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A Generalizable Strategy for the 3D Printing of Hydrogels from Non-viscous Photocrosslinkable Inks. Advanced Materials, 2017, 29: 1604983. ABSL. Ouyang, C.B. Highley, W. Sun, J.A. Burdick

  • 3D Printing of Photocurable Poly(glycerol sebacate) Elastomers. Biofabrication, 2016, 8: 045004. ABSY.-C. Yeh*, C.B. Highley*, L. Ouyang, J.A. Burdick (* shared authorship)
  • 3D Printing of Shear-Thinning Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels with Secondary Crosslinking. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, 2016, 2: 1743-1751. ABSL. Ouyang*, C.B. Highley*, C.B. Rodell, W. Sun, J.A. Burdick (* shared authorship)
  • Recent Advances in Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 2016, 40: 35-40. ABSC.B. Highley, G.D. Prestwich, J.A. Burdick
  • Direct 3D printing of shear-thinning hydrogels into self-healing hydrogels. Advanced Materials, 2015, 27: 5075-5079. ABSC.B. Highley, C.B. Rodell, J.A. Burdick
First Name: 
Chris
Position: 
Assistant professor
Email: 
highley@virginia.edu
Computing ID: 
ch2qm
Phone: 
434-243-3045
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Related Researchers
Topical Area: 
Biomedicine
Research Interests: 

Research in our lab focuses on the design, application, and continued development of technology for building material and cellular systems that address biological, medical, and societal needs. We aim to design in vitro models of biological systems and to create cell and materials-based therapies to address injury and disease. A central focus of the lab's work is the use and development of biomanufacturing technology, including materials and hardware, to build constructs based on engineering principles.

Position 2: 
Biomedical and Chemical Engineering