Con-current Oral Abstract Presentations Session IV

Surface Modification and Characterization of Orthopaedic and Dental Implants at the Nano/Micro Scale for Improved Osseointegration II (General Session)


Postmortem Retrieved Porous Coated Total Knee Components: Mineral Content Variations

K. E. Koller, O. Elenitoba-Johnson, R. D. Bloebaum, A. A. Hofmann;
Bone & Joint Research Laboratory (151F), Salt Lake City, UT.


Osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow mesenchymal cells on Ti surfaces: additive effect of biochemical modification and surface topograhy

M. Morra, C. Cassinelli, G. Cascardo;
Nobil Bio Ricerche, Villafranca d'Asti, ITALY.


Osteoblast Behavior and Electrochemical Impedance at Electrically Polarized Titanium Surfaces

M. T. Ehrensberger, J. L. Gilbert;
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.


Novel Biodegradable Polymeric Blends for Orthopaedic Applications:
Poly[(ethyl alanato)(phenyl phenoxy)phosphazene] - Poly(lactide-co-glycolide) Miscibility and Osteocompatibility Studies

M. Deng;
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.


Osteoblasts Require Both Micron Scale and Submicron Scale Surface Structure for Synergy with Surface Energy

G. Zhao1, A. L. Raines1, Z. Schwartz1, M. Wieland2, B. D. Boyan1;
1Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2Institut Straumann AG, Basel, SWITZERLAND.


Implication of Crystal Orientation in Controlling Cell Attachment

S. Faghihi, F. Azari, J. Szpunar, H. Vali, M. Tabrizian;
McGill University, Montreal, PQ, CANADA.

Developing Best Practices in Tissue Engineering Education (Symposium)


Teaching Tissue Engineering: One Professor’s Experience at Three Institutions

M. Saltzman,
Yale University, New Haven, CT.


Curriculum-Based Biomaterials Education for Secondary Students

L. C. Benson, K. J. L. Burg;
Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC.


Experiential Learning in Tissue Engineering

D. Feldman;
UAB, Birmingham, AL.


Biology and Engineering of the Extracellular Matrix: An Interdisciplinary Course for Tissue Engineers

J. P. Stegemann, G. Plopper;
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY.


A Tissue Engineering Track within the Wake Forest/Virginia Tech School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES)

M. Van Dyke1, A. Goldstein2, C. Hamilton1, P. Santago1, W. Grant2;
1Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC, 2Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.

Protein and Cells at Interfaces SIG (General Session)


Activation of FXII in plasma at biomaterial interfaces

K. Chatterjee1, Z. Guo1, E. A. Vogler2, C. A. Siedlecki1;
1Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA, 2Penn State University, University Park, PA.


Monocyte-derived macrophage differentiation: Influence of polycarbonate-urethane chemistry on cellular function

D. M. Dinnes1, J. P. Santerre2, R. S. Labow1;
1University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Ottawa, ON, CANADA, 2Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CANADA.


Proteomic Analysis and Quantification of Cytokines and Chemokines from Biomaterial Surface-Adherent Macrophages and Foreign Body Giant Cells

J. A. Jones1, D. T. Chang1, E. Colton1, I. K. Kwon2, T. Matsuda3, J. M. Anderson1;
1Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 2Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 3Kyushu University, Fukuoka, JAPAN.


Monocyte adhesion and secretion in response to PEG hydrogels grafted with RGD and PHSRN separated by interpositional spacers of various lengths

D. R. Schmidt, W. J. Kao;
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI.


Anisotropic Diffusion in Nanopatterned Supported Lipid Bilayers

E. Sun, Y. Gao, J. C. Hone, L. Kam;
Columbia University, New York, NY.


Cell Placement on 3D Matrices Using a Modified Ink Jet Printer

A. Chaubey, T. Boland, T. C. Burg, K. J. L. Burg;
Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

Urological Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials (General Session)


Development of injectable, biodegradable and thermosensitive hydrogels that become highly flexible at body temperature and can form composites with biomolecules

J. Guan, W. R. Wagner;
Univeristy of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.


Sphere-templated Scaffolds of Acetone-Treated Fibrinogen for Tissue Engineering

M. P. Linnes;
University of Washington, Seattle, WA.


In Vivo Responses to Urological Biomaterials as Utilized for Urological Reconstruction

K. M. Broadrick, A. K. Singla, B. Krishnamurthy, P. J. VandeVord;
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.


Bio-interactive 3D PEG hydrogels for phenotypic modulation of SMCs during bladder tissue remodeling

C. A. M. Adelöw1, T. Segura2, P. Frey1, J. A. Hubbell1;
1Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND, 2UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.


Bladder Smooth Muscle Cell Response to Contact Guidance and Mechanical Stretch

R. A. Long, A. Parekh, M. B. Chancellor, M. S. Sacks;
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.


Hydrogel Scaffolds for Bladder Tissue Regeneration

M. Guvendiren1, D. A. Harrington2, E. Y. Cheng2, K. R. Shull1;
1Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 2Northwestern University, Chicago, IL.

High Throughput Screening Methodologies for Biomaterials (General Session)


High Throughput Genomic-Guided Biomaterials Development for Regenerative Medicine Applications

T. Xu, J. Hipp, A. Atala, J. Yoo, M. Van Dyke;
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC.


Cytokine and Growth Factor Expression in Cerebrospinal Fluid in Patients with Hydrocephalus

M. Killer1, A. Arthur2, A. Al Schameri1, D. Elbert3, J. Shum4, G. M. Cruise4;
1Christian Doppler Clinic, Salzburg, AUSTRIA, 2Semmes Murphy Neurologic and Spine Clinic, Memphis, TN, 3Washington University in St Louis, St Louis, MO, 4MicroVention, Aliso Viejo, CA.


High Throughput Methods for Testing Hemocompatibility

J. N. Cawse, L. Yu, Z. Pang, A. J. Dulgar-Tulloch, A. Beletskii;
GE Global Research, Niskayuna, NY.


Novel High-Throughput Polymer Bio-Compatibility Screening Designed For SAR (Structure Activity Relationship): Application For Evaluation Of Biolinx Polymer System For Cardiovascular Drug Eluting Stents

A. Hezi-Yamit, C. Sullivan, J. Wong, M. Chen, C. Wilcox, K. Udipi;
Medtronic Vascular, Santa Rosa, CA.


High Throughput In vitro Cytotoxicity Screening of Biomaterial Libraries

B. Narasimhan, L. Petersen, A. Adler, J. Wilson, J. Thorstenson, M. Wannemuehler;
Iowa State University, Ames, IA.


Identifying chemical moieties to control hMSC differentiation using a high-throughput methodology

D. S. W. Benoit1, K. S. Anseth2;
1University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 2University of Colorado, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Boulder, CO.

Protein Adsorption on Microdevice (General Session)


Nano-Patterned Silicon Enhanced Fibronectin Binding and Promotes Organization of Glial Cells

G. E. Tatagiri, H. W. T. Matthew, P. J. VandeVord;
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.


Nonbiofouling Anionic Phospholipid Polymer Modification for Electrokinetic Micorofluidic Device

Y. Xu, M. Takai, K. Ishihara;
The university of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN.


Effects of Long Term Implantation on in vivo Chemical Sampling Calibration into Microdialysis Probes

X. Mou1, M. Lennartz2, D. Loegering3, J. A. Stenken1;
1Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 22Center for Cell Biology and Cancer Research, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, 33Center for Cardiovascular Sciences, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY.


Nonbiofouling Patterned Surface for Obtaining High Signal/Noise Ratio in Microarray Biosensors

J. Sibarani, K. Ishihara, M. Takai, T. Konno;
The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN.


Cooperative Probes for Biological and Biomedical Detection: eliminating false positives

M. R. Caplan1, B. C. Satterfield1, J. A. A. West2;
1Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2Arcxis Biotechnologies, Pleasanton, CA.


Surface Microphase Structures of Poly(urethane urea) Biomaterials and Protein Adhesion

L-C. XU, C. A. Siedlecki;
Penn State University College of Medicine, Hershey, PA.