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Preprints and submitted papers
  1. JL Sumey, AM Harrell, PC Johnston, SR Caliari, “Serial passaging affects stromal cell mechanosensitivity on hyaluronic acid hydrogels,” bioRxiv, 532853 (2023).
Publications at UVA
  1. B Miller, W Wolfe, JL Gentry, MG Grewal, CB Highley, R De Vita, MH Vaughan*, SR Caliari*, “Supramolecular fibrous hydrogel augmentation of uterosacral ligament suspension for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse,” Advanced Healthcare Materials, (2023). bioRxiv preprint.
  2. JL Sumey, PC Johnston, AM Harrell, SR Caliari, “Hydrogel mechanics regulate fibroblast DNA methylation and chromatin condensation,” Biomaterials Science, 11: 2886-2897 (2023). bioRxiv preprint.
  3. BJ Miller, BK Jones, JS Turner, SR Caliari, MH Vaughan, “Development of a uterosacral ligament suspension rat model,” Journal of Visualized Experiments, 186: e64311 (2022).
  4. IM Basurto, SA Muhammad, GM Gardner, GJ Christ, SR Caliari, “Controlling scaffold conductivity and pore size to direct myogenic cell alignment and differentiation,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 110(10): 1681-1694 (2022).
  5. IM Basurto, JA Passipieri, GM Gardner, KK Smith, AR Amacher, AI Hansrisuk, GJ Christ*, SR Caliari*, “Photoreactive hydrogel stiffness influences volumetric muscle loss repair,” Tissue Engineering Part A, 28(7-8): 312-329 (2022). bioRxiv preprint.
  6. E Hui, JL Sumey, SR Caliari, “Click-functionalized hydrogel design for mechanobiology investigations,” Molecular Systems Design & Engineering, 6: 670-707 (2021).
  7. IM Basurto, MT Mora, GM Gardner, GJ Christ, SR Caliari, “Aligned and electrically conductive 3D collagen scaffolds for skeletal muscle tissue engineering,” Biomaterials Science, 9(11): 4040-4053 (2021). bioRxiv preprint.
  8. B Miller, A Hansrisuk, CB Highley, SR Caliari, “Guest-host supramolecular assembly of injectable hydrogel nanofibers for cell encapsulation,” ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 7(9): 4164-4174 (2021). bioRxiv preprint.
  9. E Hui, L Moretti, TH Barker, SR Caliari, “The combined influence of viscoelastic and adhesive cues on fibroblast spreading and focal adhesion organization,” Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, 14: 427-440 (2021). bioRxiv preprint.
  10. ML Grubb, SR Caliari, “Fabrication approaches for high-throughput and biomimetic disease modeling,” Acta Biomaterialia, 132: 52-82 (2021).
  11. DB Unal, SR Caliari*, KJ Lampe*, “3D hyaluronic acid hydrogels for modeling oligodendrocyte progenitor cell behavior as a function of matrix stiffness,” Biomacromolecules, 21(12): 4962-4971 (2020). bioRxiv preprint.
  12. E Hui, KI Gimeno, G Guan, SR Caliari, “Spatiotemporal control of viscoelasticity in phototunable hyaluronic acid hydrogels,” Biomacromolecules, 20(11): 4126-4134 (2019). bioRxiv preprint.
  13. DB Unal, SR Caliari, KJ Lampe, “Engineering biomaterial microenvironments to promote myelination in the central nervous system,” Brain Research Bulletin, 152: 159-174 (2019).
  14. JD Tang, SR Caliari, KJ Lampe, “Temperature-dependent complex coacervation of engineered elastin-like polypeptide and hyaluronic acid polyelectrolytes,” Biomacromolecules, 19(10): 3925-3935 (2018).
Publications prior to UVA
  1. Z Gong, SE Szczesny, SR Caliari, EE Charrier, O Chaudhuri, X Cao, Y Lin, RL Mauck, PA Janmey, JA Burdick, VB Shenoy, “Matching material and cellular timescales maximizes cell spreading on viscoelastic substrates,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(12): E2686-E2695 (2018).
  2. YC Yeh, EA Corbin, SR Caliari, L Ouyang, SL Vega, R Truitt, L Han, KB Marguiles, JA Burdick, “Mechanically dynamic PDMS substrates to investigate changing cell environments,”Biomaterials, 145: 23-32 (2017).
  3. BD Cosgrove, KL Mui, TP Driscoll, SR Caliari, KD Mehta, RK Assoian, JA Burdick, RL Mauck, “N-cadherin adhesive interactions modulate matrix mechanosensing and fate commitment of mesenchymal stem cells,” Nature Materials, 15(12): 1297-1306 (2016).
  4. SR Caliari*, SL Vega*, M Kwon, EM Soulas, JA Burdick, “Dimensionality and spreading influence MSC YAP/TAZ signaling in hydrogel environments,” Biomaterials, 103: 314-323 (2016).
  5. SR Caliari, JA Burdick, “A practical guide to hydrogels for cell culture,” Nature Methods, 13(5): 405-414 (2016).
  6. SR Caliari, M Perepelyuk, EM Soulas, GY Lee, RG Wells*, JA Burdick*, “Gradually softening hydrogels for modeling hepatic stellate cell behavior during fibrosis regression,” Integrative Biology, 8(6): 720-728 (2016).
  7. SR Caliari, M Perepelyuk, BD Cosgrove, SJ Tsai, GY Lee, RL Mauck, RG Wells, JA Burdick, “Stiffening hydrogels for investigating the dynamics of hepatic stellate cell mechanotransduction during myofibroblast activation,” Scientific Reports, 6: 21387 (2016).
  8. T Yokohama-Tamaki, K Otsu, H Harada, S Shibata, N Obara, K Irie, A Taniguchi, T Nagasawa, K Aoki, SR Caliari, DW Weisgerber, BAC Harley, “CXCR4/CXCL12 signaling impacts enamel progenitor cell proliferation and motility in the dental stem cell niche,” Cell and Tissue Research, 362(3): 633-642 (2015).
  9. SR Caliari, DW Weisgerber, WK Grier, Z Mahmassani, MD Boppart, BAC Harley, “Collagen scaffolds incorporating coincident gradations of instructive structural and biochemical cues for osteotendinous junction engineering,” Advanced Healthcare Materials, 4(6): 831-837 (2015).
  10. DW Weisgerber, SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Mineralized collagen scaffolds induce hMSC osteogenesis and matrix remodeling,” Biomaterials Science, 3(3): 533-542 (2015).
  11. SR Caliari, EA Gonnerman, WK Grier, DW Weisgerber, JM Banks, AJ Alsop, JS Lee, RC Bailey, BAC Harley, “Collagen scaffold arrays for combinatorial screening of biophysical and biochemical regulators of cell behavior,” Advanced Healthcare Materials, 4(1): 58-64 (2015).
  12. SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Collagen-GAG scaffold biophysical properties bias MSC lineage choice in the presence of mixed soluble signals,” Tissue Engineering Part A, 20(17-18): 2463-2472 (2014).
  13. SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Structural and biochemical modification of a collagen scaffold to selectively enhance MSC tenogenic, chondrogenic, and osteogenic differentiation,” Advanced Healthcare Materials, 3(7): 1086-1096 (2014).
  14. SR Caliari, LC Mozdzen, O Armitage, ML Oyen, BAC Harley, “Periodically-perforated core-shell collagen biomaterials balance cell infiltration, bioactivity, and mechanical properties,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 102(4): 917-927 (2014).
  15. DW Weisgerber, DO Kelkhoff, SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “The impact of discrete compartments of a multi-compartment collagen–GAG scaffold on overall construct biophysical properties,”Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 28: 26-36 (2013).
  16. SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Composite growth factor supplementation strategies to enhance tenocyte bioactivity in aligned collagen-GAG scaffolds,” Tissue Engineering Part A, 19(9-10): 1100-1112 (2013).
  17. DW Weisgerber, SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Synthesis of layered, graded bioscaffolds,” Structural Interfaces and Attachments in Biology, 351-371 (2013).
  18. SR Caliari, DW Weisgerber, MA Ramirez, DO Kelkhoff, BAC Harley, “The influence of collagen–glycosaminoglycan scaffold relative density and microstructural anisotropy on tenocyte bioactivity and transcriptomic stability,” Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 11: 27-40 (2012).
  19. SR Caliari, MA Ramirez, BAC Harley, “The development of collagen-GAG scaffold-membrane composites for tendon tissue engineering,” Biomaterials, 32(34): 8990-8998 (2011).
  20. SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “The effect of anisotropic collagen-GAG scaffolds and growth factor supplementation on tendon cell recruitment, alignment, and metabolic activity,” Biomaterials, 32(23): 5330-5340 (2011).
  21. SR Caliari, BAC Harley, “Collagen-GAG materials,” Comprehensive Biomaterials, 279-302 (2011).
  22. TA Martin*, SR Caliari*, PD Williford, BA Harley*, RC Bailey*, “The generation of biomolecular patterns in highly porous collagen-GAG scaffolds using direct photolithography,” Biomaterials, 32(16): 3949-3957 (2011).

* denotes equal author contribution