"Mechanotransduction in Multicellular Systems"
NSF Emerging Frontiers Grant
"Engineering Technologies to Determine Causal Relationships Between Chromatin Structure and Gene Regulation"
Kaganov Research Initiative
"Measuring Perturbations of Biochemical and Mechanical Homeostasis in Pulmonary Fibrosis"
"University Training Program in Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering" awarded to Arnold Tao and Meghan Reynolds.
"Visualization of Mechanical Stress in Live Cells"
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Awarded to Curtis Shoyer and Juilee Malavade.
Previously awarded to Evan Gates, Katheryn Rothenberg.
Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Award
"Molecular Forces Across Vinculin as a Primary Determinant of Collective Migration"
"Microenvironments for Tendon Tissue Engineering." Awarded to Chris Gilchrist.
"The Role of Ezrin in Membrane and Actin Interactions." Awarded to Matt Berginski.
Searle Scholar Award
"Developing Molecular-scale Systems Mechanobiology"
"Visualizing and Elucidating Mechanisms of Mechanotransduction in Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells"
"Elucidating the Role of Mechanosensitive Signaling in Mediating Cell-Biomaterial Interactions"
"Visualizing and Elucidating the Role of Force on Type IV Collagen in Development"