal Transduction in Engineered Materials, Gordon Research Conferences, Biddeford, ME

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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