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Service Projects

United States map with service project locations marked in yellow and red.

Locations of Service Project institutions. Red pins: new or continuing projects. Numbers correspond to table below. Yellow pins: CCMEEC completed projects  

SP #

PI & Institution


Funding Source

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