Elise Corbin, Ph.D.
Ammon Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Innovation Center
590 Avenue 1743, Ste 421
Newark, DE 19713
- PhD Mechanical Engineering, 2013, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- MS Mechanical Engineering, 2009, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- BS Engineering Science, 2007, The Pennsylvania State University
- Cancer Diagnosis & Therapy
- Tissue & Regenerative Engineering
AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
Dr. Elise Corbin designs and fabricates versatile biomaterials and engineered 3D tissue models to explore the complex interaction of cells and tissues with their environment for applications in cardiovascular science and cancer. In particular, Dr. Corbin investigates the interactions between physical forces, rheological properties, and biochemical cues regulate virtually all aspects of cell physiology. Specifically, her work involves engineering dynamic microenvironments for control of mechanical stiffness and applied forces across the cardiac cycle.
For a complete publication list, check Dr. Corbin’s Google Scholar.
- Y-C Yeh, EA Corbin, SR Caliari, L Ouyang, SL Vega, R Truitt, L Han, KB Margulies, and JA Burdick. “Mechanically dynamic PDMS substrates to investigate changing cell environments.” Biomaterials. 2017;145:23-32.
- EA Corbin, OO Adeniba, and R Bashir. “Dynamic mechanical measurement of the viscoelasticity of single adherent cells.” Applied Physics Letters. 2016; 108:093701.
- EA Corbin, F Kong, CT Lim, WP King, and R Bashir. “Biophysical properties of human breast cancer cells measured using silicon MEMS resonators and atomic force microscopy.” Lab on a Chip. 2015;15:839-847.
- EA Corbin, BR Dorvel, LJ Millet, WP King, and R Bashir. “Micro-patterning of Mammalian Cells on Suspended MEMS Resonant Sensors for Long-Term Growth Measurements.” Lab on a Chip. 2014;14:1401-1404.
- EA Corbin, LJ Millet, JH Pikul, CL Johnson, JG Georgiadis, WP King, and R Bashir. “Micromechanical properties of hydrogels measured with MEMS resonant sensors.” Biomedical Microdevices, 2013;15:311-319