Publications

2022
Organoid-on-a-Chip Model of Human ARPKD Reveals Mechanosensing Pathomechanisms for Drug Discovery
Ken Hiratsuka, Tomoya Miyoshi, Katharina T. Kroll, Navin R. Gupta, M.Todd Valerius, Thomas Ferrante, Michifumi Yamashita, Jennifer A. Lewis, and Ryuji Morizane. 9/21/2022. “Organoid-on-a-Chip Model of Human ARPKD Reveals Mechanosensing Pathomechanisms for Drug Discovery.” Science Advances. PDF
3D Proximal Tubule-on-Chip Model Derived from Kidney Organoids with Improved Drug Uptake
Jeffrey O. Aceves, Szilvia Heja, Kenichi Kobayashi, Sanlin S. Robinson, Tomoya Miyoshi, Takuya Matsumoto, Olivier J.M. Schäffers, Ryuji Morizane, and Jennifer A. Lewis. 9/2/2022. “3D Proximal Tubule-on-Chip Model Derived from Kidney Organoids with Improved Drug Uptake.” Scientific Reports. PDF
Programmed Shape-Morphing into Complex Target Shapes Using Architected Dielectric Elastomer Actuators
Ehsan Hajiesmaili, Natalie M. Larson, Jennifer A. Lewis, and David R. Clarke. 7/15/2022. “Programmed Shape-Morphing into Complex Target Shapes Using Architected Dielectric Elastomer Actuators.” Science Advances. PDF
Towards Enduring Autonomous Robots via Embodied Energy
Cameron A. Aubin, Benjamin Gorissen, Edoardo Milana, Philip R. Buskohl, Nathan Lazarus, Geoffrey A. Slipher, Christoph Keplinger, Josh Bongard, Fumiya Iida, Jennifer A. Lewis, and Robert F. Shepherd. 2/16/2022. “Towards Enduring Autonomous Robots via Embodied Energy.” Nature, 602, Pp. 393-403. PDF
Photoswitchable Covalent Adaptive Networks Based on Thiol-Ene Elastomers
Kezi Cheng, Alex Chortos, Jennifer A. Lewis, and David R. Clarke. 1/10/2022. “Photoswitchable Covalent Adaptive Networks Based on Thiol-Ene Elastomers.” ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. PDF
Hierarchically Porous Ceramics via Direct Writing of Preceramic Polymer-Triblock Copolymer Inks
John J. Bowen, Shahryar Mooraj, Jacob A. Goodman, Siyuan Peng, Dayton P. Street, Benito Roman-Manso, Emily C. Davidson, Kara L. Martin, Lisa M. Rueschhoff, Scott N. Schiffres, Wen Chen, Jennifer A. Lewis, and Matthew B. Dickerson. 2022. “Hierarchically Porous Ceramics via Direct Writing of Preceramic Polymer-Triblock Copolymer Inks.” Materials Today. PDF
Cell Stem Cell Journal cover, May 5th, 2020
Kayla J. Wolf, Jonathan D. Weiss, Sebastien G. M. Uzel, Mark A. Skylar-Scott, and Jennifer A. Lewis. 2022. “Biomanufacturing Human Tissues via Organ Building Blocks.” Cell Stem Cell. PDF
Biomimetic and Biologically Compliant Soft Architectures via 3D and 4D Assembly Methods - A Perspective
Jay M. Taylor, Haiwen Luan, Jennifer A. Lewis, John A. Rogers, Ralph G. Nuzzo, and Paul V. Braun. 2022. “Biomimetic and Biologically Compliant Soft Architectures via 3D and 4D Assembly Methods - A Perspective.” Advanced Materials. PDF
Kidney Organoids - A Pioneering Model for Kidney Diseases
Murat Tekguc, Ronald C. van Gaal, Sebastien G. M. Uzel, Navin Gupta, Leonardo V. Riella, Jennifer A. Lewis, and Ryuji Morizane. 2022. “Kidney Organoids - A Pioneering Model for Kidney Diseases.” Translational Research. PDF
Multimaterial Multinozzle Adaptive 3D Printing of Soft Materials
Sebastien G. M. Uzel, Robert D. Weeks, Michael Eriksson, Dimitri Kokkinis, and Jennifer A. Lewis. 2022. “Multimaterial Multinozzle Adaptive 3D Printing of Soft Materials.” Advanced Materials Technologies. PDF
Orthogonally Induced Differentiation of Stem Cells for the Programmatic Patterning of Vascularized Organoids and Bioprinted Tissues
Mark A. Skylar-Scott, Jeremy Y. Huang, Aric Lu, Alex H.M. Ng, Tomoya Duenki, Songlei Liu, Lucy L. Nam, Sarita Damaraju, George M. Church, and Jennifer A. Lewis. 2022. “Orthogonally Induced Differentiation of Stem Cells for the Programmatic Patterning of Vascularized Organoids and Bioprinted Tissues.” Nature Biomedical Engineering. PDF
Programming Cellular Alignment in Engineered Cardiac Tissue via Bioprinting Anisotropic Organ Building Blocks
John H. Ahrens, Sebastien G. M. Uzel, Mark Skylar-Scott, Mariana M. Mata, Aric Lu, Katharina T. Kroll, and Jennifer A. Lewis. 2022. “Programming Cellular Alignment in Engineered Cardiac Tissue via Bioprinting Anisotropic Organ Building Blocks.” Advanced Materials. PDF
2021
Architected Multimaterial Lattices with Thermally Programmable Mechanical Response
Jochen Mueller, Jennifer A. Lewis, and Katia Bertoldi. 2021. “Architected Multimaterial Lattices with Thermally Programmable Mechanical Response.” Advanced Functional Materials.Abstract
Architected materials typically maintain their properties throughout their
lifetime. However, there is growing interest in the design and fabrication of responsive materials with properties that adapt to their environment. Toward this goal, a versatile framework to realize thermally programmable lattice architectures capable of exhibiting a broader range of mechanical responses is reported. The lattices are composed of two polymeric materials with disparate glass transition temperatures, which are deterministically arranged via 3D printing. By tailoring the local composition and structure, architected lattices with tunable stiffness, Poisson’s ratio, and deformation modes controlled through changes in the thermal environment are generated. The platform yields lightweight polymer lattices with programmable composition, architecture, and mechanical response.
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Hierarchically Porous Ceramics via Direct Writing of Binary Colloidal Gel Foams
Benito Román-Manso, Joseph Muth, Lorna Gibson, Wolfgang Ruettinger, and Jennifer Lewis. 2021. “Hierarchically Porous Ceramics via Direct Writing of Binary Colloidal Gel Foams.” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 13. PDF
Innervated, Self‐Sensing Liquid Crystal Elastomer Actuators with Closed Loop Control
Arda Kotikian, Javier Morales, Aric Lu, Jochen Mueller, Zoey Davidson, John Boley, and Jennifer Lewis. 2021. “Innervated, Self‐Sensing Liquid Crystal Elastomer Actuators with Closed Loop Control.” Advanced Materials, 33, Pp. 2101814. PDF
A micromechanical-based model of stimulus responsive liquid crystal elastomers
Roberto Brighenti, Connor McMahan, Mattia Pancrazio Cosma, Arda Kotikian, Jennifer Lewis, and Chiara Daraio. 2021. “A micromechanical-based model of stimulus responsive liquid crystal elastomers.” International Journal of Solids and Structures, 219-220. PDF
The NIH Somatic Cell Genome Editing program
Krishanu Saha, Erik Sontheimer, P. Brooks, Melinda Dwinell, Charles Gersbach, David Liu, Stephen Murray, Shengdar Tsai, Ross Wilson, Daniel Anderson, Aravind Asokan, Jillian Banfield, Krystof Bankiewicz, Gang Bao, Jeff Bulte, Nenad Bursac, Jarryd Campbell, Daniel Carlson, Elliot Chaikof, and Jiangbing Zhou. 2021. “The NIH Somatic Cell Genome Editing program.” Nature, 592, Pp. 195-204. PDF
Printing Reconfigurable Bundles of Dielectric Elastomer Fibers
Alex Chortos, Jie Mao, Jochen Mueller, Ehsan Hajiesmaili, Jennifer A. Lewis, and David R. Clarke. 2021. “Printing Reconfigurable Bundles of Dielectric Elastomer Fibers.” Advanced Functional Materials, Pp. 1-10. PDF
2020
Effect of Luminal Flow on Doming of mpkCCD Cells in a 3D Perfusable Kidney Cortical Collecting Duct Model
Joshua Rein, Szilvia Heja, Daniel Flores, Rolando Carrisoza, Neil Lin, Kimberly Homan, Jennifer Lewis, and Lisa Satlin. 2020. “Effect of Luminal Flow on Doming of mpkCCD Cells in a 3D Perfusable Kidney Cortical Collecting Duct Model.” American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 319. PDF
An orthogonal differentiation platform for genomically programming stem cells, organoids, and bioprinted tissues
Mark Skylar-Scott, Jeremy Huang, Aric Lu, Alex Ng, Tomoya Duenki, Lucy Nam, Sarita Damaraju, George Church, and Jennifer Lewis. 2020. “An orthogonal differentiation platform for genomically programming stem cells, organoids, and bioprinted tissues”. PDF

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