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News & Annoucements


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News & Annoucements


updateswe are always striving to be better

news and announcements

  • Dr. Stout has been named the International Research Center for Translational Orthopaedics (IRCTO) International Coordinator. The IRCTO, with its headquarters in Suzhou, China is an agglomeration of 5 research groups, 17 professors from China as well as 9 research groups and 10 professors from overseas. You can read the full story on Biomedical Engineering Society's website here
  • Dr. Stout and Company publish in the Journal of Visualized Experiments explaining how to create a new planar gradient diffusion system. You can watch their video on how to create your very own system by following the link here.
    • Citation: Stout, D. A., Toyjanova, J., Franck, C. Planar Gradient Diffusion System to Investigate Chemotaxis in a 3D Collagen Matrix. J. Vis. Exp. (100), e52948, doi:10.3791/52948 (2015).
  • Dr. Stout recently publishes in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Mean deformation metrics for quantifying 3D cell–matrix interactions. You can read full article by following the link here
    • Citation: Stout, D.A., E. Bar-Kochba, J.B. Estrada, J. Toyjanova, H. Kesari, J.S. Reichner, and C. Franck. β€œMean deformation metrics for quantifying 3D cell-matrix interactions without requiring information about material properties." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016): (201510935).
  • Dr. Stout's research in condom design featured in MEL Magazine. You can read the full article by following the link here.
    • Article: Dean Sam. "Where No Man Has Come Before: Can the Galatic Cap take safe sex to infinty and beyond?" in MEL Magazine. July 22, 2016 Issue. (2016).
  • Dr. Stout and colleagues from the IRCTO featured and published in the Journal of Current Osteoporosis Reports. You can read the full article by following the link here
    • Citation: Wei D., J. Jung, H. Yang, D.A. Stout, and L. Yang, ``Nanotechnology Treatment Options for Osteoporosis and Its Corresponding Consequences.'' Current Osteoporosis Reports, (), 1-9, 2016. doi:10.1007/s11914-016-0324-1
  • Undergraduate Student Sang (Jennifer) Ngo was awarded the prestigious "Best Poster Award" at the 2016 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physical Sciences for her poster titled: "Novel Techniques of Changing Porosity in Three-Dimensional Printing Bone Structure and its Biocompatibility to Osteoblast Cells."
  • Undergraduate Student Sinem Ergen was invited to be a plenary presenter and the 2016 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physical Sciences for her research project titled: "Starch-Based 3D Scaffold for Cardiac Tissue Engineering."
  • Undergraduate Student Rodolfo Amezcua named the 2017 Outstanding Graduate for California State University, Long Beach. He was chosen from the award of over 11,000 graduates. You can read about Rodolfo and full article by following the link here
  • Dr. David Stout was named the College of Engineering's Most Valuable Professor (MVP) by California State University, Long Beach.   
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our lab in the media

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our lab in the media

Host Dave Kelly welcomes CSULB Assistant Professor David A. Stout in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at California State University, Long Beach, to talk about the frontiers of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. David A. Stout of CSULB Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers a glimpse into the future when humans will live to 150 years of age. Robots will do the hard work and cars will fly.

Dr. David A. Stout's Lab highlighted in CSULB's research channel.

 Dr. David A. Stout's research featured through the NIH funded BUILD Program

Some of LBBL at SACNAS 2016, featuring Jennifer Ngo's poster presentation.

Some of LBBL at SACNAS 2016, featuring Jennifer Ngo's poster presentation.

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Running


where is Dr. stout running next?

Running


where is Dr. stout running next?

With his time away from the lab, teaching, and expanding the minds of the next generation, Dr. Stout hits the pavement and runs as many marathons as his body will allow (15+ a year). Dr. Stout runs to support his research efforts to cure cancer, sepsis awareness, and stop the progress of cardiovascular disease. He hopes that by running he will motivate others to live a happy healthy life and give awareness to research support. You can follow his running adventures via Instagram at drdave26.2.