Bioprinting Breast Cancer In Situ to Study Cell Communication in Disease Progression

Claire Robertson | 18-ERD-062

Executive Summary

We will develop high-fidelity epithelial culture models of early stage, noninvasive human breast cancer, which will be used to understand malignant progression and to improve prediction of biological response to carcinogenic pathogens or chemical challenges.

Publications, Presentations, and Patents

Hynes, W., et al. 2020. "Fluid dynamics validated with bioprinted vascular beds predicts metastatic colonization." Science Advances. LLNL-JRNL-805139

Pepona, M., et al. 2020. "Investigating the interaction between circulating tumor cells and local hydrodynamics via experiment and simulations." Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering 13, 527-540. LLNL-JRNL-805606