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Abstract by Dallin J. Jacobs

Personal Infomation


Presenter's Name

Dallin J. Jacobs

Degree Level

Undergraduate

Co-Authors

Jonard Corpuz Valdoz
Chandler Warr
Nicholas A. Franks
Connor J. Knight
Greg Nordin
Kenneth A. Christensen
Alonzo D. Cook

Abstract Infomation


Department

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Faculty Advisor

Pam Van Ry

Title

3D printed PEGDA for 3D cancer metastasis assay

Abstract

3D printing technologies have advanced the development of novel bio-compatible devices with tunable properties. Current devices focus on the development of 3D scaffolds for tissue engineering, yet these materials have very low tunable properties. Here, we report several methods on 3D printing with surface tunable properties that could be used in 3D initiation and modeling of cancer invasion.