Chris Jacobs' students and fellows session

Chairs: 

  • Ron Kwon, University of Washington, USA
  • Alesha Castillo, New York University, USA

 

Speakers:

  • Lidan You - Bone Cell Cross Talk Under Mechanical Loading
  • Seth Donahue - Extreme biomechanical adaptations of bone and bioinspired material design
  • David Holey - Targeting mechanobiological cues to drive stem cell osteogenesis and bone regeneration
  • Ronald Kwon - Deep phenotyping in the zebrafish skeleton enhances somatic mutant detection and mosaic pattern recognition
  • Michael Duffy - Osteocyte primary cilia mechanosensing: intraciliary signals, extraciliary dynamics, and beyond

Computational biomechanics

Chairs: 

  • Ellen Kuhl, Standford University, USA
  • Scott Delp, Standford University, USA

 

Speakers:

  • Ellen Kuhl - Machine Learning in Drug Development
  • Scott Delp - Open Source Software for Simulation of Human Movement
  • Jeffrey Weiss - History and Overview of the FEBio Software Project
  • Gerard Ateshian - A Foundational Reactive Mixture Theory Framework for Computational Biomechanics 

Musculoskeletal mechanobiology

Chairs: 

  • Farsh Guilak, Washington University, USA
  • Hank Donahue, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

 

Speakers:

  • Alesha Castillo - Osteo-Angio Coupling During Mechanically-Regulated Bone Repair
  • Robert J. Nims - Harnessing Chondrocyte Mechanotransduction to Drive Therapeutic Transgene Production via a Synthetic Mechanogenetic Circuit
  • Nadeen Chahine - Actomyosin Contractility and Inflammation Mediates Mechanobiology in DD