The interest of this lab lies in the application of the theoretical and experimental machinery of physics and engineering to obtain a quantitative understanding of problems inspired by biological systems.

University of Maryland

Fischell Bioengineering Department

3135 Kim Engineering Building

College Park, MD 20742

P: (301) 405 8250

F: (301) 314 6868




Archive of pictures of the month:

January, 2007

March, 2007

June, 2007—Neutrophil crawling

August, 2010—HUVEC immunostained  for actin (red), vinculin (green) and nucleus (blue)

May, 2010—First graduation

September, 2010 — Chloroform/lipid film in Ionic Liquid Subphase

October, 2010 —  Endothelial cell monolayer. Stained for actin (red), vinculin (green), nucleus (blue).

November, 2010 —  Neutrophil injury to the endothelium.

February, 2011 —  Phospholipid domains on an ionic subphase

February, 2011 —  Swirling morphology in HUVEC monolayer induced by TNF-alpha

March, 2011 —  Phase contrast image of cancer cells spreading.

April, 2011 —  Microcirculatory system of a lamprey fin. By Carlos Luna.

October, 2011 —  Congratulations Kimberly!!