Adam W. Feinberg
Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
EducationPh.D. , Biomedical Engineering from the University of Florida, 2004
- 3-dimensional nano/micro structured tissue engineering scaffolds using protein-based materials
- Engineered skeletal muscle soft robotic devices and bioprosthetics
- Stem cell differentiation and engineered morphogenesis of cardiovascular tissues
P. W. Alford*, A. W. Feinberg*, S. P. Sheehy and K. K. Parker, “Biohybrid Thin Films for Measuring Contractility in Engineered Cardiovascular Muscle,” Biomaterials, Vol. 31, no. 13, 2010, pp 3613-3621. (*co-first authors)
I. J. Domian, M. Chiravuri, P. van der, Meer, A. W. Feinberg, X. Shi, Y. Shao, S. M. Wu, K. K. Parker, K. R. Chien, “Generation of Functional Ventricular Heart Muscle from Mouse Ventricular Progenitor Cells,” Science, Vol. 326 (5951), 2009, pp 426 - 429.
A. W. Feinberg, J. F. Schumacher and A. B. Brennan, “Engineering High-Density Endothelial Cell Monolayers on Soft Substrates,” Acta Biomaterialia, Vol. 5 (6), 2009, pp 2013 – 2024.
A. W. Feinberg, W. Wilkerson, C. A. Seegert, A. L. Gibson, L. H. Wilson and A. B. Brennan, “Systematic Variation of Microtopography, Surface Chemistry and Elastic Modulus and the State Dependent Effect on Endothelial Cell Alignment,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A, 86A (2), 2008, pp 522-534.
A. W. Feinberg, A. Feigel, S. S. Shevkopylas, S. P. Sheehy, G. M. Whitesides and K. K. Parker, “Muscular Thin Films for Building Actuators and Powering Devices,” Science, Vol. 317 (5843), 2007, pp 1366 – 1370.