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Proposed Service Projects
Locations of Service Project institutions. Red pins: new or continuing projects. Numbers correspond to table below. Yellow pins: CCMEEC completed projects
PI & Institution
|SP01||Robby Bowles, Ph.D., The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT||Identification of new target that will drive osteogenesis||U. of Utah Start-up Funds and
|SP02||Tomas Kean, Ph.D., Biionix Cluster, College of Medicine, U. of Central Florida, Orlando, FL||Use and validation of chondrocyte cell reporters for cartilage tissue engineering leading to improved in vitro culture and drug discovery||Biionix startup funds|
|SP03||Anand R. Kumar, M.D., University Hospitals Cleveland, OH||Muscle Derived Stem Cells for Healing Volumetric Muscle Loss||PSF/MTF Biologics Allograft Tissue Research|
|SP04||Aijun Wang, Ph.D., UC Davis School of Medicine, Davis, CA||Manufacturing GMP grade placental MSCs for clinical applications||NIH|
|SP05||Alexander Revzin, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN||Bioreactor process standardization during pancreatic islet differentiation culture||NIH|
|SP06||Riccardo Gottardi, Ph.D., Children Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA||Actuator interface for compression shear-stimuli bioreactor||CHOP startup Funds|
|SP07||Jeffrey Millman, Ph.D., Washing-ton Uni-versity School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO||Determining the mechanism of IFIH1 disease associated variants on beta-cell and immune responses in Type 1 diabetes||NIH R01DK127497|
|SP08||Emilio Barbera-Guillem, MD, Ph.D., Celartia® Ltd, Columbus, OH||Oxygen monitoring in CAR-T cell therapy production system.||Celartia® corporate funds. NIH: 75N91021C00016-0-9999-1|
|SP09||Fernando Albornoz, Ph.D., Inbiocriotec S.A. Valparaiso, Chile||Preservation and transport of engineered tissues||Inbiocriotec corporate funds|
|SP10||Lisa Larkin, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI||Engineering Skeletal Muscle Tissue in STEL Bioreactor on Tissue Foundry Line||DOD W911NF-17-3-003|
|SP11||Agustin Martinez, Ph.D., Inter-disciplinary Center of Neurosciences, Faculty of Science, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Chile.
Co-PI: Caroline Weinstein, Ph.D., Faculty of Pharmacy, Valparaiso University.
|Development and optimization of a scaffold for the treatment of Venous ulcers||ID21I10153, Fondef, Chile|
|SP12||Maneesh Dave, M.D., UC Davis, Davis, CA||Homing of mesenchymal cells to experimental mouse model of bowel diseases||NIH|
|SP13||Aldo R. Boccaccini, Ph.D., University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Biomaterials, Erlangen, Germany.||Use and validation of sensor/reporters for bone tissue engineering using novel biomaterials and scaffold manufacturing processes.||Institute of Biomaterials internal funds|