Gregory Underhill

Gregory Underhill

Gregory Underhill’s laboratory research is focused on studying cellular fate decisions, including in particular, the tissue development and engineering of the liver. These efforts are at the interface of cell and developmental biology, genomics, biomaterials,...
Rex Gaskins

Rex Gaskins

H. Rex Gaskins’ research focuses on host-intestinal microbe interactions relevant to colorectal cancer with a particular interest in microbial sulfur metabolism. Efforts to understand colonic mucosal responses to hydrogen sulfide led to further interest in redox...
Paul Kenis

Paul Kenis

Paul Kenis is an expert in microfluidics, more specifically in the design, fabrication, and characterization of microchemical systems for a wide range of applications in energy and biology. Along with radiopharmaceutical synthesis, his group is developing microfluidic...
Michael Insana

Michael Insana

Michael Insana research includes the development of ultrasonic methods for imaging soft tissue viscoelasticity and developing task-based array beamforming techniques for sonographic tumor imaging. He is currently working with interdisciplinary teams to develop new...
Taher Saif

Taher Saif

Taher Saif has been working on cancer for over fifteen years, with the goal is to explore the underlying mechanism of cellular mechanotransduction in a physiologically relevant context, particularly human diseases. Towards this goal, he has developed several...
Kim Selting

Kim Selting

Kim Selting has made major contributions to both human and veterinary oncology through development, design, and reporting in animal clinical trials and the application of radiation therapy to companion animals. During clinical research, Selting has explored the use of...
Wawrzyniec Dobrucki

Wawrzyniec Dobrucki

Wawrzyniec Dobrucki’s studies focus on the development of multimodal imaging strategies to track myocardial and peripheral angiogenesis with targeted molecular imaging agents. His current research specifically studies the effect of dietary modulation on prostatic...
Brendan Harley

Brendan Harley

Brendan Harley’s lab has been focused on developing biomaterials that present microenvironmental (biophysical and biomolecular) signals to dynamically regulate cell behavior for applications in musculoskeletal regeneration, hematopoietic stem cell...
Stephen Boppart

Stephen Boppart

Stephen Boppart, MD, PhD, is an Abel Bliss Professor of Engineering with appointments in the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bioengineering, Medicine, and the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. His Biophotonics Imaging...