Fitzsimmons Ross EB, Aquilino Mark S., Quigley Jasmine, Chebotarev Oleg, Tarlan Farhang, Simmons Craig A. Generating vascular channels within hydrogel constructs using an economical open-source 3D bioprinter and thermoreversible gels. Bioprinting: 2018; 9:7-18 | ScienceDirect
Aleks and his “tissue-on-a-chip” microfluidic platform are featured in a story on the Techno incubator program at the University of Toronto.
|Alex was awarded a Heffernan Commercialization Fellowship, a program that awards promising inventors with $32,000 to develop their products into viable businesses. More details about the fellowship are available here.|
MacQueen L, Chebotarev O, Simmons CA#, Sun Y#. Miniaturized platform with on-chip strain sensors for compression testing of arrayed materials. Lab Chip, 2012;12:4178-84.| PubMed
Congratulations to Aleks, Haijiao, and Richard, who were awarded Barbara and Frank Milligan Fellowships from the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering for 2011/12.
Congratulations to Aleks and Jenna who were awarded scholarships from the NSERC CREATE Program in Microfluidic Applications and Training in Cardiovascular Health (MATCH).
Congratulations to Aleks, who won the Young Investigator Award at the 2011 MIE Research Symposium for his talk on “The mechanical properties of diseased aortic valve tissue”.
Congratulations to Aleks who was awarded an NSERC CREATE Program in Microfluidic Applications and Training in Cardiovascular Health (MATCH) Scholarship for 2010-11.