Indexed Journal Publications

42Oguntade E, Wigham C, *Owuor L, Aryal U, *O’Grady K, *Acierto A, Zha HR, and Henderson JH. Dry and Wet Wrinkling of a Silk Fibroin Biopolymer by a Shape-Memory Material with Insight into Mechanical Effects on Secondary Structures in Silk Network. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2024,
41Oguntade E, Fougnier D, *Meyer S, *O’Grady K, *Kudlack A, and Henderson JH. Tuning the Topography of Dynamic, 3D Scaffolds through Functional Protein Wrinkled Coatings. Polymers. 2024, 16 (5), 609.
40Chen J, Sun S, *Macios MM, Oguntade E, Narkar AR, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Thermally and Photothermally Triggered Cytocompatible Triple-Shape-Memory Polymer Based on a Graphene Oxide-Containing Poly(ε-caprolactone) and Acrylate Composite. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 202315, 50962−50972.   
39Agyapong JN, Van Durme B, Van Vlierberghe S, and Henderson JH. Surface Functionalization of 4D Printed Substrates Using Polymeric and Metallic Wrinkles. Polymers. 2023; 15(9):2117.    
38Pieri KG, *Felix BM, Zhang T, Soman P, and Henderson JH. Printing parameters affect key properties of 4D printed shape memory polymers. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. 2023, 10 (2), 279-288.
37Pieri KG, Liu D, Soman P, Zhang T, and Henderson JH. Large biaxial recovered strains in self-shrinking 3D shape-memory polymer parts programmed via printing with application to improve cell seeding. Advanced Materials Technologies. 2201997, 2023.
36Shi H, Wang C, Gao BZ, Henderson JH, Ma Z. Cooperation between myofibril growth and costamere maturation in human cardiomyocytes. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 10, 1049523, 2022. 
35Xiong Z, Poudel A, Narkar AR, Zhang Z, Kunwar P, Henderson JH, and Soman P. Femtosecond laser densification of hydrogels to generate customized volume diffractive gratings. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 14 (25), 29377-29385, 2022.
34Chen J, *Hamilton, LE, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Cell-responsive shape memory polymers. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 8 (7), 2960-2969, 2022. Selected to be featured as an ACS Editors’ Choice
33Narkar AR, *Tong Z, Soman P (co-corresponding author), and Henderson JH. Smart biomaterial platforms: controlling and being controlled by cells. Biomaterials, 283, 121450, 2022.
32Shi H, Wu X, Sun S, Wang C, Vangelatos Z, Ash-Shakoor A, Grigoropoulos CP, Mather PT, Henderson JH, Ma Z. Profiling the responsiveness of focal adhesions of human cardiomyocytes to extracellular dynamic nano-topography. Bioactive Materials, 10, 367-377, 2022. 
31Brasch ME, *Peña AN, and Henderson JH. Image-based cell subpopulation identification through automated cell tracking, principal component analysis, and partitioning around medoids clustering. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 1-14, 2021.    
30Sun S, Shi H, Moore S, Wang C, Ash-Shakoor A, Mather PT, Henderson JH, and Ma Z. Progressive myofibril reorganization of human cardiomyocytes on a dynamic nanotopographic substrate. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12 (19), 21450–21462, 2020. 10.1021/acsami.0c03464
29Kunwar P, Jannini AVS, Xiong Z, Ransbottom MJ, Perkins JS, Henderson JH, Hasenwinkel JM, and Soman P. High-resolution 3D printing of stretchable hydrogel structures using optical projection lithography. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12 (1), 1640-1649, 2019.  
28Passucci G, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, Zuburdaev V, and Manning ML. Identifying the mechanism for superdiffusivity in mouse fibroblast motility. PLoS Comput Biol 15 (2), e1006732, 2019.
27Brasch ME, Passucci G, Guldavy A, Turner CE, Manning ML, and Henderson JH. Nuclear position relative to the Golgi body and nuclear orientation are differentially responsive indicators of cell polarized motility. PLoS One, 14 (2), e0211408, 2019. Selected by the editors to be highlighted on the journal homepage
26Buffington SL, Ali MM, *Paul JE, *Macios MM, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Enzymatically triggered shape memory polymers. Acta Biomaterialia, 84, 88–97, 2019.
25Wang J, Brasch ME, Baker RM, Tseng L, *Peña AN, Henderson JH. Shape memory activation can affect cell seeding of shape memory polymer scaffolds designed for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.  Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 28 (10), 151, 2017.
24Song F, Brasch ME, Wang H, Henderson JH, Sauer K, and Ren D. How bacteria respond to material stiffness during attachment: a role of Escherichia coli flagellar motility. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9 (27), 22176-22184, 2017.
23Wang J, *Quach A, Brasch ME, Turner CE, and Henderson JH. On-command on/off switching of progenitor cell and cancer cell polarized motility and aligned morphology via a cytocompatible shape memory polymer scaffold. Biomaterials, 140, 150-61, 2017.
22Gu H, Lee SW, Buffington SL, Henderson JH, and Ren D. On-demand removal of bacterial biofilms via shape memory activation. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8 (33), 21140-21144, 2016.
21Tseng L, Wang J, Baker RM, Wang G, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Osteogenic capacity of human adipose-derived stem cells is preserved following triggering of shape memory scaffolds. Tissue Engineering Part A. August, 22(15-16), 1026-1035, 2016.
20Gu H, Chen A, Song X, Brasch ME, Henderson JH, and Ren D. How Escherichia coli lands and forms cell clusters on a surface: a new role of surface topography. Scientific Reports, 6, 29516, 2016.
19Baker RM, Tseng L, Iannolo MT, Oest ME, and Henderson JH. Self-deploying shape memory polymer scaffolds for grafting and stabilizing complex bone defects: A mouse femoral segmental defect study. Biomaterials, 76, 388-98, 2016.
18Baker RM, Brasch ME, Manning ML, and Henderson JH. Automated, contour-based tracking and analysis of cell behaviour over long timescales in environments of varying complexity and cell density. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 11(97), 20140386, 2014. Program download at:
17Wormer DB, Davis KA, Henderson JH, Turner CE. The focal adhesion-localized CdGAP regulates matrix rigidity sensing and durotaxis. PLoS ONE, 9(3), e91815, 2014.
16Tseng L, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape-memory actuated change in scaffold fiber alignment directs stem cell morphology. Acta Biomaterialia, 9, 8790-8801, 2013.
15Baker RM, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape memory poly(ε-caprolactone)-co-poly(ethylene glycol) foams with body temperature triggering and two-way actuation. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 1, 4916-4920, 2013
14Baker RM, Yang P, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. In vitro wrinkle formation via shape memory dynamically aligns adherent cells. Soft Matter, 9, 4705–4714, 2013.
13Xu X, Davis KA, Yang P, Gu X, Henderson JH, and Mather PT. Shape memory RGD-containing hydrogels: synthesis, characterization, and application in cell culture. Macromolecular Symposia, 309-310, 162-172, 2011.
12Davis KA, Luo X, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Shape memory polymers for active cell culture. J Vis Exp, (53), e2903, 2011. *Video article viewed more than 11,000 times.
11Davis KA, Burke KA, Mather PT, and Henderson JH. Dynamic cell behavior on shape memory polymer substrates. Biomaterials, 32, 2285–2293, 2011.
10Henderson JH, Ginley NM, Niyibizi C, Caplan AI, and Dennis JE. Low oxygen tension during incubation periods of chondrocyte expansion is sufficient to enhance postexpansion chondrogenesis. Tissue Eng Part A, 16, 1585–1593, 2010.
9Weidenbecher MW, Henderson JH, Tucker HM, Baskin JI, Awadallah AS, and Dennis JE. Hyaluronan-based scaffolds to tissue-engineer cartilage implants for laryngotracheal reconstruction. Laryngoscope, 117, 1745–1749, 2007.
8Henderson JH, Welter JF, Mansour JM, Niyibizi C, Caplan AI, and Dennis JE. Cartilage tissue engineering for laryngotracheal reconstruction: comparison of chondrocytes from three anatomic locations in the rabbit. Tissue Eng, 13, 843–853, 2007.
7Henderson JH, de la Fuente L, Romero D, Colnot CI, Huang S, Carter DR, and Helms JA. Rapid growth of cartilage rudiments may generate perichondrial structures by mechanical induction. Biomechan Model Mechanobiol, 6, 127–137, 2007.
6Henderson JH, *Chang LY, Song HM, Longaker MT, and Carter DR. Age-dependent properties and quasi-static strains in the rat sagittal suture. J Biomechanics, 38, 2294–2301, 2005.
5Henderson JH, Nacamuli RP, *Zhao B, Longaker MT, and Carter DR. Age-dependent residual tensile strains are present in the dura mater of rats. J R Soc Interface, 2, 159–167, 2005.
4Henderson JH, Longaker MT, and Carter DR. Sutural bone deposition rate and strain magnitude during cranial development. Bone, 34, 271–280, 2004.
3Fong KD, Warren SM, Loboa EG, Henderson JH, Fang TD, Cowan CM, Carter DR, and Longaker MT. Mechanical strain affects dura mater biological processes: implications for immature calvarial healing. Plast Reconstr Surg, 112, 1312–1327, 2003.
2Fong KD, Nacamuli RP, Loboa EG, Henderson JH, Fang TD, Song HM, Cowan CM, Warren SM, Carter DR, and Longaker MT. Equibiaxial tensile strain affects calvarial osteoblast biology. J Craniofac Surg, 14, 348–355, 2003.
1Henderson JH and Carter DR. Mechanical induction in limb morphogenesis: the role of growth-generated strains and pressures. Bone, 31, 645–653, 2002.