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Thank you for visiting the website for the lab of Prof. Kristyn S. Masters at the University of Wisconsin-Madison [http://www.wisc.edu]. Our research focuses upon characterizing the interactions between cells and biomaterials in order to create culture environments that are capable of controlling cell function. We investigate how changes in the cellular microenvironment regulate the behavior of cells, paying specific attention to how various microenvironmental cues influence whether cells assume a diseased phenotype. Through these investigations, we hope to not only define optimal material properties for tissue engineering applications, but also elucidate the mechanisms of many disease conditions that occur in vivo. Specific applications of our work range from developing engineered heart valve tissue for testing anti-calcific therapeutics to characterizing and predicting how dermal cells ‘decide’ what stimuli to follow during wound healing. More information about these projects and available research positions can be found on the Research page ([[Masters:Research]]).
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Thank you for visiting the website for the lab of Prof. Kristyn S. Masters at the [http://www.wisc.edu University of Wisconsin-Madison]. Our research focuses upon characterizing the interactions between cells and biomaterials in order to create culture environments that are capable of controlling cell function. We investigate how changes in the cellular microenvironment regulate the behavior of cells, paying specific attention to how various microenvironmental cues influence whether cells assume a diseased phenotype. Through these investigations, we hope to not only define optimal material properties for tissue engineering applications, but also elucidate the mechanisms of many disease conditions that occur in vivo. Specific applications of our work range from developing engineered heart valve tissue for testing anti-calcific therapeutics to characterizing and predicting how dermal cells ‘decide’ what stimuli to follow during wound healing. More information about these projects and available research positions can be found on the [[Masters:Research]] page.
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<p align="center"><em><u>Masters Lab Contact Info:</u><br />
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''Prof. Kristyn S. Masters<br />
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1550 Engineering Drive<br />
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3002 [http://map.wisc.edu Engineering Centers Building]<br />
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Madison, WI 53706<br />
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office phone: (608) 265-4052<br />
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lab phone: (609) 265-3963<br />
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fax: (608) 265-9239''

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Thank you for visiting the website for the lab of Prof. Kristyn S. Masters at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Our research focuses upon characterizing the interactions between cells and biomaterials in order to create culture environments that are capable of controlling cell function. We investigate how changes in the cellular microenvironment regulate the behavior of cells, paying specific attention to how various microenvironmental cues influence whether cells assume a diseased phenotype. Through these investigations, we hope to not only define optimal material properties for tissue engineering applications, but also elucidate the mechanisms of many disease conditions that occur in vivo. Specific applications of our work range from developing engineered heart valve tissue for testing anti-calcific therapeutics to characterizing and predicting how dermal cells ‘decide’ what stimuli to follow during wound healing. More information about these projects and available research positions can be found on the Masters:Research page.

Masters Lab Contact Info:
Prof. Kristyn S. Masters
1550 Engineering Drive
3002 Engineering Centers Building
Madison, WI 53706
office phone: (608) 265-4052
lab phone: (609) 265-3963
fax: (608) 265-9239

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