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#Paper1 Song J, Chen J, Klapperich CM, Eng V, and Bertozzi CR. Functional glass slides for in vitro evaluation of interactions between bone cells and mineral-binding surfaces. J. Mater. Chem. 2004 , 14, 2643-2648 .
 
#Paper1 Chen JC and Carter DR. Important concepts of mechanical regulation of bone formation and growth. Current Opinion in Orthopedics 2005 Oct; 16(5) 338-345.
 
#Paper1 Chen JC and Carter DR. Important concepts of mechanical regulation of bone formation and growth. Current Opinion in Orthopedics 2005 Oct; 16(5) 338-345.
 
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Revision as of 09:49, 27 September 2010

Contact Info

Julia C. Chen (an artistic interpretation)

Education

  • 2010, PhD, Stanford University
  • 2006, MS, Stanford University
  • 2004, BS, University of California, Berkeley

Research interests

  1. bones
  2. mechanotransduction
  3. biomechanics

Publications

  1. Chen JC and Carter DR. Important concepts of mechanical regulation of bone formation and growth. Current Opinion in Orthopedics 2005 Oct; 16(5) 338-345.

    [Paper1]
  2. Song J, Chen J, Klapperich CM, Eng V, and Bertozzi CR. Functional glass slides for in vitro evaluation of interactions between bone cells and mineral-binding surfaces. J. Mater. Chem. 2004 , 14, 2643-2648 .

    [Paper1]
  3. Chen JC, Zhao B, Longaker MT, Helms JA, and Carter DR. Periosteal biaxial residual strains correlate with bone specific growth rates in chick embryos. Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin. 2008 Oct;11(5):453-61. DOI:10.1080/10255840802129817 | PubMed ID:18608339 | HubMed [Paper2]
  4. Chen JC, Beaupré GS, and Carter DR. An approach to quantifying bone overloading and hypertrophy with applications to multiple experimental studies. Bone. 2010 Feb;46(2):322-9. DOI:10.1016/j.bone.2009.09.030 | PubMed ID:19800044 | HubMed [Paper3]

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