The Darling Lab article “Single‐Cell Microgels for Diagnostics and Therapeutics” was accepted for publication in Advanced Functional Materials. This progress report gathers and synthesizes the newest findings related to single-cell encapsulation as a resource for both new and experienced scientists in… Continue Reading
The Darling Lab article “Force sensors for measuring microenvironmental forces during mesenchymal condensation” was accepted for publication in Biomaterials. This study demonstrated an exciting, new way to directly measure the microscale forces that cells exert, and have exerted on them, in… Continue Reading
The Darling Lab article “Effect of elastic modulus on inertial displacement of cell-like particles in microchannels” was accepted for publication in Biomicrofluidics. This study demonstrated how polymer cell mimics of defined size and stiffness could be used to map out the… Continue Reading
The Darling Lab article “Mass-Added Density Modulation for Sorting Cells Based on Differential Surface Protein Levels” was accepted for publication in Cytometry Part A. This study demonstrated a new methodology for non-binary separation of cells by surface protein expression that makes… Continue Reading
The Darling Lab article “Generating cell type-specific protein signatures from non-symptomatic and diseased tissues” was accepted for publication in Annals of Biomedical Engineering. This study demonstrated how diverse cell subpopulations can be enriched for using highly specific, intracellular targets and subsequently… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Bryan Sutermaster, PhD and Olivia Woodford-Berry, ScB for receiving their degrees. We wish you the greatest success and happiness as you move forward in your careers. You will be missed!
Our collaborative study between the Kaehr Lab (Sandia) and Darling Lab (Brown) “Cell Replicas: Shape‐Preserved Transformation of Biological Cells into Synthetic Hydrogel Microparticles” was accepted for publication in Advanced Biosystems and selected for the cover. Congratulations to all the contributing authors!
The Darling Lab article “Considerations for high-yield, high-throughput cell enrichment: fluorescence versus magnetic sorting” was accepted for publication in Scientific Reports. Congratulations to lead author Bryan Sutermaster!
Bryan Sutermaster, graduate student in Biomedical Engineering, successfully defended his doctoral thesis! He is on to bigger and better things. Best of luck from the Darling Lab!
The Darling Lab article “Integration of hyper-compliant microparticles into a 3D melanoma tumor model” was accepted for publication in Journal of Biomechanics. Congratulations to lead author Manisha Shah!