Yu-Jyun Lin

Yu-Jyun Lin

  • Undergraduate Student

Cell Scaffolds and Tissue Engineering

Britney Washington

Britney Washington

  • Graduate Student

Cryopreservation's effect on cell isolates and manufactured therapeutic phenotypes

Ben Knudsen

  • Undergraduate Student

Mechanisms that promote the outgrowth of neural stem cells on micro patterned substrates.

Xin-Yi (Vivien) Wang

Xin-Yi Wang

Visiting Scholar, Turng Lab

  • Alumni

Tissue engineering 3-D scaffolds and self-healing hydrogels

Shujie Yan

Shujie Yan

Visiting Scholar

  • Graduate Student

Small-diameter vascular tissue engineering and biomedical scaffolds

Michael Murrell

Michael Murrell

Assistant Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Physics and Synthesis of Soft, Active and Biological Matter

Sean Palecek

Sean Palecek

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Engineering platforms to regulate human pluripotent stem cell differentiation

Randolph Ashton Continues Research into Causes of Lou Gehrig’s Disease

In August 2017, Randolph Ashton received almost $800,000 from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, part of NIH, to continue a five-year research study of Lou Gehrig’s disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS), after successfully completing its first phase.

Edwin Neumann

Edwin Neumann

  • Undergraduate Student

Reprogramming human breast cancer cells and watching epigenetic changes during cancer re-acquisition

UW-Madison to be Partner in Center for Cell Manufacturing Technologies

The National Science Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million to a consortium of universities to support a new engineering research center that will develop transformative tools and technologies for the consistent, scalable, and low-cost production of high-quality living therapeutic cells. Several WID investigators are collaborators on the project.

Louise Saraspe

Louise Saraspe

  • Undergraduate Student

In vitro modeling of CAR T cell cytotoxicity, activation, and exhaustion

Eduardo Enriquez

Eduardo Enriquez

  • Undergraduate Student

Multi-layered vascular scaffolds and use of nanoparticles to create wearable technology

Patricia Stan

Patricia Stan

  • Undergraduate Student

Encouraging cardiomyocyte maturation through substrate mechanics.

George Schmidt

George Schmitz

  • Graduate Student

Injection molding of scaffolds for neural tissue engineering and paste extrusion of PTFE for small-diameter vascular grafts.

Alexandra Doersch

Alexandra Doersch

  • Undergraduate Student

Robotic micro-contact printing and soft lithography for neural tissue generation

Andrew Baldys

Andrew Baldys

  • Graduate Student

Engineer stimuli-responsive polymers to recapitulate developmental tissue microenvironments