Posters

On Friday, September 11, 2020 from 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM and 4:45 PM – 5:30 PM we are asking all main poster authors to be available for live chats with attendees who may have questions. To access these chat links please click into the Poster, click on View Entire Description and click on Live Chat with Author. If the author is not available at that time please email them directly with inquiries.

Hydrogels reinforced with melt electrowriting for cartilage tissue engineering
Jonathan Galarraga PhD Candidate, Burdick Lab National Science Foundation - Graduate Research Fellow Department of Bioengineering University of Pennsylvania jgala@seas.upenn.edu Live Chat with the Author
hydrogels
Jonathan GalarragaPhD Candidate, Burdick LabNational Science Foundation - Graduate Research FellowDepartment of BioengineeringUniversity of Pennsylvaniajgala@seas.upenn.eduLive Chat with the Author
Directed Microfiber Alignment within Hydrogel
Margaret Prendergast PhD Student, Bioengineering University of Pennsylvania (215)-588-8937 prendm@seas.upenn.edu Live Chat with the Author
hydrogel
Margaret PrendergastPhD Student, BioengineeringUniversity of Pennsylvania(215)-588-8937prendm@seas.upenn.eduLive Chat with the Author
Mechanically-Activated Microcapsules Deliver Chondroprotective Agents and Prevent Degeneration in an Inflammatory Microenvironment
Ana P. Peredo Ph.D. Candidate | Department of Bioengineering Mauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research Lab University of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA 19146, USA (585) 317-6715 | anapperedo@gmail.com Live Chat with the ...
degeneration
Ana P. PeredoPh.D. Candidate | Department of BioengineeringMauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research LabUniversity of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA 19146, USA(585) 317-6715 | anapperedo@gmail.comLive Chat with the Author
Engineered Anatomic Implants Restore Geometry and Load Transfer in the Porcine Accessory Carpal Joint
Brendan Stoeckl PhD student, Research Engineer Mauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research Lab University of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA 19146, USA bdstoeckl@gmail.com Live Chat with the Author
implants
Brendan StoecklPhD student, Research EngineerMauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research LabUniversity of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA 19146, USAbdstoeckl@gmail.comLive Chat with the Author
Tribological Rehydration as a Tool for Studying Cartilage Mechanobiology: The Influence of Physiological Frictions and Strains on Chondrocyte Health
Margot Farnham NSF Research Fellow PhD Candidate, Price Group University of DelawareDepartment of Biomedical Engineering mfarnham@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
cartilage
Margot FarnhamNSF Research FellowPhD Candidate, Price GroupUniversity of DelawareDepartment of Biomedical Engineeringmfarnham@udel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Lubricant Effects on Articular Cartilage Sliding Biomechanics Under Physiological Fluid Load Support
Margot Farnham NSF Research Fellow PhD Candidate, Price Group University of Delaware Department of Biomedical Engineering mfarnham@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
cartilage
Margot FarnhamNSF Research FellowPhD Candidate, Price GroupUniversity of DelawareDepartment of Biomedical Engineeringmfarnham@udel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Slick yet Stuck: Elucidating the adhesive mechanisms in articular cartilage
Jamie Benson (she/her) PhD Student, Biomedical Engineering University of Delaware Materials Tribology Lab jmbenson@udel.edu 607.206.9444 @jamiem_benson Live Chat with the Author
cartilage
Jamie Benson (she/her)PhD Student, Biomedical Engineering University of DelawareMaterials Tribology Labjmbenson@udel.edu607.206.9444@jamiem_bensonLive Chat with the Author
Influence of physiologically informative contact stresses on articulation induced fluid recovery in cartilage
Shamimur Rahman Akanda PhD Student, Price Group Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Delaware shamimur@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
cartilage
Shamimur Rahman AkandaPhD Student, Price GroupDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Delawareshamimur@udel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Contrasting the Rates of Fluid Recovery in Articular Cartilage
Steven Voinier, Ph.D. StudentDepartment of Mechanical Engineering University of DelawareMaterials Tribology Lab130 Academy St. Newark, DE 19716 voinier@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
Articular Cartilage, Fluid Recovery
Steven Voinier, Ph.D. StudentDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of DelawareMaterials Tribology Lab130 Academy St. Newark, DE 19716 voinier@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
The Macroarchitecture of Biomimetic Proteoglycans is Responsible for the Micromolecluar Engineering of Cartilage Pericellular Matrix
Elizabeth Kahle School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems at Drexel University erk59@drexel.edu Live Chat with the Author
Biomimetic, Chandrasekaran, Chery, Drexel University, Han, Kahle, Macroarchitecture, Proteoglycans, Prudnikova
Elizabeth KahleSchool of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems at Drexel Universityerk59@drexel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Nanomechanical Signatures of Nascent Matrix in Embryonic Cartilage and Meniscus
Bryan Kwok 2nd year PhD student School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems at Drexel University bk589@drexel.edu Live Chat with the Author
Chandrasekaran, dyment, embryonic cartilage, Han, Koyama, Kwok, Mauck, Nanomechanical Signatures, Wang
Bryan Kwok2nd year PhD student School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems at Drexel Universitybk589@drexel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Transitions in cell and microenvironment organization during meniscus morphogenesis
Tonia Tsinman McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA ttsinman@gmail.com Live Chat with the Author
meniscus morphogenesis
Tonia TsinmanMcKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PAttsinman@gmail.comLive Chat with the Author
Spatially Organized 3D-Printed Scaffolds for Cartilage Regeneration
Paula Camacho, PhD student Department of Bioengineering Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA pac417@lehigh.edu Live Chat with the Author
cartilage, regeneration
Paula Camacho, PhD studentDepartment of BioengineeringLehigh University, Bethlehem, PApac417@lehigh.eduLive Chat with the Author
Hedgehog Signaling Promotes Zonal Tendon-to-Bone Integration
Timur Kamalitdinov timkam@seas.upenn.edu Live Chat with the Author
hedgehog signaling
Timur Kamalitdinovtimkam@seas.upenn.eduLive Chat with the Author
Comparative Tribology: Articulation-Induced Rehydration Across Species
Meghan E. Kupratis, Ph.D. Candidate, Price Group Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Delaware kupratis@udel.edu Live Chat with the Author
tribology
Meghan E. Kupratis, Ph.D. Candidate, Price GroupDepartment of Biomedical EngineeringUniversity of Delawarekupratis@udel.eduLive Chat with the Author
Magneto-patterned mesenchymal stem cell laden hydrogels recapitulate cartilaginous matrix gradients
Hannah M. ZlotnickPhD Candidate | University of PennsylvaniaMauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory Perry Initiative Program Specialist zlotnick@seas.upenn.edu Live Chat with the Author
Magneto-patterned mesenchymal stem cell
Hannah M. ZlotnickPhD Candidate | University of PennsylvaniaMauck Lab | McKay Orthopaedic Research LaboratoryPerry Initiative Program Specialistzlotnick@seas.upenn.edu Live Chat with the Author