Category Archives: Research
Our Viscosity Paper is Featured in Nature Physics News and Views
Our paper “Membrane ruffling is a mechanosensor of extracellular fluid viscosity (PDF version: https://go.nature.com/3oyIXXB)” published today is also highlighted at the Nature Physics News and Views article “Ruffled in water, smooth in honey” . We thank Drs. Laura M. Faure … Continue reading
Seungman’s paper about how cancer cells use force to achieve immunosuppression is accepted
We are pleased to be notified that Seungman’s paper “Force-Dependent Trans-endocytosis by Breast Cancer Cells Depletes Costimulatory Receptor CD80 and Attenuates T Cell Activation” has been accepted for publication in Biosensors and Bioelectronics. This project was to investigate how cancer … Continue reading
Wei-Hung’s Paper about Biophysical Characterization of the Tumor Microenvironment is Accepted
Wei-Hung’s paper entitled “Force-Dependent Extracellular Matrix Remodeling by Early-Stage Cancer Cells Alters Diffusion and Induces Carcinoma-Associated Fibroblasts” has been accepted to be published in Biomaterials . This project is a long time coming. We are pleased that it finally has … Continue reading
The lab of Mechanochemistry And Functional Imaging Applications is open now. Hurray!