News & Events
Review in TMIR published!
PhD student, Connor Leek, and undergraduate students, Jaclyn Soulas and Anna Lia Sullivan, each contributed equally to a recent review entitled: Using Tools in Mechanobiology to Repair Tendons, which was published in a special issue (Cell Behavior Manipulation) in the new open-access journal, Current Tissue Microenvironment Reports.
Elahe Ganji awarded the University Doctoral Fellowship
Congratulations to Elahe Ganji, a fourth year PhD student in Mechanical Engineering (University of Delaware) on being selected for the University Doctoral Fellowship Award from the University of Delaware! This award will support Elahe for her doctoral research over the next academic year and is a competitive award. Elahe was one of two students nominated from her home department.
Professor Killian receives the prestigious NSF CAREER Award
In this CAREER project, Professor Killian will use an in vivo optogenetic platform to measure structural, mechanical, and molecular changes induced by remodeling and damage of the tendon attachment that are driven by frequency-, magnitude-, and duration-dependent changes in muscle loading, both during postnatal growth and in the mature and aging attachment.
Killian Lab at #ORS2020
The Killian Lab had a record attendance at this year's Orthopaedic Research Society Annual meeting in Phoenix, where three undergraduate and three graduate students presented their orthopaedic research.