Growth Factor Transport Modeling

A major thrust of research of the Albro Lab is the development of sophisticated computational models to describe the delivery of key anabolic growth factors during the development of engineered musculoskeletal tissues. These novel frameworks can be used to optimize growth factor delivery strategies to allow for sufficient ECM biosynthesis during development while mitigating pathogenic effects of excessive growth factor activity that currently plague regenerative medicine platforms.

Recent News

November 2019:  The Albro Lab receives pilot grant from NIH-funded MGH Center for Skeletal Research (CFSR)

November 2019:  The Albro Lab has 3 abstracts accepted to ORS 2020 (2 podium presentations, 1 poster presentation)

October 2019:  Professor Albro gives seminar at Northeastern University on growth factor reaction-diffusion modeling

October 2019:  Albro, Bergholt, and Serio Labs' review paper on Raman spectroscopy accepted in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

October 2019:  Maggie Wu and Eric Dai present posters of their work at the annual UROP Symposium

September 2019:  Albro and Bergholt Labs have their abstract on Raman-based osteoarthritis diagnostics accepted to Photonics West

 

August 2019: Professor Albro presents at CMBBE 2019 on growth factor transport models in tissue engineering

 

July 2019:  The Albro Lab receives NSF Project Grant from Biomechanics and Mechanobiology