stem cells in their environment

team >

mukul tewary

nationality

Canadian

role

Research Associate

qualifications

•  BASC (Electrical Engineering)

•  MSC (Physics)

•  PhD Candidate (Biomedical Engineering)

research project title

'Developing a high-throughput micropatterning platfrom'

core expertise

•  Micro-fabrication

•  Human ES Cells

•  Biomedical Engineering

publications

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•  'A stepwise model of Reaction-Diffusion and Positional-Information governs self-organized human peri-gastrulation-like patterning' Tewary, M., Ostblom, J., Prochazka, L., Zulueta-Coarasa, T., Shakiba, N., Fernandez-Gonzalez F., Zandstra, P. Development. November 2017

•  'Mechanics-guided developmental fate patterning' Tewary, M., Zandstra, P. Nature Materials. July 2018 571-572.

•  'Stem cell bioengineering: building on stem cell biology' Tewary, M.*, Shakiba, N.*, Zandstra, P., Nature Reviews Genetics. August 2018. * Authors contributed equally.

•  'High-throughput micro-patterning platform reveals Nodal-dependent dissection of peri-gastrulation-associated versus pre-neurulation associated fate patterning' Tewary, M., Dziedzicka, D., Ostblom, J., Prochazka, L., Shakiba, N., Woodford, C., Rahman, N., Piccinini, E., Danovi, D., Geens, M., Watt., F.M., Zandstra, P.W. (Under review)

•  'Engineering the hemogenic niche mitigates endogenous inhibitory signals and controls pluripotent stem cell-derived blood emergence' Rahman, N., Brauer, P.M., Ho L., Usenko T., Tewary, M., Zuniga-Pfluker, J.C., Zandstra, P., Nature Communications. May 2017, p.15380

•  'ContextExplorer: Analysis of spatially dependent protein expression in high-throughput screens' Ostblom, J., Nazareth, N., Tewary, M., Zandstra, P. BioRxiv (Under review)

•  'Engineering the hemogenic niche mitigates endogenous inhibitory signals and controls pluripotent stem cell-derived blood emergence.' Rahman, N., Brauer, P.M., Ho L., Usenko T., Tewary, M., Zuniga-Pfluker, J.C., Zandstra, P., Nature Communications. 2017 May 25