Dr. Gallant was recognized with an Outstanding Faculty Award by USF President Judy Genshaft.
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“Quantitative assays for measuring cell adhesion and motility” by Nathan D. Gallant was published in Characterization of Biomaterials (Jaffe, Willis Hammond, Tolias, and Arinzeh, eds.).
The Gallant Lab was awarded a Pilot Project grant from the NIH National Cancer Institute Physical Sciences-Oncology Center on The Physical Microenvironment in Cancer Biology and Therapy to study tumor microenvironmental regulation of cell adhesion strength in collaboration with researchers at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center.
Surface modification of acoustic wave biosensors for enhanced specificity was accepted for publication in Sensors.
Dr. Gallant presented an invited keynote presentation in the Polymeric Materials and Surfaces for Cell Differentiation Symposium at the 244th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in Philadelphia.
Dr. Gallant was recognized at the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)-Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine (SPRBM) Conference on Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering with a “Rising Star Award”. He was invited to present the lab’s work on Regulation of Adhesion Strength by Cell Shape and Focal Adhesion Position in a special session.
Regulation of cell adhesion strength by peripheral focal adhesion distribution has been accepted for publication in Biophysical Journal.
Dr. Gallant received the NSF CAREER Award to investigate combinatorial biomaterials for mechanobiology.