Juan Pablo Acevedo Cox

Investigador de la Facultad de Medicina y Director del Programa de Ingeniería de Tejidos de Cells for Cells (C4C)

Títulos o grados académicos

• Licenciado en Biología, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile

• PhD en Ingeniería Química, Universidad de Chile, 2008, Chile

 

Carreras Asociadas

Cursos o Cátedras que imparte

Troncal 1, Troncal 2

Publicaciones

  • An advanced biphasic porous and injectable scaffold displays a fine balance between mechanical strength and remodeling capabilities essential for cartilage regeneration

  • Caveolin-1-dependent tenascin C inclusion in extracellular vesicles is required to promote breast cancer cell malignancy

  • Understanding the Molecular Conformation and Viscoelasticity of Low Sol-Gel Transition Temperature Gelatin Methacryloyl Suspensions

  • A Psychrophilic GelMA

  • Single cell migration profiling on a microenvironmentally tunable hydrogel microstructure device that enables stem cell potency evaluation

Proyectos de investigación

  • Fabricación de Estructuras 3D complejas utilizando nuevas técnicas de deposición de materiales y múltiples biomateriales

  • Nueva formulación de biotinta para impresión 3D de alta resolución con la tecnología Polyjet

  • Center of Interventional Medicine for Precision and Advanced Cellular Therapy (IMPACT)

Apariciones en Medios

  • Researcher from University of los Andes Provides Details of New Studies and Findings in the Area of Nanobubbles (NanoBubble-Mediated Oxygenation: Elucidating the Underlying Molecular Mechanisms in Hypoxia and Mitochondrial-Related Pathologies)

  • Studies from University of Los Andes Further Understanding of CDC and FDA (Business Advisory Services and Innovation During Crises: Evidence From Small Businesses In Chile)

  • US Patent Issued to UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES, CELLS FOR CELLS on Jan. 31 for "Gelatin polymer derived from natural sources of cold-adapted marine species and uses thereof" (Chilean Inventors)