Julie Hasenwinkel

Julie Hasenwinkel
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs & Student Affairs
College of Engineering & Computer Science
Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering
Syracuse Biomaterials Institute

Address: 318 Bowne Hall
Phone: 315-443-3064
E-mail: jmhasenw@syr.edu

Lab website: http://hasenwinkel.syr.edu/

Research

Absorbable biopolymeric gels, two-solution bone cements, degradable polymers for tissue engineering applications, nerve and soft tissue regeneration, and surface modification.

Recent Publications

D.C. Rodrigues, J.L. Gilbert, J.M. Hasenwinkel, “Pseudoplasticity and setting properties of two-solution bone cement containing poly(methyl methacrylate) microspheres and nanospheres for kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty.” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part B. Applied Biomaterials. 2009 Apr 22 (ePub ahead of print).

T.A. Saxena T, J.L. Gilbert JL, J.M. Hasenwinkel, “A versatile mesoindentation system to evaluate the micromechanical properties of soft, hydraged substrates on a cellular scale.” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A. 2008 Aug 5 (ePub ahead of print).

M.J. Allen, K.A. Leone, J.E. Schoonmaker, J.M. Hasenwinkel, and J.L. Gilbert, “Tissue response to in-situ polymerization of a new two-solution bone cement: Evaluation in a sheep model,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B. Applied Biomaterials, 79(2):441-52, 2006.

T.W. Carone and J.M. Hasenwinkel, “Mechanical and morphological characterization of homogeneous and bi-layered poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) scaffolds for use in CNS regeneration,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B. Applied Biomaterials, 78(2):247-82, 2006.

I.K. Merkhan and J.M. Hasenwinkel, “Quantitative analysis of monomer vapor release from two-solution bone cement by using a novel FTIR technique,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B. Applied Biomaterials, 74(1):643-8, 2005.

J.B. Shim, S.J. Warner, J.M. Hasenwinkel, and J.L. Gilbert, “Analysis of the shelf-life of a two-solution bone cement,” Biomaterials, 26:4181-4187, 2005.

I.K. Merkhan, J.L. Gilbert, and J.M. Hasenwinkel, “Gentamicin release from two-solution and powder-liquid poly(methyl methacrylate)-based bone cements by using novel pH method,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 69A(3):577-583, 2004.

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