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Thomas E. Angelini

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Assistant Professor

Local Address: GAINESVILLE, Florida, United States
University of Florida
PO Box 117168
Gainesville, Florida 32611
United States

Company Description: The University of Florida is one of the nation's largest public universities. A member of the Association of American Universities, UF receives more than $550...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
    SEAS
7 Total References
Web References
Extracellular matrix identified as key to spreading in biofilms. | Medicinezine.com - Reviews and articles in Wellness & Lifestyle, Child & Teen Health, Women’s Health, Men's Health, Mental Health, Natural Medicine, Drugs and Medication, Sexual Health.
medicinezine.com, 24 Jan 2012 [cached]
Seminara, Brenner, and Weitz worked with Thomas Angelini, an assistant professor at the University of Florida and a former member of the Weitz lab; James Wilking, a SEAS research associate in applied chemistry; Senan Ebrahim '12, an undergraduate at Harvard; and Kolter and Hera Vlamakisof Harvard Medical School.
"The implications for biological ...
www.eurekalert.org, 19 Feb 2011 [cached]
"The implications for biological processes are very surprising," says lead author Thomas E. Angelini, formerly a postdoctoral researcher at SEAS and now an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida.
"Imagine a model wound in which a large group of cells are removed from the middle of a confluent layer," he says.
Science Centric | News | Applied physicists discover that migrating cells flow like glass
www.sciencecentric.com, 22 Feb 2011 [cached]
'The implications for biological processes are very surprising,' says lead author Thomas E. Angelini, formerly a postdoctoral researcher at SEAS and now an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida.
'Imagine a model wound in which a large group of cells are removed from the middle of a confluent layer,' he says. 'Cells will migrate inward to fill the void.
Advances in the understanding of research led by Harvard wound healing, cancer metastasis, and embryonic development « Health News At AcianTechnologies.com
aciantechnologies.com [cached]
The implications for biological processes are very surprising, said the lead author, Thomas E. Angelini, a former postdoctoral researcher at SEAS and now an assistant professor at the University of Florida.
Seminara, Brenner, and Weitz worked with ...
www.terradaily.com, 26 Jan 2012 [cached]
Seminara, Brenner, and Weitz worked with Thomas Angelini, an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida and a former member of the Weitz lab; James Wilking, a SEAS research associate in applied chemistry; Senan Ebrahim '12, an undergraduate at Harvard; and Hera Vlamakis and Roberto Kolter of Harvard Medical School.
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