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William Richardson, PhD

Will RichardsonAssistant Professor
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University 2012

Research Interests:
Cell-Matrix remodeling
Computational models

Office 401-3 Rhodes Engineering Research Center
Phone 864-656-6576

Systems Mechanobiology Lab

Cell & Matrix Systems Mechanobiology

Matrix Mechanobiology
Role of mechanics in cardiac fibrosis
Role of mechanics in tendon repair
Role of mechanics in wound healing

Fibroblast Mechanotransduction
Crosstalk between mechanical and chemical signaling
Therapeutic manipulation of mechanotransduction
Novel cell-stretching devices

Computational Modeling of Cell-Matrix Interactions
Model-based precision medicine
Network models of matrix turnover
Agent-based models of matrix remodeling
Finite-element models of tissue mechanics