User:Casey J. Ankeny

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Casey J. Ankeny, PhD
Casey J. Ankeny, PhD


Education

  • 2012, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
  • 2006, BS, University of Virginia

Professional interests

  1. Co-teaching "Biomaterials", "Conservation Principles", and "Introduction to Biomedical Engineering"
  2. Teaching "Statistics for Biomedical Engineers"
  3. Implementing cyber-based student engagement techniques in the engineering classroom.


Publications

  1. Holliday, C. J., R. F. Ankeny, H. Jo, and R. M. Nerem, “Discovery of Shear- and Side-dependent miRNAs and mRNAs in Human Aortic Valvular Endothelial Cells”, AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2011. (Podcast on article available on http://ajpheart.physiology.org/; August 17, 2011)
  2. Ankeny, R.F.*, C. J. Ankeny*, H. Jo, and R. M. Nerem, “Maturing EPCs into Endothelial Cells: May the Force be with the EPCs”, AJP-Cell Physiology, 2012. *Co- first authors
  3. A. Carberry, S. Krause, C.J. Ankeny, and C. Waters. “Unmuddying Course Content Using Muddiest Point Reflections”. Frontiers in Engineering, 2013.
  4. Hong, M., R. F. Ankeny, C.J. Ankeny, R. M. Nerem, and G. Khang. “Influence of MSCs on the Response of ECs to Laminar flow and Shear stress”. Cells Tissues Organs, under review.
  5. Sánchez-Palencia, D., S. Rathan, C. J. Ankeny, R. Fogg, J. C. Briceño, and A. P. Yoganathan. “Mechanotransduction in Small Intestinal Submucosa Scaffolds: Fabrication Parameters Modulate the Shear-Induced Expression of PECAM-1 and eNOS”. Tissue Engineering Part A, in preparation.
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