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Dr. Mark Ungrin
Dr. Mark Ungrin is an associate professor and faculty member in the Department of Comparative Biology and Experimental Medicine in UCalgary's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The central theme of his research program is the assembly of cells into tissues and organs, particularly at the sub-millimetre scale. His underlying philosophy is to identify areas where research is limited by available technology, develop the necessary tools and techniques, and then apply them to pursue important research questions that would not otherwise be accessible.
- Aggregate Size Optimization in Microwells for Suspension-based Cardiac Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
- A Simple and Low-Cost Monitoring System to Investigate Environmental Conditions in a Biological Research Laboratory
- The microwell-mesh: A novel device and protocol for the high throughput manufacturing of cartilage microtissues
- Human islet function following 20 years of cryogenic biobanking