Our Publications


Stejskalová A & Almquist BD, “Using Biomaterials to Rewire the Process of Wound Repair” Biomaterials Science, In Press (2017).


Kiani MT, Higgins CA, Almquist BD, “The Hair Follicle: An Underutilized Source of Cells and Materials for Regenerative Medicine” ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, In Press (2017).


Pop MA & Almquist BD, “Biomaterials: A Potential Pathway to Healing Chronic Wounds?” Experimental Dermatology, In Press (2017).


Pop MA, Sun JB, Almquist BD, “Biomaterial-based systems for pharmacologic treatment of wound repair.” Book Chapter in Bioengineering in Wound Healing: A Systems Approach, World Scientific (2016)


Stejskalová A*, Kiani MT*, Almquist BD, “Programmable biomaterials for dynamic and responsive drug delivery.” Experimental Biology and Medicine, 241, 1127-1137 (2016). *Equal Contributions


Castleberry SA, Golberg A, Sharkh MA, Khan S, Almquist BD, Austen WG, Yarmush ML, Hammond PT, “Nanolayered siRNA Delivery Platforms for Local Silencing of CTGF Reduce Cutaneous Scar Contraction in Third-Degree Burns.” Biomaterials, 95, 22-34 (2016).


Castleberry SA, Almquist BD, Li W, Reis T, Chow J, Mayner S, Hammond PT, “Self-Assembled Wound Dressings Silence MMP-9 and Improve Diabetic Wound Healing In Vivo.” Advanced Materials, 28, 1809-1817 (2016).


Almquist BD, Castleberry SA*, Sun JB*, Lu AY, Hammond PT, “Combination Growth Factor Therapy via Electrostatically Assembled Wound Dressings Improves Diabetic Ulcer Healing In Vivo.” Advanced Healthcare Materials, 4, 2090-2099 (2015). *Equal Contributions


Almquist BD & Melosh NA, "Molecular Structure Influences the Stability of Membrane Penetrating Biointerfaces”, Nano Letters, 11(5) 2066-2070 (2011).


Almquist BD, Verma P, Cai W, & Melosh NA, “Nanoscale Patterning Controls Inorganic-Membrane Interface Structure”, Nanoscale, 3(2) 391-400 (2011).


Wong IY, Almquist BD, Melosh NA, “Dynamic Actuation using Nano-Bio Interfaces”, Materials Today, 13(6), 14-22 (2010).


Almquist BD & Melosh NA, “Fusion of Biomimetic Stealth Probes into Lipid Bilayer Cores”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 107(13), 5815-5820 (2010).

Top 50 Most-Read Article - April 2010, Highlighted in Materials Today, 13(5), pg. 11, 2010, Popular Science, and various international news sources.


Mager MD, Almquist B, Melosh NA, “Formation and Characterization of Fluid Lipid Bilayers on Alumina”, Langmuir, 24(22), 12734 (2008).

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