Educational Resources

Educational Resources2019-01-17T21:48:49+00:00

Click each heading to find a list of resources.

AR3T has a Mechanotransductive Core that has expertise in this area, with researchers who are available to provide consultations.

  1. NEW! Regenerative Rehabilitation: The Role of Mechanotransduction in Orthopaedic Regenerative Medicine 
  2. NEW! Soft Tissue Manipulation: A Powerful Form of Mechanotherapy
  3. NEW! Biomechanical Stimulus Based Strategies for Meniscus Tissue Engineering and Regeneration
  4. NEW! Enhanced Neural Stem Cell Functions in Conductive Annealed Carbon Nanofibrous Scaffolds with Electrical Stimulation
  5. NEW! A Guide for Using Mechanical Stimulation to Enhance Tissue-Engineered Articular Cartilage Properties
  6. Understanding Mechanobiology: Physical Therapists as a Force in Mechanotherapy and Musculoskeletal Regenerative Rehabilitation
  7. Mechanotransduction: Relevance to Physical Therapist Practice—Understanding Our Ability to Affect Genetic Expression Through Mechanical Forces
  8. Force Transmission in Epithelial Tissues
  9. Substrate Stiffness Controls Osteoblastic and Chondrocytic Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells without Exogenous Stimuli
  10. Mechanical and Vascular Cues Synergistically Enhance Osteogenesis in Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells
  11. Asymmetrical Seeding of MSCs into Fibrin–Poly(Ester-Urethane) Scaffolds and Its Effect on Mechanically Induced Chondrogenesis
  12. Gene Therapy for Inherited Muscle Diseases: Where Genetics Meets Rehabilitation Medicine
  13. Youtube video collection on Mechanobiology and Mechanotransduction
  14. Cell Mechanosensitivity to Extremely Low-Magnitude Signals is Enabled by a LINCed Nucleus
  15. Concise Review: Plasma and Nuclear Membranes Convey Mechanical Information to Regulate Mesenchymal Stem Cell Lineage
  16. The Nucleus is a Conserved Mechanosensation and Mechanoresponse Organelle
  17. Bone and Skeletal Muscle: Key Players in Mechanotransduction and Potential Overlapping Mechanisms
    1. NEW! Minimally Invasive Muscle Embedding (MIME) – A Novel Experimental Technique to Facilitate Donor-Cell-Mediated Myogenesis 
    2. NEW! Cytokine Networks in Immune-Mediated Muscle Regeneration
    3.  Concise Review: Musculoskeletal stem cells to treat age-related osteoporosis
    4. Mesenchymal Stem Cells: Identification, Phenotypic Characterization, Biological Properties and Potential for Regenerative Medicine through Biomaterial Micro-Engineering of Their Niche
    5. Youtube video collection on the topic of Regenerative Medicine
    6. Regenerative Medicine and Regenerative Rehabilitation Podcast collection
      1. Dr. Fabrisia Ambrosio -Regenerative Rehabilitation #97
      2. Dr. Tom Rando -muscle stem cell biology #111
      3. Dr. Steve Wolf  -Regenerative Rehabilitation and educating clinicians #112
      4. Dr. George Christ -musculoskeletal tissue engineering #115
      5. Dr. Michel Modo -stem cell therapy, neuroimaging and stroke #117
      6. Dr. Ravi Bellamkonda -nerve gap repair #121
      7. Dr. Jonathan Cheetham -TE for larynx, nasopharynx and trachea #124
      8. Dr. Linda Noble- Haeusslein -CNS injuries #129
      9. Dr. David Borton -spinal injuries and Regenerative Rehabilitation #133
      10. Patrick Cantini -muscle tissue engineering study #141
      11. Dr. Stephen Badylak –npj Regenerative Medicine #154
      12. Dr. Michael Boninger -Regenerative Rehabilitation #155
      13. Dr. Elisabeth Barton -skeletal muscle repair #158
      14. Dr. Rocky Tuan -musculoskeletal disorders #166
      15. Drs. Lorenzo Soletti and Bryan Brown -peripheral nerve repair #175
      16. Dr. Antonio D’Amore -artificial heart valves and cardiac patches #178
      17. Dr. Fatima Syed-Picard -craniofacial tissue engineering #179
      18. Dr. Stephen Badylak –Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine #182
  1. American Regenerative Rehabilitation and GenomicsAcademy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R)
  2. American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
  3. International Society for Stem Cell Research
  4. McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  5. Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network (MR3)
  7. RegMedNet: At RegMedNet we truly believe that regenerative medicine is going to revolutionize modern healthcare. The field comprises a multidisciplinary mix of experts, from regulators to manufacturers to researchers: RegMedNet is a networking site that unites all members of the diverse regenerative medicine community, enabling them to share the latest news, inspiration and insights, and connect and collaborate in order to help this exciting field move forward at an even faster rate.