Program - Symposium W: Biological and Bio-Inspired Materials and Devices (Spring 2004 Program)

Chairs

  • Joanna Aizenberg Bell Laboratories
  • William J. Landis Northeastern Ohio University
  • Christine Orme Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Rizhi Wang The University of British Columbia

Symposium Support

  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • The Whitaker Foundation

SESSION W1/O1: Joint Session: Self-Assembly

 Chairs: Joanna Aizenberg and Jun Liu
Tuesday Morning, April 13, 2004
Room 3005 (Moscone West)
8:30 AM *W1.1/O1.1
The fabrication of novel biomaterials via molecular self-assembly Shuguang Zhang, Center for Biomedical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

9:00 AM W1.2/O1.2
The Creation of Novel Hybrid Materials Through the Coupled Self- Assembly of Chaperonin Proteins and Diblock Copolymers. Linda Katherine Molnar1, Ting Xu2, Jonathan Trent3 and Thomas P Russell2; 1Center for Nanotechnology, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California; 2Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts; 3Astrobiology Technology, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.

9:15 AM W1.3/O1.3
Environmentally Responsive Hydrogels with Tunable Rigidity Constructed Via Peptide Folding and Consequent Self-Assembly Darrin Pochan1 and Joel Schneider2; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware; 2Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware.

9:30 AM *W1.4/O1.4
Biomimetic Approaches to the Design of Functional, Self-Assembling Systems George M. Whitesides, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

10:00 AM BREAK

10:30 AM W1.5/O1.5
Fabrication of Assembled Virus Nanostructures on Templates of Chemoselective Linkers Formed by Scanning Probe Nanolithography C L Cheung1, J A Camarero1, B W Woods1, J J De Yoreo1, T Lin2 and J E Johnson2; 1Chemistry and Materials Science, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California; 2Dept of Molecular Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California.

10:45 AM *W1.6/O1.6
Self-Assembly in Biological Structures Peter Prevelige, Microbiology, University Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.

11:15 AM W1.7/O1.7
Surfactant-Assisted self-assembly of water-soluble nanocrystal, ordered arrays, and their integration. Hongyou Fan, Kai Yang, Kevin Malloy, Sigmon Thomas and Jeff Brinker; Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

11:30 AM W1.8/O1.8
Conjugated Polymer/Silica Nanocomposites with Tunable Mesostructure. Byron McCaughey1, Chris Costello2, Donghai Wang1, J Eric Hampsey1, Chaojun Li2, C Jeffrey Brinker3 and Yunfeng Lu1; 1Chemical Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana; 2Chemistry, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana; 3Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

11:45 AM W1.9/O1.9
The molecular car and its on-chip infrastructure Zhigang Suo and Wei Hong; Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 

SESSION W2: Bio-Inspired Devices

 Chair: Trevor Douglas
Tuesday Afternoon, April 13, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
1:30 PM W2.1
Proton conductive membrane synthesized from biological molecular hybrids Itaru Honma and Masanori Yamada; EEI, AIST, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.

1:45 PM *W2.2
Bio-inspired and non-lithographic formation of nanodevices Harold Craighead, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

2:15 PM W2.3
Engineered Microchannels for Active Nanomaterials Assembly Andrew K. Boal, Joseph M. Bauer, Susan B. Rivera, Ronald P. Manginell, George D. Bachand and Bruce C. Bunker; Biomolecular Materials and Interfaces, Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2:30 PM *W2.4
Bio-inspired Periodic Microlens Arrays with Integrated Pore Structures Created by Multi-beam Interference Lithography Shu Yang1, Gang Chen1, Chaitanya K. Ullal2, Mischa Megens1,4, Yong-Jin Han1, Ronen Rapaport1, Edwin L. Thomas2, Chada Ruengruglikit3, Qingrong Huang3 and Joanna Aizenberg1; 1Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, New Jersey; 2Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 3Food Science, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey; 4Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, Netherlands.

3:00 PM BREAK 

SESSION W3: Biomimetic Surface Engineering

 Chair: Shu Yang
Tuesday Afternoon, April 13, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
3:30 PM *W3.1
Templating of Magnetic and Semiconducting Materials a la Bone Formation Samuel I. Stupp1,2,3 and Eli D. Sone2; 1Materials Science & Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; 2Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; 3Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

4:00 PM *W3.2
Biocompatible Sulfur Containing Polymers for Surface Passivation and Patterning Jane P Bearinger1, Samuel Terrettaz3, Roger Michel2, Christine A Orme1, Marcus Textor2 and Jeffrey A Hubbell3; 1MTP/ CMS, LLNL, Livermore, California; 2ETH, Zurich, Switzerland; 3EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

4:30 PM W3.3
Exogenous Pulmonary Surfactants Films. Coralie Alonso and Joseph A. Zasadzinski; Chemical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, California.

4:45 PM W3.4
The Role of Protein Organization on Synthetic Surfaces on the Behavior of Attached Cells. Djordje Nikolic and Jeffrey D Carbeck; Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey.

SESSION W4: Poster Session I: Biological and Bio-Inspired Materials and Devices

 Chairs: William J. Landis, Christine Orme and Rizhi Wang
Tuesday Evening, April 13, 2004
8:00 PM
Salons 8-9 (Marriott)
W4.1
Biological Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes. Ranjani Sirdeshmukh, Kousik Sivakumar and Balaji Panchapakesan; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware.

W4.2
Photochemitry of self-assembled protein cages Zachary B Varpness1,3, Jesse Mosolf1,3, Dan Ensign1,3, Michelle Flennikin1,3, Debbie Willits2,3, Mark Young2,3 and Trevor Douglas1,3; 1Chemistry and Biochemistry, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana; 2Department of Plant Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana; 3Center for BioInspired Nanomaterials (CBIN), Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana.

W4.3
Microtubule Templated Synthesis of Inorganic Nanomaterials Andrew K. Boal, Thomas J. Headley, Ralph G. Tissot and Bruce C. Bunker; Biomolecular Materials and Interfaces, Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

W4.4
Deposition of Patterened Calcium Carbonate Film using a Binary Surfactant System for Drug Detoxification Applications Javier Gutierrez, Laurie Gower, Debra Lush, Vishal Patel and Brian Carey; Materials Science and Engineering, Univeristy of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

W4.5
Semiconductor Nanocrystals Arrayed on Cellulose and Cellodextrins Jun Feng1, Yong-Hyun Kim2, Shengbai Zhang2, Shiyou Ding1, Melvin P. Tucker1, Garry Rumbles2 and Michael E. Himmel1; 1National Bioenergy Center, National Renewable Energy Lab, Golden, Colorado; 2Basic Science Center, National Renewable Energy Lab, Golden, Colorado.

W4.6
Direct Patterning of Membrane-Derivatized Colloids with in situ UV-Ozone Photolithography Cheng-Han Yu1, Atul N. Parikh2 and Jay T. Groves1; 1Department of Chemistry and Physical Biosciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California; 2Department of Applied Science, University of California, Davis, California.

W4.7
Bio-inspired Crystal Growth Induced by Novel Organic Compounds Nicholas Bryan Dinsdale and Brigid R Heywood; School of Chemistry & Physics, Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire, United Kingdom.

W4.8
Effects of Materials Properties on Cell Culture Bing Shi2, Aaron Fairchild1, Zenith Kleine2, Tom Kuhn2 and Hong Liang1; 1Mechanical Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska; 2Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska.

W4.9
Reflective Interferometric Detection of Tag-Free Biomolecules Jinghui Lu1, Benjamin Miller2 and Lewis Rothberg1; 1Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York; 2Dermatology, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York.

W4.10
Glycera Jaws: A Biocomposite of Metals, Melanin and Proteins. Dana Novak1, Helga Lichtenegger2, John Harreld3, Nelle Slack4, Galen Stucky3 and Herbert Waite1; 1BioMolecular Science and Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California; 2Materials Science and Testing, Vienna University of Technology, Wien, Austria; 3Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California; 4Materials, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.

W4.11
Observation of nano surface structures of various plant leaves with ultra water-repellency Osamu Takai1, Yunying Wu1, Masao Kouno2, Hiroyuki Sugimura2 and Yasushi Inoue3; 1Center for Integrated Research Science and Engineering, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan; 2Department of Materials Processing Engineering, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan; 3Research Center for Nuclear Materials Recycle, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

W4.12
Macroscopic Spherical Assemblies from Charged Polypeptides and Small Multivalent Counterions Brandon John McKenna1, Henrik Birkedal1, Michael H. Bartl1, Timothy J. Deming2,1 and Galen D. Stucky1,2; 1Chemistry, UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California; 2Materials, UC- Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.

W4.13
2D Colloidal Arrays of Monodisperse Phase Separated Membrane Domains Formed in a Supported Bilayer Yoshihisa Kaizuka1,2, Sharon Rozovsky1,2 and Jay T. Groves1,2; 1Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, California; 2Physical Bioscience Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California.

W4.14
Calcium Oxalate Precipitation at Phase Separated Phospholipid Langmuir Monolayers Daniel R. Talham and Isa O. Benitez; Department of Chemistry, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

W4.15
A 1.7-Kilobase Single-Stranded DNA that can be Folded into a Regular Octahedron. William M. Shih2,1,3, Joel D. Quispe4 and Gerald F. Joyce2,1,3; 1Chemistry, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; 2Molecular Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; 3The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; 4Cell Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California.

W4.16
Fabrication of Nanoporous Silica Nanotubes by Inorganic and Organic Double Templates. Jian-Feng Chen1, Runjing Liu1, Dapeng Cao1,2, Zhigang Shen1, Jimmy Yun2, Jiexin Wang1 and Weilie Zhou3; 1Research Center of Ministry of Education for High Gravity Engineering and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China; 2Nanomaterials Technology Pte Ltd, Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore; 3AMRI/Chemistry, Advanced Materials Research Institute/UNO, New Orleans, Louisiana.

W4.17
In Situ Protein Directed Silica Biomineralization Diana D. Glawe1, Francisco Rodriguez2, Rajesh R. Naik2 and Morley O. Stone2; 1Engineering Science Department, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas; 2Materials Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratories, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
 

SESSION W5: Biomolecules-Induced Materials Synthesis

 Chair: Janet Moradian-Oldak
Wednesday Morning, April 14, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
8:30 AM W5.1
Minimal functional model of hemostasis in a biomimetic microfluidic system Rustem Ismagilov, Matthew K. Runyon and Bethany L. Johnson-Kerner; Chemistry, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

8:45 AM W5.2
Molecular Biomimetics: Genetically Engineered Inorganic-Binding Polypeptides as Molecular Building Blocks. Mehmet Sarikaya1,2, Candan Tamerler1, Beth Traxler3 and Francois Baneyx2,4; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; 2Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; 3Microbiology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; 4Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

9:00 AM *W5.3
Engineered viral protein cages for biomimetic materials synthesis Trevor Douglas1,2, Mark Allen1,2, Michael Klem1,2, Deborah Willits3,2, Yves Idzerda4,2 and Mark Young3,2; 1Chemistry & Biochemistry, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana; 2Center for Bionspired Nanomaterials, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana; 3Plant Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana; 4Physics, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana.

9:30 AM W5.4
Protein-Based Nano-Structured Composite Materials. N. Hadar1, Y. Wine1, H. Moscovich1, F. Frolow1, Y. Shapira2, Y. Shacham2 and Amihay Freeman1; 1Dept of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; 2Dept of Physical Microelectronics, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.

9:45 AM W5.5
Self-assembly of nanomatrials into films and fibers using genetically engineered viruses Seung-Wuk Lee1,2 and Angela M Belcher1,2; 1Dept. of Materials Sci. & Eng., MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas.

10:00 AM BREAK
 

SESSION W6: Calcium Phosphates as Biomaterials - Bones and Teeth

 Chair: William J. Landis
Wednesday Morning, April 14, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
10:30 AM *W6.1
Intra- and Extrafibrillar Demineralization of Human Dentin Collagen. Mehdi Balooch, Stefan Habelitz, Guive Balooch, Sally J Marshall and Grayson W Marshall; Preventative and Restorative Dental Sciences, UCSF, San Francisco, California.

11:00 AM *W6.2
Perturbed amelogenin protein self-assembly alters nanosphere properties resulting in defective enamel formation Michael L. Paine1, Wen Luo1, Janet Moradian-Oldak1, Hanson Fong2, Mehmet Sarikaya2, Shane N. White3 and Malcolm L. Snead1; 1Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California; 2Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; 3School of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.

11:30 AM W6.3
Adsorption of amelogenin nanospheres onto charged surfaces, a model for enamel matrix re-construction. Janet Moradian-Oldak1, Csilla Gergely2, Nicolaos Bouropoulos3 and Frederic Cuisinier2; 1CCMB, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California; 2Odontologie, University of Louis Pasteur, Strasburg, France; 3Material Science, University of Patras, Patras, Greece.

11:45 AM W6.4
Calcium phosphate/collagen bone-like nanocomposite coating by electrochemical co-deposition Yuwei Fan, Ke Duan and Rizhi Wang; Department of Metal and Materials Engineering, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

SESSION W7: Calcium Phosphates as Biomaterials - Bones and Teeth II

 Chair: William J. Landis
Wednesday Afternoon, April 14, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
1:30 PM W7.1
An equilibrium thermodynamic model of the sequestration of calcium phosphate by casein phosphopeptides to form calcium phosphate nanoclusters Carl Holt and Elaine Little; Hannah Research Institute, Ayr, United Kingdom.

1:45 PM *W7.2
Modification of Brushite Crystal Growth by Citrate and Osteopontin Ruikang Tang1, Christine A Orme2, John R Hoyer3 and George H Nancollas1; 1Chemistry, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York; 2Chemistry and Materials Science, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California; 3The Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

SESSION W8: Mechanical Properties of Biomaterials

 Chair: Rizhi Wang
Wednesday Afternoon, April 14, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)
2:15 PM W8.1
Mechanical Behavior of Human Stratum Corneum Kenneth S. Wu1 and Reinhold H. Dauskardt2; 1Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California; 2Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

2:30 PM W8.2
Mechanistic Aspects of Fracture of Human Cortical Bone Jamie J. Kruzic1,2, Ravi K. Nalla1,2, John H. Kinney3 and Robert O. Ritchie1,2; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California; 2Materials Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California; 3Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California.

2:45 PM BREAK

3:15 PM *W8.3
Spider silk or hagfish silk, that is the question: Alternate routes to the production of high performance protein fibers John M. Gosline, Doug Fudge, Paul Guerette and Nimrod Levy; Dept. of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

3:45 PM W8.4
Do Natural Silks Make Good Engineering Materials? Natalie A. Morrison2, Fraser I. Bell2, Alexandre Beautrait2, Joanne Ritchie2, Christopher Smith2, Iain J. McEwen2 and Christopher Viney1,2; 1School of Engineering, University of California Merced, Merced, California; 2Chemistry, School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom.

4:00 PM W8.5
Surface Roughness and Maximum Load Alter the Mechanical Properties of Lamellar Bone Measured by Nanoindentation Eve Donnelly1, Shefford P. Baker2, Adele L. Boskey3,4,5 and Marjolein C. H. van der Meulen1,6; 1Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; 2Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; 3Mineralized Tissues Research Laboratory, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York; 4Biochemistry, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, New York; 5Graduate Program in Physiology, Biophysics, and Systems Biology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, New York; 6Laboratory for Biomedical Mechanics and Biomaterials, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York.

4:15 PM W8.6
Nanomechanical Characterization of Polyhema Co-Polymers for Bone Tissue Engineering Applications. Catherine Klapperich1 and Jie Song2; 1Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts; 2Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California.

4:30 PM W8.7
Nanowiring Enzymes to Carbon Nanotube Probes. Charles Patrick Collier, Maria Jose Esplandiu, Ian Ross Shapiro and Vern Garrett Bittner; Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.

4:45 PM W8.8
Regular, low density cellular structures- rapid prototyping, numerical simulation, mechanical testing Jurgen Stampfl1, Arthit Pisaipan1, Martin M. Seyr3, Mathias H. Luxner3, Heinz E. Pettermann3, Alexander Woess2 and Peter Fratzl2; 1Inst. of Materials Science and Testing, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria; 2Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany; 3Inst. of Lightweight Materials and Structures, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria.
 

SESSION W9/O5: Joint Session: Tissue Engineering I

 Chair: Darrin Pochan
Thursday Morning, April 15, 2004
Room 3005 (Moscone West)
8:30 AM *W9.1/O5.1
Microdefining Cellular Habitats for Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering Tejal Ashwin Desai, Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

9:00 AM W9.2/O5.2
Fabrication and Evaluation of Uniformly Sized Nanoporous Alumina for Human Osteoblast Cell Culture. Erin Leary Swan, Ketul Popat and Tejal A Desai; Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.

9:15 AM W9.3/O5.3
Use of Soft Lithography for Multi-layer MicroMolding (MMM) of 3-D PCL Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. Yang Sun, Nicholas Ferrell and Derek Hansford; Biomedical Engineering Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

9:30 AM W9.4/O5.4
Design and Fabrication of a Constant Shear Microfluidic Network for Tissue Engineering. Jeffrey T Borenstein1, Mohammad Kaazempur-Mofrad2, Brian K. Orrick1, Eli J. Weinberg1,2 and Joseph P. Vacanti3,4; 1Biomedical Engineering Center, Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 3Department of Pediatric Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; 4Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

9:45 AM BREAK

10:15 AM *W9.5/O5.5
NanoLiterBioReactor: Monitoring Long-Term Mammalian Cell Physiology at Nanofabricated Scale. Ales Prokop1,2, Zdenka Prokop1, David Keith Schaffer3, Eugene Kozlov2, John P Wikswo4, David E Cliffel5 and Franz J Baudenbacher6; 1NanoDelivery, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee; 2Chemical engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; 3Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; 4Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; 5Chemistry, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; 6Biomedical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

10:45 AM W9.6/O5.6
Increased Function of Bladder Smooth Muscle Cells on Nano-Structured, Three-Dimensional Polymer Constructs Megan A Pattison, Thomas J Webster and Karen M Haberstroh; Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

11:00 AM *W9.7/O5.7
Challenges Involving Biologically-Inspired Hydrogel ECMs for Tissue Engineering. Kevin E. Healy, Materials Science & Engineering, Bioengineering, Univ. California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California.

11:30 AM W9.8/O5.8
A Novel System for Self-Assembly of Muscle-MEMS Devices Jianzhong (Jeff) Xi, Jacob Schmidt and Carlo Montemagno; Bioengineering, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

11:45 AM W9.9/O5.9
Biomimetic Processing of a Biodegradable, Segmented-Polyurethane for Use in Tissue Engineering Devices Danielle N Rockwood1, Jean S Stephens1, John F Rabolt1, Kimberly Woodhouse2 and Joanna Fromstein2; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware; 2Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
 

SESSION W10: Biological and Biomimetic Inorganic Materials

 Chair: Christine Orme
Thursday Afternoon, April 15, 2004
Room 3003 (Moscone West)


1:30 PM *W10.1
Biotechnological Route to Structure-Directed Nanofabrication of Siloxanes, Organometallics and Semiconductors Daniel E. Morse, Molecular Biology, University of California @ Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, California.

2:00 PM W10.2
The Biochemistry of Silica Nanofabrication in Diatoms Nils Kroeger, Nicole Poulsen, Manfred Sumper and Rainer Deutzmann; Biochemie I, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany.

2:15 PM W10.3
Biomolecular separation gels as an inorganic growth medium. Scott R. J. Oliver, Department of Chemistry, SUNY-Binghamton, Binghamton, New York.

2:30 PM W10.4
Synthesis of Calcium Carbonate Nanoparticles for Drug Detoxification.Debra Holly Lush, Vishal Patel, Allison Kurz, Piyush Sheth, Javier Gutierrez and Laurie Gower; Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.


2:45 PM W10.5
Shape, Size and Morphology Control of Inorganic Crystals with Self-Assembled Monolayers Yong-Jin Han and Joanna Aizenberg; Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey.

3:00 PM BREAK

3:30 PM W10.6
Biomimetic Surfaces Directing Fibronectin Matrix Assembly Jeffrey R. Capadona1, David M Collard1 and Andres J Garcia2,3; 1School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia; 2Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia; 3Petit Institute for Bioengineering and BioScience, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia.

3:45 PM W10.7
Semiconductor Surfaces with Nanometer Features Composed of TAT Peptides Youngnam Cho and Albena Ivanisevic; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

4:00 PM *W10.8
Biological factors that influence calcium oxalate crystallization in plant cells Mary Alice Webb, Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

4:30 PM W10.9
Modulation of Calcium Oxalate Crystallization by Biological MoleculesRoger Qiu1, Chris Orme1, John Hoyer2, George Nancollas3, Salvador Zepeda4,1, Anita Cody5 and James De Yoreo1; 1Chemistry and Materials Science, LLNL, University of California, Livermore, California; 2The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 3Chemistry Department, University at Buffalo, Amherst, New York; 4Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of California, Davis, California; 5Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

4:45 PM W10.10
Probing Crystal Growth and Adhesion of Calcium Oxalate Crystal Surfaces: Toward an Understanding of Kidney Stone Formation Michael David Ward1, Jeffrey A. Wesson2, XiaoXia Sheng1 and Taesung Jung1; 1Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 2Nephrology Division, Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center and the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.
 

 

SESSION W11: Poster Session II - Biosensors and Tissue Engineering

 Chairs: William J. Landis, Christine Orme and Rizhi Wang
Thursday Evening, April 15, 2004
8:00 PM
Salons 8-9 (Marriott)
W11.1
Hierarchical order in PEG-peptide Block Copolymers Containing Biomimetic Moieties Ian W Hamley1, Valeria Castelletto1, Oleksandr O. Mykhaylyk1, Harm-Anton Klok2 and Annette Roesler3; 1Chemistry, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; 2Institut des Materiaux, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland; 3Max Planck Institute for Polymer Reseach, Mainz, Germany.

W11.2
In-situ Formation of Biphasic Calcium Phosphate Bioceramics from Goniopora Exoskeleton Murugan Ramalingam1, S. Ramakrishna1 and T.S. Sampath Kumar2; 1NUS Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Initiative and Division of Bioengineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore; 2Dept. Metallurgy & Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India.

W11.3
Modulation of Reversible Color Switch of Polydiacetylene Supramolecules for Sensing Matrix Dong June Ahn1, Tai Young Kim1, Sang Hoon Lee1, Doo Ho Yang1 and Jong-Man Kim2; 1Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea; 2Department of Chemical Engineering, Hangyang University, Seoul, South Korea.

W11.4
Fabrication of Super Water-Repellent Surfaces by Nanosphere Lithography Peilin Chen, Chun-Wen Kuo and Jau-Ye Shiu; Inst. Appl. Sci. & Res. Eng., Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

W11.5
Next generation sensing -Stainless sensing via single cell based sensors. Shalini Prasad1 and Mihri Ozkan1,2; 1Electrical Engineering, University of California Riverside, Riverside, California; 2Chemical and Environmental engineering, University of California Riverside, Riverside, California.

W11.6
Functional self-assembling bolaamphiphilic polydiacetylenes as colorimetric sensor scaffolds Jie Song1, Justin S. Cisar2 and Carolyn R. Bertozzi1,2,3; 1Materials Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, California; 2Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, California; 3Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California, Berkeley, California.

W11.7
Biomimetic growth of bone-like apatite on nano-fibrous scaffolds Guobao Wei and Peter X. Ma; Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

W11.8
Block Copolymer-Based Biomembranes Functionalized with Energy Transduction Proteins. Dean Ho, Benjamin Chu and Carlo D. Montemagno; UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

W11.9
Relationship between dip-coating fabrication parameters and the elastical properties of latex grafts and stents Marcelo Mulato, Wellington F. P. Neves-Junior, Thais Cavalheri dos Santos and Mariselma Ferreira; DFM-FFCLRP, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

W11.10
Degradation Behavior of Novel poly(α-hydroxy acid)-Derived Polyesters Jay Christopher Sy2, Xiao-Jun Xu4,1, Molly M Stevens3 and V. Prasad Shastri1,4; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 2Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 3Materials, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; 4Joseph Stokes Research Institute, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

W11.11
Surface modified diamond field effect transistors for enzyme immobilized biosensors. Kwangsoup Song1,2, Hirofumi Kanazawa1,2, Yusuke Nakamura1,2, Syouta Kawamura1,2, Munenori Degawa1,2, Hitoshi Umezawa1,2 and Hiroshi Kawarada1,2; 1Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering, WASEDA University, Tokyo, Japan; 2CREST, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.

W11.12
Directed Osteoblast Adhesion at Metal Particle Boundaries: Promises for Nanophase Metals Thomas Jay Webster, Jeremiah U Ejiofor and Brian Ward; Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.

W11.13
Collagen-inspired nano-fibrous poly(L-lactic acid) scaffolds for bone tissue engineering created from reverse solid freeform fabrication Victor J. Chen1 and Peter X. Ma1,2,3; 1Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; 2Biologic and Materials Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; 3Macromolecular Science and Engineering Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

W11.14
Kinetics of controlled apatite growth aided by dentin matrix protein 1 Gen He1, Dave Schultz2, David Cookson2, Jianjun Hao1 and Anne George1; 1Oral Biology, Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; 2ChemMatCARS, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois.

W11.15
Calcium phosphate crystal phase formation on surfaces of collagen films Marcelo Silva1,2, Julio Goes2, Sonia Figueiro3 and Antonio Sombra2; 1Departamento de Quimica Organica e Inorganica, UFC, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil; 2Depertamento de Fisica, UFC, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil; 3Departamento de Bioquimica, UFC, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil.

W11.16
Abstract Withdrawn

W11.17
Interaction Between Titanium Implant Surface and Hydrogen Peroxide in Biologically Relevant Environments Julie J. Muyco2,1, Joanna M. McKittrick2, John A. Frangos3 and Christine A. Orme1; 1Chemistry and Materials Science, LLNL, Livermore, California; 2Materials Science and Engineering Program, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California; 3La Jolla Bioengineering Institute, La Jolla, California.

W11.18
Fracture of Calcium Phosphate Cement with Second Phase Organic Additions. Victoria C. Jew and Reinhold H. Dauskardt; Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

W11.19
Using Electrostatic Forces to Shape Materials for Biomedical Applications. Cheryl Lynn Casper1,4, Jean S. Stephens1,4, Nori Yamaguchi1,4, William Yang2, Cindy Farach-Carson2,4, Kristi L. Kiick1,4, D. Bruce Chase3,1 and John F. Rabolt1,4; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware; 2Biological Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware; 3Dupont Central Research and Development, Experimental Station, Wilmington, Delaware; 4Delaware Biotechnology Institute, Newark, Delaware.

W11.20
Abstract Withdrawn

W11.21
Abstract Withdrawn

W11.22
Biodegradable Porous Polyurethane Scaffolds for Tissue Repair and Regeneration. Katarzyna Gorna and Sylwester Gogolewski; Polymer Research, AO Research Institute, Davos, Switzerland.

W11.23
Biomimetic Apatite/Amelogenin Coating on Titanium and its Effects on Osteogenic Gene Expression Chang Du1, G.B. Schneider2, R. Zacharias2, C. Abbott1, D. Seabold2, C. Stanford2 and Janet Moradian-Oldak1; 1University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California; 2University of Iowa, LA, Iowa.
 

SESSION W12: Engineering Cell Structure and Adhesion

 Chair: Thomas Webster
Friday Morning, April 16, 2004
Room 2005 (Moscone West)
8:30 AM W12.1
Primary osteoblasts adhesion onto RGD functionalized and crosslinked polyelectrolyte multilayers films Catherine Picart1, Rene Elkaim2, Pierre Schaaf3, Benoit Frisch4 and Jean-claude Voegel1; 1INSERM U595, Strasbourg, France; 2Parogene, Strasbourg, France; 3Institut Charles Sadron, CNRS, Strasbourg, France; 4Laboratoire de Chimie Bioorganique, CNRS, Strasbourg, France.

8:45 AM W12.2
Stable, Nanoscale Glycosphingolipid Films for Use in Sensing Applications Rory Stine1, Cara-Lynne Schengrund2 and Michael Vincent Pishko1; 1Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania; 2Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Hershey Medical Center, Penn State Univ., Hershey, Pennsylvania.

9:00 AM W12.3
An electronic retinal interface for single cell stimulation Neville Z Mehenti1, Greg S. Tsien2, Harvey A. Fishman3 and Stacey F. Bent1; 1Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California; 2Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California; 3Ophthalmology, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

9:15 AM W12.4
Dynamic Microcompartmentation of Biomolecules within Synthetic Cells Christine D. Keating, Michael Scott Long, Marcus Helfrich and Clinton Jones; Chemistry, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.

9:30 AM *W12.5
Cell Surface Engineering for Device Applications Carolyn Ruth Bertozzi, Chemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California.

10:00 AM BREAK

10:30 AM W12.6
Transport Properties and Surface Microstructure of Lipid-Monolayer Coated Microbubbles Mark Andrew Borden1, Gang Pu1 and Marjorie L. Longo1,2; 1Chemical Engineering & Materials Science, University of California, Davis, California; 2Biophysics, University of California, Davis, California.

10:45 AM W12.7
Toward control of synapse formation: Specific binding of neurexin expressing cells on patterned lipid bilayer containing GPI-linked neuroligin. Sophie Pautot1, Hanson Lee2, Camin Dean2, Ehud Isacoff2 and Jay T Groves3,1; 1MSD, LBNL, berkeley, California; 2MCB, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California; 3Chemistry, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California.

11:00 AM W12.8
Membrane Protein-Functionalized Hybrid Materials Jacob Schmidt, Bioengineering, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

11:15 AM W12.9
Adhesion Kinetics of MC3T3-E1 Pre-Osteoblasts to Osteoconductive Porous Titanium Scaffolds. Jean-Philippe St-Pierre1,2, Maxime Gauthier2, Louis-Philippe Lefebvre2 and Maryam Tabrizian1; 1Biomedical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 2Industrial Materials Institute - National Research Council Canada, Boucherville, Quebec, Canada.
 

SESSION W13: Tissue Engineering II

 Chairs: Ching-Chang Ko and Rizhi Wang
Friday Afternoon, April 16, 2004
Room 2005 (Moscone West)
1:30 PM W13.1
Role Of Time And Distance In Biological Growth Processes Paul Calvert, Textile Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

1:45 PM W13.2
The early stage of new bone formation on plasma-sprayed and electrochemically-deposited hydroxyapatite coatings Hao Wang1, Alexandra E Porter2, Myron Spector3, Zhou Xiang3 and Linn W Hobbs1; 1MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom; 3Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

2:00 PM *W13.3
Mimicking the Extracellular Matrix One Step at a Time Alyssa Panitch, Harrington Department of Bioengineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

2:30 PM W13.4
Biomimetic Encapsulation of Enzymes Rajesh R Naik1, Heather R Luckarift2, Jim C Spain2 and Morley O Stone1; 1MLPJ, Bldg 651, Air Force Research Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio; 2Airbase Technologies Division, Air Force Research Laboratory, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.

2:45 PM W13.5
Surface Engineering of Nano-fibrous Poly(lactic acid) Scaffolds xiaohua liu, Youngjun Won and Peter X Ma; Biologic and Materials Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arobr, Michigan.

3:00 PM BREAK

3:15 PM W13.6
Nano-biotechnology: Better Orthopedic Implant Materials Through the Use of Nanophase Ceramic:Polymer Composites Tyler A Smith and Thomas Jay Webster; Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.

3:30 PM W13.7
Enzyme-Inspired Self-Assembling Peptide Amphiphile Nanofibers. Hannah Storrie1 and Samuel I. Stupp2,1,3; 1Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; 2Department of Materials Science, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; 3Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.

3:45 PM W13.8
In Vitro And In Vivo Tests Of Hydroxyapatite-Gleatin Nanocomposites For Bone Regeneration: A Preliminary Report. Ching-Chang Ko1, Ying-Lien Wu1, R A Narayanan2 and Wei-Shou Hu2; 1Oral Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 2Chemical Engineering and Materials Sciences, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

4:00 PM W13.9
Biohybrid Architectures from Amphiphilic Macromolecules Jeroen Cornelissen, Gerald Metselaar, Irene Reynhout, Dennis Vriezema, Alan Rowan and Roeland Nolte; Organic Chemistry, University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

4:15 PM W13.10
Transferred to W5.1

4:30 PM W13.11
Transferred to W13.4

4:45 PM W13.12
Transferred to W13.9
 

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