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CP PI and Institution Title Funding source
CP03 James Dennis, Baylor College of Medicine TE cartilage damage under compression and sliding shear Baylor College of Medicine, Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery Startup
CP05 Chul-Won Ha, Samsung Medical Center, Sung Kyun Kwan University School of Medicine In vitro and in vivo characterization of chondrogenic differentiation of MSCs derived from novel sources Ministry of Health & Welfare, Republic of Korea
CP07 Gerjo van Osch, Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam Developing new strategies to obtain a purified population of chondroprogenitor cells for cartilage reconstruction. Innovational Research Incentives Scheme Veni, Innovational Research Incentives Scheme Veni,Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
CP10 Pete Alexander / Rocky Tuan, University of Pittsburgh Bioreactor system to develop organotypic models of joint US EPA STAR
CP15 Ivan Martin, Universität Basel Analyzing RNAseq data and pathway analysis to determine the best method to differentiate nasal chondrocytes into articular cartilage European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
CP18 Tom Hostetter, University of North Carolina Mechanism for compensatory renal growth Department Funds
CP19 Michael West, Biotime, Inc High-throughput transcriptome profiling of human articular cartilage and MSC-derived cartilage Corporate Funds
CP20 Roberto Narcisi, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam Manipulation of the expression of a transcription factor during chondrogenic induction Reumafonds
CP22 Rhima Coleman, University of Michigan Synthetic gene circuit to improve production of cartilage structural macromolecules by chondrocytes derived from hMSCs for cartilage regeneration NIH/NIAMS
CP23 Aijun Wang, University of California, Davis Fetal treatment of birth defects using tissue engineering approaches. CIRM
CP24 Paul Gatenholm, Chalmers University 3D bioprinting of human chondrocytes Swedish Research Council
CP25 Riccardo Gottardi, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Bioreactor system for mechanical conditioning of cartilage tissues Startup funds
CP26 Alexander Revzin, Mayo Clinic Microsystems for shaping stem cell fate selections NIH/NIDDK
CP27 Andrew Rollins, Case Western Reserve University Ex vivo measurement of biaxial strain distribution in articular cartilage with optical coherence tomography NIH/NEI
CP28 Tony Mikos, Rice University Evaluation of the effect of 3D-printed scaffold pore size and ceramic composition on the differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells NIH/NIBIB
CP29 Rhima Coleman, University of Michigan -omic Signatures of MSC-derived chondrocytes with high and low chondrogenic potential NIH/NIAMS
CP30 Rhima Coleman, University of Michigan To develop new strategies to inhibit Runx2 expression to enhance chondrogenesis NIH/NIAMS