Brian’s paper on GelMA-Cad is published in ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering
Brian’s paper describes a new bioinstructive hydrogel we call GelMA-Cad. Not only is it easily patterned, but it promotes survival and maturation of iPSC-derived neurons, and facilities their assembly into synaptically connected networks. This is the latest result from our extensive collaborative efforts with the Lippmann lab, where Brian is now a postdoc. Check out the paper here!