User:Casey J. Ankeny
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- Casey J. Ankeny
- Arizona State University
- 501 E Tyler Mall
- Room 334
- Tempe, Arizona 85287-9709
- Email me through OpenWetWare
- 2012, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
- 2006, BS, University of Virginia
- Co-teaching "Biomaterials" and "Introduction to Biomedical Engineering"
- Teaching "Statistics for Biomedical Engineers" and "Transport Phenomena"
- Implementing cyber-based student engagement techniques in the engineering classroom.
- Holliday, C. J., R. F. Ankeny, H. Jo, and R. M. Nerem, “Discovery of Shear- and Side-dependent miRNAs and mRNAs in Human Aortic Valvular Endothelial Cells”, AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2011. (Podcast on article available on http://ajpheart.physiology.org/; August 17, 2011)
- Ankeny, R.F.*, C. J. Ankeny*, H. Jo, and R. M. Nerem, “Maturing EPCs into Endothelial Cells: May the Force be with the EPCs”, AJP-Cell Physiology, 2012. *Co- first authors
- A. Carberry, S. Krause, C.J. Ankeny, and C. Waters. “Unmuddying Course Content Using Muddiest Point Reflections”. Frontiers in Engineering, 2013.
- Hong, M., R. F. Ankeny, C.J. Ankeny, R. M. Nerem, and G. Khang. “Influence of MSCs on the Response of ECs to Laminar flow and Shear stress”. Cells Tissues Organs, under review.
- Sánchez-Palencia, D., S. Rathan, C. J. Ankeny, R. Fogg, J. C. Briceño, and A. P. Yoganathan. “Mechanotransduction in Small Intestinal Submucosa Scaffolds: Fabrication Parameters Modulate the Shear-Induced Expression of PECAM-1 and eNOS”. Tissue Engineering Part A, in preparation.