Schmidtke, David W.
David Schmidtke serves as a professor in the Department of Bioengineering. He also serves on the faculty of the Texas Biomedical Device Center. Dr. Schmidtke's research interests include:
- Cell adhesion
- and Micro/Nanofabrication
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The Effect of Microfluidic Geometry on Myoblast Migration In vitro systems comprised of wells interconnected by microchannels have emerged as a platform for the study of cell migration or multicellular models. In the present study, we systematically evaluated the effect of ...
Functional Cargo Delivery into Mouse and Human Fibroblasts Using a Versatile Microfluidic Device Efficient intracellular cargo delivery is a key hurdle for the translation of many emerging stem cell and cellular reprogramming therapies. Recently, a microfluidic-based device constructed from silicon was shown to transduce ...
Constricted Microfluidic Devices to Study the Effects of Transient High Shear Exposure on Platelets (Amer Inst Physics, 2018-10-01)Due to the critical roles that platelets play in thrombosis during many biological and pathological events, altered platelet function may be a key contributor to altered hemostasis, leading to both thrombotic and hemorrhagic ...