Diane Dalecki, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 270168 Rochester NY 14627-0168 office: Goergen Hall 310 p 585-275-7378 f 585-276-1999 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Biomedical ultrasound, acoustics, lithotripsy, biological effects of ultrasound.
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY p 585-273-3444 email@example.com Research Focus: Ultrasound as a Novel Technology for the Field of Tissue-Engineering
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY p 585-273-3444 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Ultrasound Characterization of Engineered Tissues
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY p 585-275-4062 email@example.com Research Focus: Promoting Chronic Wound Healing with Ultrasound and Fibronectin
Senior Technical Associatework Box 270168 Rochester NY 14627-0168 office: Goergen Hall 311 p 585-275-8085 firstname.lastname@example.org
Technical Associate Iwork Box 270168 Rochester NY 14627-0168 office: Goergen Hall 311 p 585-275-8085 email@example.com
Undergraduate Studentwork Rochester NY firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Biological and therapeutic effects of ultrasound
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- Ultrasound Technologies for Biomaterials Fabrication and Imaging. Ann Biomed Eng. In press. (2014 Oct 18).
- Estimating cell concentration in three-dimensional engineered tissues using high frequency quantitative ultrasound. Ann Biomed Eng. 42, 1292-304. (2014 Jun 01).
- Fibronectin matrix mimetics promote full-thickness wound repair in diabetic mice. Tissue Eng Part A. 19, 2517-26. (2013 Nov 01).