Krista Durney, Ph.D.

2005-2011 The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, NY 
 2012-2018 Biomedical Engineering Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Chen D, Wu JY, Kennedy KM, et al. (2020) Tissue engineered autologous cartilage-bone grafts for temporomandibular joint regeneration. Science Translational Medicine. 12
Durney KM, Shaeffer CA, Zimmerman BK, et al. (2020) Immature bovine cartilage wear by fatigue failure and delamination. Journal of Biomechanics. 107: 109852
Durney K, Sharifi Kia D, Wang T, et al. (2018) Physiologic Medium Maintains the Homeostasis of Immature Bovine Articular Cartilage Explants in Long-Term Culture. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering
Nims RJ, Cigan AD, Durney KM, et al. (2017) Constrained cage culture improves engineered cartilage functional properties by enhancing collagen network stability. Tissue Engineering. Part A
Cigan AD, Durney KM, Nims RJ, et al. (2016) Nutrient Channels Aid the Growth of Articular Surface-Sized Engineered Cartilage Constructs. Tissue Engineering. Part A
Nims RJ, Durney KM, Cigan AD, et al. (2016) Continuum theory of fibrous tissue damage mechanics using bond kinetics: application to cartilage tissue engineering. Interface Focus. 6: 20150063
Wang C, Durney KM, Fomovsky G, et al. (2016) Quantitative Raman characterization of cross-linked collagen thin films as a model system for diagnosing early osteoarthritis Proceedings of Spie. 9704: 970415
Nims RJ, Durney KM, Cigan AD, et al. (2016) Continuum theory of fibrous tissue damage mechanics using bond kinetics: Application to cartilage tissue engineering Interface Focus. 6
Albro MB, Nims RJ, Durney KM, et al. (2015) Heterogeneous engineered cartilage growth results from gradients of media-supplemented active TGF-β and is ameliorated by the alternative supplementation of latent TGF-β. Biomaterials. 77: 173-185
Jones BK, Durney KM, Hung CT, et al. (2015) The friction coefficient of shoulder joints remains remarkably low over 24h of loading. Journal of Biomechanics
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