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Mechanical engineer studies flow of blood vessels related to diabetes and resulting heart disease

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 image showing cells responding to stress from various blood flows

These images show endothelial cell alignment in response to shear stress on native and glycated collagen coated susbtrates. Phase contrast and fluorescent (red: actin; blue: nucleii) images.

Credit: Alisa Morss Clyne, Drexel University


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Alisa Clyne

Alisa Clyne wants to understand the biomechanics behind diabetes and resulting heart disease.

Credit: Alisa Morss Clyne, Drexel University


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