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Chapter 1: Needs and Roadblocks in Tissue Engineering

Organ Donor Fact Sheet

NIH Intro to Tissue Engineering

Promoting Convergence in Biomedical Research

Vascularization by Julia Tomaszewski

Vascularization, by Brittany Forkus

Dialysis, by Kyle Reed and Brian Kennedy

Vascularization by Jemima Lamothe, Brittany Forkus, and Julia Tomaszweski

Chapter 2: Stem Cells in Tissue Engineering

Bone Marrow Transplants, by Erinn Dandley, Max Nowak and Jean Smith


CellEct Bio (Stem Cell Therapy), by Dan Ganz

Hematopoietic stem cells by Michael Grunwald

Cord Blood Banking by Alpha Bamba

Cord Blood Banking by Alpha Bamba

Engler, MSCs and stiffness pubmed link
Transplanting HSCs pubmed link
Comprehensive stem cell review pubmed link
Seminal iPSC paper pubmed link
Geron's ESC-to-oligodendrocyte pubmed link
ESCs from blastocysts pubmed link

Chapter 3: The Extracellular Matrix

Adhesion and stem cell differentiation pubmed link
The Extracellular Matrix at a glance

Carticel by Tom Fernberg

ACL Reconstruction, by Anthony Valle and Roger D. Morin

Knee Replacements, by David Ferreira

Hip Replacements, by Matthew Osso and Matthew Bannon

Decellularized Hearts, by James Fargnoli

Decellularized Kidneys, by Matteen Hakim

Artificial Skin, by Katie Geldhart and Timothy Ma

Cell Sheet Tissue Engineering, by Thomas Fernberg and Julia Tomaszewski

Degradable Sutures, by Cody Siroka

Fibrous Gel, by Singyuk Hou

Decellularized Organs, by Akarawin Hongdusit, James Fargnoli and Matteen Hakim

Chapter 4: Biomaterials

Mechanical Properties of Cells and Tissues

Huebsch and Mooney, Biomaterials pubmed link

Tissue Engineered Cartilage, by Christine Davis

Poly(ethylene glycol)-based Biomaterials in Tissue Engineering, by D. Ezra Aurian-Blajeni

Drug Eluting Polymers and their Applications, by Eric Stowe

Chapter 5: Tissue Engineering in the Cardiovascular System

Pacemaker, by Chris Carr

Stents, by Ryan Colombo

Stents by Abigail Sossen

Artificial Hearts, by Manuel Escanciano and Charles Beyrouthy

Pacemakers, by Anthony LaViola and David Triffletti

Artificial Heart Valves, by Nicole Raia and David Ferreira

Tissue Engineered Vascular Grafts, by Tyler Vlass and Leonard Brandon

Chapter 6: Immunology

Graft vs. Host Disease, by Marco Yeung

Autografts vs Xenografts vs Allografts

Chapter 7: Cell Migration

Introduction to Cell Motility
Modeling Interstitial flow pubmed link
Haptokinesis, migration pubmed link
first stiffness/migration paper pubmed link
Durotaxis (2D Gradients) ACS link
Biphasic Durokinesis pubmed link

Chapter 8: Imaging

Nature Outlook on Enhanced Medical Vision Nature link
Nature Outlook on Alzheimer's Nature link
Nature Outlook on Tomography Nature link
Nature Outlook on Computer Aided Imaging Nature link
Nature Outlook on Image Storing Nature link
Brief Overview of Imaging

Atomic Force Microscopy, by Matthew Tiller

Chapter 9: Case Studies in Tissue Engineering

Neural Tissue Engineering, by Jonathan Hummel

Artificial Trachea, by Ian Costello

Glucose Sensors by Ian Buchholz

Artificial Pancreas and Islet Cell Culture, by Alan Mann

Artificial Vertebrae, by Andy Kim

Artifical Vertebrae, by Matthew McNulty

Artificial Trachea, by Chris Carr

Artificial Bladder by David Raimondi

Tissue Engineered Pancreas, by Sarah Johnson, Alan Mann

Tissue Engineered Liver by Brittany Shepler

Tissue Engineered Spleen by Ronen Zeidel

Opthalmic Tissue Engineering by Kyle Pariseau

Chapter 10: In Vitro Tissue Engineering and Untapped Potential

Origami Tissue Engineering, by Adam Ramey

Lung on a Chip By Chris Lowe

Synthetic Organs on a Chip, by Manuel Escanciano and Chris Lowe

Arthritis and rheumatic diseases by Stephanie Polgar

Seminal People and Events

Bob Langer by Prateek Katti

Ear on a Mouse, by Brittany Forkus

Devices and Companies that Support Tissue Engineering

3D Printing, by Luke Blauch

Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering, by Varun Chalupadi and Anthony Sanford

Vivitro Labs Inc. by Oluwaseyi Daniyan

Organogenesis by Chris Lowe

Remote Patient Monitoring by Michael Mulroy

3D Bioprinting by Thanh Nguyen and Luke Blauch

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