Henderson Masthead
Talks



Refereed Podium Presentations

28.Gu H, Lee SW, Buffington SL, Henderson JH, and Ren D. On-demand release of bacterial biofilms via shape memory activation. AIChE Annual Meeting, Biomaterials: Faculty Candidates II, San Francisco, CA; November 14, 2016.
27.Henn AD, Darou S, Yerden R, Henderson JH, and Soman P. Improving BioSafety by Effective Separation of the BioPrinting Atmosphere from Room Air with a Cytocentric Isolator. Biofabrication 2016 Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, October 29-31, 2016.
26.Buffington SL, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Generating Complex Wrinkle Patterns for Active Cell Culture via Shape Memory Polymers. 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, POLY: Advanced Functional Biopolymers & Biomaterials, Philadelphia, PA August 24, 2016.
25.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein E.B., Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Fibroblast Cells Align on Wrinked Polyelectrolyte Multilayers. World Biomaterials Congress, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; May 20, 2016.
24.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Deakin NO, Turner CE, Henderson JH, and M. L. Manning. Superdiffusive cell motility on 2D substrates modeled as a persistent Lévy walk. APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD; March 14-18, 2016.
23.Brasch ME, Deakin N, Manning ML, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. Mechancial Stimulatino of the Cellular Microenvironment via Active Surface Wrinkling Directly Influences the Control of Cell Migration Behavior. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL; October 8, 2015.
22.Brasch ME, Deakin N, Manning ML, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. Active Surface Wrinkling Influences Cell Migration Behavior and Control. 41st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy, NY; April 18, 2015.
21.Ash-Shakoor AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Polymer Recovery Activates Nano-scale Polyelectrolyte Multi-layer Topographical Wrinkles. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC, April 15, 2015.
20.Mather PT, Hasenwinkel JM, Henderson JH. Undergraduate Research in Interactive Biomaterials at Syracuse University. MRS Fall 2014, Symposium AAA: Undergraduate Research in Materials Science-Impacts and Benefits, Boston, MA, Dec. 1, 2014
19.Wang J and Henderson JH. A programmable biomaterial system for the study of cell migration in dynamic microenvironments. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Denver, CO, April 16, 2014.
18.Yang P, Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Activation of Wrinkled Cell Culture Substrates, AIChE Annual Meeting, Spatially Patterned Biomaterials Session, San Francisco, CA; November 6, 2013.
17.Davis KA and Henderson JH. Dynamic Cell Culture on Shape Changing Micropatterns. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, April 13, 2013.
16.Baker RM, Brasch ME, Manning ML, Henderson JH. Contour-Based Algorithm for Tracking Cells and Cell-Material Analyses. 39th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 7, 2013.
15.Wang J, Davis KA, and Henderson JH. Effects of Low Oxygen Tension during Expansion on Chondrogenic Potential of Osteoarthritic Chondrocytes. 39th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 7, 2013.
14.Davis KA and Henderson JH. Dynamic Cell Culture on Shape Changing Micropatterns. 39th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 6, 2013.
13.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Scaffold with a Tunable Recovery Temperature for Filling Critical-Size Bone Defects. 39th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 6, 2013.
12.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Poly(caprolactone) shape memory scaffold for bone tissue engineering. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting. Atlanta, GA, October 27, 2012.
11.Finkelstein EB, Feinstein W, Cheng Y, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Cell-material interactions on a series of acrylate-based shape memory polymers. 39th North East Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Rochester, NY, October 3, 2012.
10.Tseng L, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. A programmable shape-changing scaffold for regenerative medicine. 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; March 18th, 2012.
9.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Poly(caprolactone) shape memory scaffold for bone tissue engineering. 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; March 18th, 2012.
8.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Surface shape memory substrates for active cell culture. 37th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; April 2nd, 2011.
7.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Surface shape memory substrates for active cell cultures. Biomedical Engineering Society/Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine Conference on Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, 29th SPRBM Scientific Conference. Miami Beach, Florida, January 4-8th, 2011. One of nine abstracts accepted for oral presentation in addition to poster presentation, see below.
6.Baker RM, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Composition optimization of transition temperature and breadth of glassy shape memory polymers. 37th Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Potsdam, NY, June 2-5, 2010.
5.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture: Surface Shape Memory Triggered Topographic Change. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA, October 7-10, 2009.
4.Henderson, J. H., Ginley, N. M., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. The oxygen tension present during monolayer expansion affects the quality of cartilage that chondrocytes generate post-expansion. 6th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Tissue Engineering Consortium. Ann Arbor, MI; 2007.
3.Henderson, J. H., Mansour, J. M., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. Chondrocyte characterization and cartilage engineering for repair of laryngotracheal defects in infants. 5th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Tissue Engineering Consortium. Cleveland, OH; 2005. Aspiring Investigator Award.
2.Helms, J. A., Henderson, J. H., Romero, D., Colnot, C., Huang, S., and Carter, D. R. Growth-generated pressure and tension regulate early cartilage anlage development. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. San Francisco, CA; 2004.
1.Henderson, J. H., Fong, K. D., Chang, L. Y., Song, H. M., Nacamuli, R. P., Longaker, M. T., and Carter, D. R. Sutural strain magnitude and its effect on bone deposition rate during cranial development. 48th Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council. Las Vegas, NV; 2003.


Refereed Poster Presentations

29.Song F, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Ren D. motB Is Involved in the Response of Escherichia coli to Material Stiffness during Biofilm Formation. AIChE Annual Meeting, Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science, San Francisco, CA; November 14, 2016.
28.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein E, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Tuned Fibroblast Cell Alignment on Polyelectrolyte Nano-wrinkles. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN; October 5-8, 2016.
27.Song F, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Ren D, A Role of Material stiffness in Bacterial Adhesion and Biofilm Formation. 7th ASM Conference on Biofilms, Chicago, IL; October 24-29, 2015.
26.Wang J, Tseng L-F, Baker RM, and Henderson JH. Preservation of Osteogenic Capacity Following Shape Memory Triggering of Foam and E-spun Scaffolds. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL; October 9, 2015.
25.Wang J and Henderson JH. Exploiting Shape Memory to Study the Effect of Change in Fiber Alignment on Cancer Cell Motility. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL; October 9, 2015.
24.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Deakin NO, Turner CE, Henderson JH, and M. L. Manning. A self-propelled particle model with experimentally quantified cell polarization. APS March Meeting, San Antonio, TX; March 2-6, 2015.
23.Wang J, Tseng L-F, Baker RM, and Henderson JH. Preservation of Osteogenic Capacity Following Shape Memory Triggering of Foam and E-spun Scaffolds. 41st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy, NY; April 19, 2015.
22.Wang J and Henderson JH. Exploiting Shape Memory to Study the Effect of Change in Fiber Alignment on Cancer Cell Motility. 41st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy, NY; April 19, 2015. Winner, Second Prize.
21.Elkhechen J, Wang J, Henderson JH. Understanding the Migratory Patterns of Human Fibrosarcoma Cells and Murine Mesenchymal Stem Cells upon Topographical Changes of Shape Memory Polymers. 2015 Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM. Washington, D.C., February 19-21, 2015.
20.Buffington SL, Loh DA, Henderson JH, and Mather PT, Utilizing Shape Memory Polymers to Generate Complex Wrinkles for Active Cell Culture. Materials Research Society, Fall 2014, Symposium H: Micro/Nano Engineering and Devices for Molecular and Cellular Manipulation, Stimulation and Analysis. Boston, MA, November 30-December 5, 2014. Winner, Biomaterials Science Poster Prize.
19.Jones DL, Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, and Henderson JH. Subpopulation identification during cell-material interactions via neural network clustering of motility metrics. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Denver, CO, April 16-19, 2014.
18.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Poly(epsilon-caprolactone) Shape Memory Polymer for Filling Critical-Sized Bone Defects. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, April 10-13, 2013.
17.Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, Henderson JH. A Contour-Based Approach Enables Individual Cell Identification for Cell-Material Analyses. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, April 10-13, 2013.
16.Tseng L-F, Mather PT, Henderson JH. Shape-memory Activated Change in Scaffold Fiber Alignment Directs Stem Cell Morphology. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, April 10-13, 2013.
15.Wang J, Davis KA, and Henderson JH. Effects of Low Oxygen Tension during Expansion on Chondrogenic Potential of Osteoarthritic Chondrocytes. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, April 10-13, 2013.
14.Davis KA, Henderson JH. Control of micropattern geometry via shape memory polymers. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting. Atlanta, GA, October 25, 2012.
13.Wang J, Kummer SL, Cosgrove MS, and Henderson JH. Histone methylation as a marker of chondrocyte phenotype. 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; March 18th, 2012.
12.Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, Henderson JH. A contour-based particle tracking system for the study of cell migratory behavior. 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; March 17th, 2012.
11.Tseng L-F, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture: A 3D Programmable Shape-Memory Scaffold. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting. Hartford, CT, October 12–15, 2011.
10.Jones DL, Baker RM, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Tuning Recovery Kinetics of a Shape Memory Polymer for Active Cell Culture. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting. Hartford, CT, October 12–15, 2011.
9.Xu X, Davis KA, Yang P, Tseng L, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Active cell culture: shape memory RGD-containing hydrogels. Poster Presentation, Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine 2011, Enschede, The Netherlands; June 15–17, 2011.
8.Baker RM, Yang P, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Wrinkle Formation on a Biocompatible Shape Memory Polymer. 37th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference. Troy, NY; April 2nd, 2011.
7.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Surface shape memory substrates for active cell cultures. Biomedical Engineering Society/Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine Conference on Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, 29th SPRBM Scientific Conference. Miami Beach, Florida, January 4-8th, 2011. One of nine abstracts accepted for oral presentation in addition to poster presentation, see above.
6.Henderson, J. H., Ginley, N. M., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. Low oxygen tension during chondrocyte expansion enhances cartilage matrix production following expansion. 6th Combined Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Societies. Honolulu, HI; 2007. New Investigator Recognition Award.
5.Dennis, J. E., Weidenbecher, M., Henderson, J. H., Awadallah1, A., Ginley, N. Scaffold-free tissue engineered cartilage for tracheal repair. 7th World Congress of the International Cartilage Repair Society. Warsaw, Poland; 2007.
4.Dennis, J. E., Awadallah, A. S., Ginley, N. M., and Henderson, J. H. Growth factor effects on rabbit articular and auricular chondrocytes. Keystone Symposium on Tissue Engineering and Developmental Biology. Snowbird, UT; 2007.
3.Henderson, J. H., Mansour, J. M., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. Characterization of cartilages engineered using chondrocytes from different anatomic locations in the rabbit. 6th World Congress of the International Cartilage Repair Society. San Diego; CA, 2006.
2.Henderson, J. H., Nacamuli, R. P., Zhao, B., Longaker, M. T., and Carter, D. R. Large tensile strains are present in rat dura mater in vivo. 49th Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council. Ann Arbor, MI; 2004.
1.Henderson, J. H., and Carter, D. R. The role of growth-generated stresses in limb morphogenesis. West Coast Regional Developmental Biology Meeting. Bodega Bay, CA; 2002.


Invited Talks

34.Henderson JH. Employing Substrate Deformation in the Study of Cell Mechanobiology, Keynote Talk (Symposium on Non-linear Response of Highly Deformable Structures), Society of Engineering Science, 53rd Annual Meeting, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; October 3rd, 2016.
33.Henderson JH. Smart materials for accelerated single-surgery repair of bone defects, Invited Talk, Biotechnology Symposium, Syracuse, NY; May 19th, 2016.
32.Henderson JH. Biomechanics, Mechanobiology, and Mechanically Active Materials: Applying Mechanics to Advance Fundamental Biological Understanding and Orthopedic Treatments, Invited Seminar, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; December 4th, 2015.
31.Henderson JH. Bringing Shape-Memory Polymers In Vitro and In Vivo to Study Mechanobiology and to Treat Orthopedic Injury, Plenary Speaker, 41st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; April 17-19, 2015.
30.Henderson JH. Smart Cell Culture Substrates and Smart Resorbable Orthopedic Hardware: Shape Memory Polymers for Basic and Applied Mechanobiology, Invited Seminar, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; March 20th, 2015.
29.Henderson JH. Application and Characterization of Shape Memory Polymers in In Vitro and In Vivo Mechanobiology and Tissue Engineering Technologies, Invited Talk, Advanced Materials for Biomedical Applications, Ghent, Belgium; November 21st, 2014.
28.Henderson JH. Shape Memory Polymer Platforms for Basic and Applied Mechanobiology, Invited Seminar, Chemical Engineering Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; October 6th, 2014.
27.Henderson JH. Shape-Changing Materials for Basic and Applied Mechanobiology, Invited Talk, CIMTEC 2014 - 13th International Ceramics Congress & 6th Forum on New Materials, Montecatini Terme, Italy; June 17th, 2014.
26.Mather PT and Henderson JH, Shape Memory Polymers: A World of Opportunities in Healthcare, Invited Seminar, Surgery Grand Rounds, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY; October 16th, 2013.
25.Henderson JH. Harnessing Shape Memory for the Study and Treatment of Disease and Injury, Invited Seminar, Biomedical Engineering Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; April 25th, 2013.
24.Henderson JH. Smart Materials for the Study and Application of Cellular Biomechanics and Mechanobiology, Invited Seminar, Biomedical Engineering Department, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; November 8th, 2012.
23.Henderson JH. Shape-Changing Substrates and Scaffolds: Changing the Paradigm for the Study and Application of Cellular Biomechanics and Mechanobiology, Invited Seminar, Biomedical Engineering Program, SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY; June 15th, 2012.
22.Henderson JH. Shape-Changing Culture Dishes and Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: Why It's About Time, Invited Talk, Biotechnology Symposium, Syracuse, NY; May 22nd, 2012.
21.Henderson JH. Shape-Memory Polymer Substrates and Scaffolds for the Study of CellBiology and Biophysics, Invited Talk, Faculty Seminar, Hampton University, Hampton, VA; February 10th, 2012.
20.Henderson JH. Cells Can Move and Change Shape, and Now Cell Culture Dishes Can Too: Designing Shape Changing Substrates toStudy Cell Biology. Invited Talk, Advanced Biology Seminar, Hampton University, Hampton, VA; February 10th, 2012.
19.Henderson JH. Active Cells Meet Active Materials: Mechanobiological Applications of Shape Memory Polymers in 2D and 3D. Invited Talk, 12th New York Complex Matter Workshop, Ithaca, NY; December 9th, 2011.
18.Henderson JH. Programmable Biomaterial Scaffolds for Mechanobiology and Regenerative Medicine. Invited Talk, BIOFUTURE 2011: Young European Biomaterial Scientists Designing a View for the Future, Ghent, Belgium; November 18th, 2011.
17.Henderson JH. Design and Function of Programmable Biomaterials for the Study and Application of Mechanobiology. Invited Talk, Cell-Biomaterial Interactions Session, 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Minneapolis, MN; October 20th, 2011.
16.Henderson JH. Programmable Materials for the Study of Mechanobiology. Keynote Speaker, Biomechanics Track, 37th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; April 2nd, 2011.
15.Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture Substrates for the Study of Mechanobiology. Invited Seminar, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; March 15th, 2011.
14.Henderson JH. Smart Material Substrates for Cell Culture. Invited Seminar, Asa Gray Biological Society, Utica College, Utica, NY; December 6, 2010.
13.Henderson JH. Exploiting Shape Memory for Cell and Tissue Engineering. Invited Speaker, 37th North East Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Potsdam, NY; June 3, 2010.
12.Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture. Invited Seminar, Program in Polymer Science and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; November 18, 2009.
11.Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture for Cellular Biomechanics and Engineering. Invited Seminar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE; November 6, 2009.
10.Henderson JH. Musculoskeletal Tissue Development and Engineering. Invited Seminar, Department of Orthopaedics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; December 16th, 2008.
9.Henderson, J. H. From Embryonic Biomechanics to Cell-Based Therapies: Tissue Engineering for Musculoskeletal Repair and Regeneration. Invited Seminar, Department of Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 25, 2008.
8.Henderson, J. H. An Introduction to Cartilage Tissue Engineering: What It Is, How It Could Help Those with Arthritis and Related Diseases, and What We Are Doing to Advance It. Invited Seminar sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation, Cleveland Heights Senior Activity Center, Cleveland Heights, OH; November 27, 2007.
7.Henderson, J. H. From Embryonic Biomechanics to Cell-Based Therapies: Tissue Engineering for Musculoskeletal Repair and Regeneration. Invited Seminar, Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; July 12, 2007.
6.Henderson, J. H. From Embryonic Biomechanics to Cell-Based Therapies: Tissue Engineering for Musculoskeletal Repair and Regeneration. Invited Seminar, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; May 22, 2007.
5.Henderson, J. H. Cartilage Engineering for Laryngotracheal Reconstruction. Invited Seminar, Orthopaedic and Related Research Seminar, Department of Orthopaedics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; April 7, 2005.
4.Henderson, J. H. Growth-Generated Strains and Stresses in Cranial Development. Invited Seminar, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Departmental Seminar, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; November 12, 2004.
3.Henderson, J. H. The Role of Growth-Generated Strains and Pressures in Cranial Development. Invited Seminar, Cartilage Biology and Orthopaedics Branch, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD; May 4, 2004.
2.Henderson, J. H. The Role of Growth-Generated Strains and Pressures in Cranial Development. Invited Seminar, Skeletal Research Center, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; April 22, 2004.
1.Henderson, J. H. Sutural Strain Magnitude and Sutural Growth Rate During Cranial Development. Invited Seminar, Surgery Department Research Seminar Series, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford University, Stanford, CA; November 15, 2002.


Other Presentations

105.King III CI, Ash-Shakoor AG, and Henderson JH. Degradation of Polyelectrolyte Multilayers. Hampton—Brandeis PREM Research Retreat, Hampton, VA; September 16, 2016.
104.Hart L, Buffington SL, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Using Triple Shape Memory Polymers to Generate Complex Wrinkle Patterns. Hampton-Brandeis PREM Research Retreat, Hampton, VA; September 16, 2016.
103.Alexander LC, Ash-Shakoor AG, Ali MM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Polymers with Temperature Sensors. Hampton-Brandeis PREM Research Retreat, Hampton, VA; September 16, 2016.
102.Paul JE, Buffington SL, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Development of Anisotropic Composites and Chiral Elastomers. Syracuse University Undergraduate Symposium, Syracuse, NY; August 12, 2016.
101.Nichols KN, Bishop K, Henderson JH, and Hasenwinkel JM. Astrocyte Viability and Motility on Modified HA Hydrogels of Varying Stiffness. Syracuse University Undergraduate Symposium, Syracuse, NY; August 12, 2016.
100.Posnick BM, Buffington SL, Paul JE, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Video documentation of quadruple shape memory polymer behavior. Syracuse University Undergraduate Symposium, Syracuse, NY; August 12, 2016. Winner, 5th Place Award, Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Division, poster competition.
99.Nichols KN, Bishop K, Henderson JH, and Hasenwinkel JM. Astrocyte Viability and Motility on Modified HA Hydrogels of Varying Stiffness. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2016.
98.Paul JE, Buffington SL, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Development of Anisotropic Composites and Chiral Elastomers. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2016.
97.King III CI, Ash-Shakoor AG, and Henderson JH. Degradation of Polyelectrolyte Multilayers. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2016.
96.Hart L, Buffington SL, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Using Triple Shape Memory Polymers to Generate Complex Wrinkle Patterns. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2016.
95.Alexander LC, Ash-Shakoor AG, Ali MM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Polymers with Temperature Sensors. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2016.
94.Bishop K, Jannini AVS, Henderson JH, and Hasenwinkel JM. An Investigation of the Migratory Patterns of Astrocytes. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2016.
93.Buffington SM, Henderson JH, Mather PT. Quadruple Shape Memory: Because 4 is greater than 3, and even. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2016.
92.Brasch ME, Passucci G, Manning ML, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. Active Surface Wrinkling Alters Internal Cell Organization Leading to Enhanced Polarization and Motility Control. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2016.
91.Gu H, Chen A, Song X, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Ren D. Attachment and cell cluster formation of Escherichia coli on (poly)dimethylsiloxane surfaces with topographic line patterns. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2016. Winner, Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Department, poster competition.
90.Song F, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Ren D. A role of material stiffness in bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2016.
89.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein EB, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Polyelectrolyte Nanowrinkles Improve Fibroblast Cell Attachment and Alignment. Poster presentation, Academic and Research Leadership Symposium, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) 42nd Annual Convention, Boston, MA; March 23-27, 2016.
88.Buffington SM, Henderson JH, Mather PT. Utilizing Shape Memory Polymers to Generate Complex Wrinkles for Active Cell Culture. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2016, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; March 4, 2016.
87.Song F, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, Ren D. A role of material stiffness in bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2016, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; March 4, 2016.
86.Gu H, Chen A, Song X, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, Ren D. Attachment and cell cluster formation of Escherichia coli on polydimethylsiloxane surfaces with topographic line patterns. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2016, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; March 4, 2016. Awarded Honorable Mention.
85.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein EB, Baker RM, Yang P, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Wrinkled Polymeric Coatings via Shape Memory Activation: A Cell Alignment Study. Plenary Speaker (PTM), Smart Coatings 2016, Orlando, FL; February 25, 2016.
84.Pena AN, Brasch ME, and Henderson JH. Automated Characterization of Migratory Patterns in a Model Co-Culture System. Poster presentation, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) Seattle, WA; November 11-16, 2015.
83.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein EB, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Activated Wrinkled Polyelectrolytes Align Fibroblast Cells. Poster presentation, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) Seattle, WA; November 11-16, 2015.
82.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein EB, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Activated Wrinkled Polyelectrolytes Align Fibroblast Cells. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; November 7, 2015.
81.Brasch ME, Deakin N, Manning ML, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. Active Surface Wrinkling Influences Cell Migration Behavior and Control. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; November 7, 2015.
80.Buffington SM, Loh D, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Utilizing Shape Memory Polymers to Generate Complex Wrinkle Patterns. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; November 7, 2015.
79.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Deakin NO, Turner CE, Henderson JH, and M. L. Manning. Modeling cells on 2D substrates as a self-propelled Levy walk. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; November 7, 2015.
78.Pena AN, Brasch ME, and Henderson JH. Automated Characterization of Migratory Patterns in a Model Co-Culture System. Poster Presentation, Dean's Leadership Council Meeting, Syracuse NY; November 4, 2015

77.Pena AN, Brasch ME, and Henderson JH. Automated Characterization of Migratory Patterns in a Model Co-Culture System. Poster Presentation, Louis Stokes Midwest Center of Excellence (LSMCE) 3rd Annual Conference: Accelerating Diverse Talent along the STEM Pipeline, Indianapolis, Indiana; October 23-25, 2015. Winner, 6th place, L'Oreal poster competition.
76.Benn S., Buffington SL, Henderson JH. Incorporation of Silver Nanoparticles in Electrospun Fiber Mat to Increase Antimicrobial Activity. Syracuse University Symposium for Undergraduate Research. Syracuse, NY; August 7, 2015. Winner, Biological/General Sciences Third Place Prize.
75.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Deakin NO, Turner CE, Henderson JH, and M. L. Manning. Experimental cell migration as a Levy walk. Boulder School 2015, Boulder, CO; July 9, 2015.
74.Elkhechen J, Wang J, Henderson JH. The Use of Shape Memory Polymers as a Tool to Study Cancer and Stem Cell Migration. ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference, North Carolina State University; April 10-12, 2015.
73.Wang J and Henderson JH. Exploiting Shape Memory to Study the Effect of Change in Fiber Alignment on Cancer Cell Motility. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 6, 2015.
72.Ash-Shakoor AG, Finkelstein EB, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Recreating the Arterial Surface with Shape Memory Activated Polyelectrolyte Multi-layer Wrinkles. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 6, 2015.
71.Buffington SM, Loh D, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Generating Complex Wrinkle Patterns for Active Cell Culture via Shape Memory Polymers. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 6, 2015.
70.Brasch ME, Deakin N, Manning ML, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. Active Surface Wrinkling Influences Cell Migration Behavior and Control. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 6, 2015.
69.Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, Henderson JH. Tracking and analyzing cells over long timescales in complex in vitro biomaterial environments. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2014, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; October 17, 2014.
68.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Poly(ε-caprolactone) Shape Memory Polymer for Filling Critical-Sized Defects. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2014, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; October 17, 2014.
67.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Deakin NO, Turner CE, Henderson JH, and Manning ML. Tracking Golgi on 2-D Substrates. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2014, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; October 17, 2014.
66.Ash-Shakoor AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Actuated Polyelectrolyte Multi-layer Wrinkles. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Research Poster Session 2014, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; October 17, 2014. Winner, Honorary Poster Award.
65.Henderson JH. Academic Job Process Overview, Speaker at IGERT Social Event, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; October 1st, 2014.
64.Ash-Shakoor AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Putting the Squeeze on Coatings: Wrinkled Polyelectrolytes to Enhance Cell Interactions. Poster Presentation, BioNanoTechnology Summer Institute, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; July 28-August 8, 2014. Winner, Best Poster Prize.
63.Passucci G, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Manning ML. Analysis of Migrating Cells on Shape Memory Polymer Substrates. Oral Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
62.Buffington SL, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Generating Complex Wrinkle Patterns on Shape Memory Substrates for Directing Cell Function. Oral Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
61.Brasch ME, Manning ML, and Henderson JH. Cell Tracking in Complex Environments. Oral Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
60.Donelson FJ, Davis KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape Memory Actuation Modalities to Enhance Stem Cell Osteogenic Differentiation. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
59.Sawyer SW, Aslan C, Chen Y, Margulies BS, Ogden KM, Henderson JH, and Soman P. Bone Regeneration Using Structurally Reinforced Stem Cell-Laden Hydrogels. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
58.Ash-Shakoor, AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Putting the Squeeze on Coatings. Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2014.
57.Ash-Shakoor, AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Smart Polymers to Control Cell Interactions. Video and Poster Presentation, NSF IGERT Video and Poster Competition, Online, 2013. http://posterhall.org/igert2013/posters/330
56.Ash-Shakoor, AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape Memory Polymers Meet Polyelectrolyte Multilayers. Oral Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; March 2, 2013.
55.Donelson FJ, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Design of Shape Memory Actuation Modalities to Enhance Stem Cell Osteogenic Differentiation. Oral Presentation, NSF IGERT Retreat, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; March 2, 2013.
54.Ash-Shakoor, AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape memory polymers and polyelectrolyte multilayers: a novel biomaterial for controlled cell interactions. Oral Presentation, Multicultural Graduate Student Orientation Program Seminar, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; 2013.
53.Baker RM, Brasch ME, Manning ML, Henderson JH. Tracking and analyzing cells over long timescales in complex in vitro biomaterial environments. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering, Holderness, NH; July 28-August 2, 2013.
52.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Poly(epsilon-caprolactone) Shape Memory Polymer for Filling Critical-Sized Bone Defects. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2013. Winner, Best Poster Award.
51.Davis KA and Henderson JH. Control of Micropattern Geometry Via Shape Memory Polymers. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2013.
50.Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, Henderson JH. A Contour-Based Approach Enables Individual Cell Identification for Cell-Material Analyses. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Poster Session, Syracuse NY; April 5, 2013.
49.Tseng L-F, Mather PT, Henderson JH. A programmable shape-changing scaffold for regenerative medicine. Poster Presentation, Nunan Lecture and Research Day Research Poster Session, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 5, 2013.
48.Ash-Shakoor AG, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape memory polymers and polyelectrolyte multilayers: a novel biomaterial. Poster Presentation, 13th New York Complex Matter Workshop, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; December 7, 2012.
47.Tseng L, Mather PT, Henderson JH. A programmable shape-changing scaffold for regenerative medicine. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; November 26, 2012.
46.Wang J, Kummer SL, Cosgrove MS, Henderson JH. Histone methylation as a marker of chondrocyte phenotype. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; November 26, 2012.
45.Davis KA and Henderson JH. Control of micropattern geometry via shape memory polymers. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; November 26, 2012.
44.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape memory scaffold for bone tissue engineering. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; November 26, 2012.
43.Finkelstein EB, Feinstein W, Cheng Y, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Cell-material interactions on a series of acrylate-based shape memory polymers. Poster Presentation, Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; November 26, 2012.
42.Baker RM, Tseng L, Brasch ME, Davis KA, Yang P, Manning ML, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape-Changing Shape-Memory Polymer Substrates and Scaffolds: New Approaches to Control and Track Cell Mechanobiology in Two and Three Dimensions. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Musculoskeletal Biology and Bioengineering, Andover, NH; August 5-10, 2012.
41.Henderson JH. Shape-Memory-Actuated Materials for Accelerated Healing of Orthopedic Injuries in Warfighters. Poster Presentation, DARPA Young Faculty Award 2011/2012 Meeting, Arlington, VA; July 30-31, 2012.
40.Henderson JH. Academic Research 101: Overview and Tour of the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute. Workshop Presentation, The New York State STEM Education Collaborative 2012 Summer Institute, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; July 9, 2012. (Presented by colleagues due to scheduling conflict with presentation 39.)
39.Baker RM, Tseng L, Brasch ME, Davis KA, Yang P, Manning ML, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape-Changing Shape-Memory Polymer Substrates and Scaffolds: New Approaches to Control and Track Cell Mechanobiology in Two and Three Dimensions. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Signal Transduction by Engineered Extracellular Matrices, Biddeford, ME; July 8-13, 2012.
38.Davis KA, Marchetti-Bowick E, and Henderson JH. Analyzing Recovery of Programmed Shape-Memory Polymers. Poster Presentation, Biotechnology Symposium, Syracuse, NY; May 21, 2012.
37.Wang J, Kummer SL, Cosgrove MS, and Henderson JH. Histone methylation as a marker of chondrocyte phenotype. Poster Presentation, 2nd Annual Life Sciences Symposium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; May 1st, 2012. Winner, Best Poster Award.
36.Tseng L, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. A programmable shape-changing scaffold for regenerative medicine, Poster Presentation, 2nd Annual Life SciencesSymposium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; May 1st, 2012.
35.Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT, Poly(caprolactone) Shape Memory Scaffold for Bone Tissue Engineering, Poster Presentation, 2nd Annual Life SciencesSymposium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; May 1st, 2012.
34.Brasch ME, Baker RM, Manning ML, Henderson JH. A contour-based particle tracking system for the study of cell migratory behavior. Poster Presentation, 2012 Nunan Lecture + Research Day, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 13th, 2012.
33.Wang J, Kummer SL, Cosgrove MS, and Henderson JH. Histone methylation as a marker of chondrocyte phenotype. Poster Presentation, 2012 Nunan Lecture + Research Day, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; April 13th, 2012.
32.Finkelstein EB, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Cell-material Interactions on an Acrylate-based Polymer. Oral Presentation, Biomaterials Day: Interactive Biomaterials, Syracuse, NY; November 18, 2011.
31.Jones DL, Baker RM, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Tuning Recovery Kinetics of a Shape Memory Polymer for Active Cell Culture. Poster Presentation, Biomaterials Day: Interactive Biomaterials, Syracuse, NY; November 18, 2011.
30.Baker RM, Yang P, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Wrinkle Formation Directs Cell Morphology in Culture. Oral Presentation, Biomaterials Day: Interactive Biomaterials, Syracuse, NY; November 18, 2011.
29.Tseng L, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture: a 3D Programmable Shape-Memory Scaffold. Oral Presentation, Biomaterials Day: Interactive Biomaterials, Syracuse, NY; November 18, 2011.
28.Patrick AD, Davis KA, and Henderson JH. Varying the Rate of Substrate Topographic Change for the Study of Mechanobiology. Oral Presentation, Louis Stokes South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation Program Annual Science, Engineering & Research Conference, Orangeburg, SC; November 4, 2011.
27.Jones DL, Baker RM, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Tuning Recovery Kinetics of a Shape Memory Polymer for Active Cell Culture. LCS College of Engineering and Computer Science Summer Symposium, Syracuse, NY; August 12, 2011.
26.Patrick AD, Davis KA, and Henderson JH. Varying the Rate of Substrate Topographic Change for the Study of Mechanobiology. LCS College of Engineering and Computer Science Summer Symposium, Syracuse, NY; August 12, 2011.
25.Tseng L, Gu X, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. A Cytocompatible, Shape Changing, Shape Memory Scaffold for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering, Holderness, NH; July 31–August 5, 2011.
24.Patrick AD, Davis KA, and Henderson JH. Varying the Rate of Substrate Topographic Change for the Study of Mechanobiology. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 11, 2011.
23.Davis KA. Surface Shape Memory Substrates for Active Cell Culture. Sound Byte, given on behalf of all collaborators involved from the Henderson and Mather labs, 11th New York Complex Matter Workshop, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; June 10th, 2011.
22.Baker RM. Influence of Surface Topography and Cell Density on Cell Migration Behavior. Sound Byte, given on behalf of all collaborators involved from the Henderson and Mather labs, 11th New York Complex Matter Workshop, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; June 10th, 2011.
21.Henderson JH. Shape shifting cell culture substrates: a useful tool for cancer assays? Invited Seminar, Upstate Cancer Research Institute Monthly PI Meeting and Seminar, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY; November 11, 2010.
20.Xu X, Yang P, Gu X, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. A Shape Memory Hydrogel for Active Cell Culture. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Musculoskeletal Biology and Bioengineering, Andover, NH; August 1-6, 2010.
19.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape Memory Substrates for Active Cell Culture. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Musculoskeletal Biology and Bioengineering, Andover, NH; August 1-6, 2010.
18.Henderson JH and Maturo-Grasso GM. Implementation of a Cooperative PK-12 Outreach Component at Syracuse University/SCSD. N.Y.S. STEM Education Institute. Oswego, NY, August 8th, 2010.
17.Henderson JH. In Vitro Tools for Investigating Tissue Development, Homeostasis, Engineering, and Regeneration. Podium Presentation, Biomedical Engineering & Cancer Research Symposium, SUNY Upstate Medical University; Syracuse, NY; May 27, 2010.
16.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture: Surface Shape Memory Triggered Topographic Change. Poster Presentation, Upstate New York Biomedical Engineering Career Conference. Rochester, NY; April 16, 2010.
15.Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Active Cell Culture: Surface Shape Memory Triggered Topographic Change. Podium Presentation, Symposium on Biological Smart Materials at the Soft Materials Discussion Group, New York Academy of Sciences. April 1, 2010.
14.Steinberg LJ, Zoli CB, Johnson, DR, Henderson, JH, Ma Y, and Eatman TK. From Battlefield to Classroom: Designing Pathways to Engineering for American GIs. Poster Presentation, NSF Engineering Education Awardees Conference. Reston, VA; January 31-February 2, 2010.
13.Kummer SL, Sidheswaran MA, Henderson JH, Tavlarides LL. In vitro assessment of the relative toxic effects of reactive oxygen species in particulate matter. Invited Poster Presentation, Healthy Buildings Opportunity Exchange, Syracuse, NY; September 15, 2009.
12.Davis, KA, Burke, KA, Mather, PT, Henderson, JH. Active Cell Culture: Surface Shape Memory Triggered Topographic Change. Poster Presentation, Syracuse Biomaterials Institute 2nd Annual SBI Offsite Meeting, Syracuse, NY; August 28, 2009.
11.Gorman CG, Kummer SL, and Henderson JH. Quantification of Intracellular Reactive Oxygen Species and the Induced Cell Damage. Syracuse Biomaterials Institute REU Summer Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY; August 13, 2009.
10.Davis, KA, Burke, KA, Mather, PT, Henderson, JH. Active Cell Culture: Surface Shape Memory Triggered Topographic Change. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Biocompatibility/Tissue Engineering, Holderness, NH; July 19-24, 2009.
9.Henderson JH. Biomechanics and Tissue Engineering. Invited Speaker, TACNY Junior Cafe Scientifique, Museum of Science and Technology, Syracuse, NY; July 18th, 2009.
8.Ramcharran, LD, Amos, JR, Henderson JH. Development of a Model System to Investigate Mechanical Regulation of Embryonic Skeletal Tissue Development. Poster Presentation, Upstate Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (ULSAMP) Poster Session, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY; August 7, 2008.
7.Henderson, J. H., Welter, J. F., Mansour, J. M., Niyibizi, C., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. Identification and Characterization of Chondrocytes and Tissue-Engineered Cartilage For Use in a Rabbit Model of Laryngotracheal Reconstruction. Poster Presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Musculoskeletal Biology and Bioengineering, Andover, NH; July 24-27, 2006.
6.Henderson, J. H., Mansour, J. M., Caplan, A. I., and Dennis, J. E. Tissue-Engineered Cartilage for Use in a Rabbit Model of Neonatal Laryngotracheal Reconstruction. Poster Presentation, Research ShowCASE, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; April 6, 2006.
5.Henderson, J. H., and Carter, D. R. Sutural Bone Deposition Rate and Strain Magnitude During Cranial Development. Poster Presentation, Fannie and John Hertz Foundation 40th Anniversary Celebration, San Francisco, CA; March 28, 2003.
4.Henderson, J. H., and Carter, D. R. Predicting Growth-Generated Strains During Cranial Development. Poster Presentation, Biomedical Computation at Stanford, Stanford, CA; October 26, 2002.
3.Henderson, J. H. Growth-Generated Strain During Cranial Development. Podium Presentation, 3rd Annual Orthopedics Research Day, VA Palo Alto, Palo Alto, CA; September 28, 2002.
2.Henderson, J. H., and Carter, D. R. Growth-Generated Strain During Cranial Development. Poster Presentation, Stanford Graduate Fellowship Research Symposium, Stanford, CA; April 24, 2002.
1.Henderson, J. H., and Carter, D. R. Growth-Generated Strain During Cranial Development. Poster Presentation, Stanford Graduate Fellowship Research Symposium, Stanford, CA; April 26, 2001.
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