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Background

Regenerative medicine is a core area of focus in the IEDM institute. The IEDM will serve as a center of excellence by integrating High Performance Computing (HPC) with three core areas of regenerative biology:
  1. In silico biomaterial synthesis
  2. Organic and inorganic scaffolds
  3. Integration of stem cell biology with matrix biology
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The regenerative medicine core within the IEDM institute will serve to advance our knowledge in modeling and designing optimal biomaterials and scaffolds to support the microenvironment for self-assembly of cells for whole organ regeneration. The areas of application will focus on:
  1. Neurobiology
  2. Kidney & Genitourinary system
  3. Cardiovascular Disease.
  4. Bionic Spine Group
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We will focus on an approach that will involve generation of organs or organ components based on an understanding of embryonic development, mimicking the latter to the greatest extent possible.   A crucial component of this will involve the understanding and demonstrating the ability to recapitulate the interplay between cell differentiation and spatio-molecular signaling pathways. It is envisioned that the general approach will follow the paradigm: generation of induced pluripotent stem cells, reprogramming of such cells into the critical cellular components of a mature organ, bioreactor design for scale-up of cell production, scaffold generation, either de novo or on decellularized organs, and 3D bioprinting of cells to create the nascent organ. The technology thrust, integrative  analysis of multi-scale, multimodal imaging/sensor data will play a key enabling role in this research at almost every critical step as combined sophisticated imaging will allow investigators to gain experimental insights into spatial-molecular signaling, cell differentiation and cell migration and its recapitulation of embryonic organogenesis.   At Stony Brook University, we are uniquely situated to take build on existing expertise in computational biology, applied math, imaging, materials science, and stem cell biology to develop a solid foundation for this regenerative medicine component of the institute.

 

Faculty Contributors

Danny Bluestein, Biomedical Engineering

Shaoyu Ge, Neurobiology & Behavior

Dilip Gersappe Materials Science and  Chemical Engineering

Tahsin KurcBiomedical Informatics

Sandeep Mallipattu, Medicine

Benjamin Martin , Biochemistry & Cell Biology

Miriam Rafailovich , Materials Science and Chemical Engineering

 

 

David Rubenstein, Biomedical Engineering

Rina Tannenbaum Materials Science and  Chemical Engineering

Romeli Sandhu , Biomedical Informatics

Marcia Simon, Oral Biology and Pathology

Flaminia Talos, Urology/Pathology

Vincent Yang, Medicine