Dr. Seth W. Donahue

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  Refereed Journal Articles Top
35 C. Healy, N. J. Mahony, M. E. McGee-Lawrence, S.W. Donahue, Lee T. C. Geometrical Adaptation of Long Bones, Allometry and Bone Mineral Density in an Aged Population. Journal of Anatomy 2012
34 L.R. Jones, H.L. Black, C.M. White, N.P. Johnston, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.W. Donahue, D.L. Eggett. Calcium storage mitigates the effects of calcium deficiency during egg production in Ring-necked Pheasants (Phasianus colchicus). The Auk35 2012
33 M.J. Barron, C.J. Tsai, J. Goldman, S.W. Donahue. Perfusion flow enhances the infiltration of osteoblasts and endothelial cells into 3D calcium phosphate scaffolds. 2012
32 S.K. Gray M. E. McGee-Lawrence, J. L. Sanders, K.W. Condon, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Black bear parathyroid hormone has greater anabolic effects on trabecular bone in dystrophin deficient mice than in wild type mice. Bone 2012
31 V.B. Fedorov, A.V. Goropashnaya, O. Tøien, N.C. Stewart, C. Chang, H. Wang, J. Yan, L.C. Showe, M.K. Showe, S.W. Donahue, B.M. Barnes. Preservation of bone mass and structure in hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus) through elevated expression of anabolic genes. Funct Integr Genomics 2012 Feb 18. [Epub ahead of print]. 2012
30 S.J. Wojda, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, R.A. Gridley, J. Auger, H.L. Black, S.W. Donahue. Yellow-bellied Marmots (Marmota flaviventris) preserve bone strength and microstructure during hibernation. Bone 2012, 50(1):182-8. 2012
29 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, D.M. Stoll, E.R. Mantila, B.K. Fahrner, H.V. Carey, S.W. Donahue. Thirteen-lined ground squirrels (Ictidomys tridecemlineatus) show microstructural bone loss during hibernation but preserve bone macrostructural geometry and strength. J Exp Biol 2011, 214(Pt 8):1240-7. 2011
28 M.J. Barron, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Mechanical stimulation mediates gene expression in MC3T3 osteoblastic cells differently in 2D and 3D environments. J Biomech Eng, 132(4):041005-1 -- 041005-6. 2010
27 L.R. Jones, H.R. Black, C.M. White, N.P. Johnston, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.W. Donahue, D.L. Eggett. Effects of Calcium-Loading on Egg Production in Ring-Necked Pheasants. Journal of Wildlife Management, 74(6): 1295-1300. 2010
26 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, L.N. Barlow, T.D. Drummer, A.B. Castillo, O. Kennedy, J. Auger, H.L. Black, O.L. Nelson, C.T. Robbins, S.W. Donahue. Grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) and black bears (Ursus americanus) prevent trabecular bone loss during disuse (hibernation). Bone, 45:1186-91. 2009
25 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, L.N. Barlow, T.D. Drummer, K. Bunnell, J. Auger, H.L. Black, S.W. Donahue. American Society of Biomechanics Pre-doctoral Young Scientist Award*: Six months of disuse during hibernation does not increase intracortical porosity or decrease cortical bone geometry, strength, or mineralization in black bear (Ursus americanus) femurs. J Biomech, 22;42(10):1378-83. 2009
24 C. Jungreuthmayer, S.W. Donahue, M.J. Jaasma, A.A. Al-Munajjed, J. Zanghellini, D.J. Kelly, F.J. O'Brien. A comparative study of shear stresses in collagen-glycosaminoglycan and calcium phosphate scaffolds in bone tissue-engineering bioreactors. Tissue Eng Part A, 15(5):1141-9. 2009
23 M.E. McGee, A.J. Maki, S.E. Johnson, O.L. Nelsen, C.T. Robbins, and S.W. Donahue. Decreased bone turnover with balanced resorption and formation prevent cortical bone loss during disuse (hibernation) in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). Bone, 42:396-404. 2008
22 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, H.V. Carey, S.W. Donahue. Mammalian hibernation as a model of disuse osteoporosis: the effects of physical inactivity on bone metabolism, structure, and strength. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 295(6):R1999-2014. 2008
21 M.E. McGee, D.L. Miller, J. Auger, H. L. Black, and S.W. Donahue. Black bear femoral geometry and cortical porosity are not adversely affected by aging despite annual periods of disuse (hibernation). Journal of Anatomy, 210: 160-169. 2007
20 M.E. McGee, K.W. Magic, D.L. Miller, A.J. Maki, and S.W. Donahue. Black bear femoral porosity decreases and mechanical properties increase with age despite annual periods of disuse (hibernation). Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 74:1942-1952. 2007
19 L. M. Godin, S. Suzuki, H. J. Donahue , C. R. Jacobs and, S.W. Donahue. Calcium fingerprints in bone cell mechanotransduction. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, 6(6):391-8. 2007
18 S.W. Donahue, S.A. Galley, M. R. Vaughan, P. Patterson-Buckendahl, L.M. Demers, and Josef L. Vance, M. E. McGee. Parathyroid hormone may maintain bone formation in hibernating black bears (ursus americanus) to prevent disuse osteoporosis. Journal of Experimental Biology, 209 (Pt 9):1630-1638. 2006
17 S.W. Donahue, M.E. McGee, K.B. Harvey, M.R. Vaughan, and C.T. Robbins. *American Society of Biomechanics Post-doctoral Young Scientist Award: Hibernating bears as a model for preventing disuse osteoporosis. Journal of Biomechanics, 39 (8):1480-1488. 2006
16 K.C. Baker, M.A. Anderson, S.A Oehlke, A.I. Aastachkina, D.C. Haikio, J. Drelich, S.W. Donahue. Growth, characterization and biocompatibility of bone-like calcium phosphate layers biomimetically deposited on metallic substrata. Materials Science and Engineering C, 26:1351-1360. 2006
15 S.W. Donahue and S. A. Galley. Microdamage in bone: implications for fracture, repair, remodeling, and adaptation. Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 34(3):215-71. 2006
14 S. A. Galley, D. J. Michalek, and S.W. Donahue. A fatigue microcrack alters fluid velocities in a computational model of interstitial fluid flow in cortical bone. Journal of Biomechanics, 39 (11): 2026-2033. 2006
13 K.B. Harvey and S.W. Donahue. The tensile strength of black bear (Ursus americanus) cortical bone is not compromised with aging despite annual periods of hibernation. Journal of Biomechanics, 38 (11): 2143-2150. 2005
12 J.L. Vance, S.A.Galley, D.F. Liu, and S.W. Donahue. Mechanical stimulation of MC3T3osteoblastic cells in a bone tissue engineering bioreactor enhances PGE2 release. Tissue Engineering, 11 (11/12): 1832-1839. 2005
11 K.B. Harvey and S.W. Donahue. Bending properties, porosity, and ash fraction of black bear (Ursus americanus) cortical bone are not compromised with aging despite annual periods of disuse. Journal of Biomechanics, 37 (10): 1513-1520. 2004
10 S. W. Donahue, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. Bone formation is not impaired by hibernation (disuse) in black bears (Ursus americanus). Journal of Experimental Biology, 206: 4233-4239, 2003. 2003
9 S.W. Donahue, M.R. Vaughan, L.M. Demers, and H.J. Donahue. Serum Markers of Bone Metabolism Show Bone Loss in Hibernating Bears. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 408: 295-301, 2003. 2003
8 S.W. Donahue, H.J. Donahue, and C.R. Jacobs. Osteoblastic cells have refractory periods for fluid flow induced intracellular calcium oscillations for short bouts of flow and display multiple low magnitude oscillations during long-term flow. Journal of Biomechanics, 36:35-43, 2003. 2003
7 S.W. Donahue, C.R. Jacobs, and H.J. Donahue. Flow-induced calcium oscillations in rat osteoblasts are age, loading frequency, and shear stress dependent. American Journal of Physiology: Cell Physiology, 281( 5): C1635-C1641, 2001. 2001
6 A.J. Hamel, S.W. Donahue, and N.A. Sharkey. Contributions of active and passive toe flexion to force distribution beneath the foot. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 393:236-334, 2001. 2001
5 S.W. Donahue, N.A. Sharkey , K.A. Modanlou, L.N. Sequeira, and R.B. Martin. Bone strain and microcracks at stress fracture sites in human metatarsals. Bone, 27(6):827-833, 2000. 2000
4 S.W. Donahue and N.A. Sharkey. Strains in the metatarsals during the stance phase of gait: implications for stress fractures. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 81-A (9):1236-1244, 1999. 1999
3 N.A. Sharkey, S.W. Donahue, and L Ferris. Biomechanical consequences of plantar fascial release or rupture during gait: Part 2. Alterations in forefoot loading. Foot and Ankle, 20(2):86-96, 1999. 1999
2 N.A. Sharkey, L. Ferris, and S.W. Donahue. Biomechanical consequences of plantar fascial release or rupture during gait: Part 1. Disruptions in longitudinal arch conformation. Foot and Ankle, 19(12):812-820, 1998. 1998
1 N.A. Sharkey, S.W. Donahue, T.S. Smith, B.K. Bay, and R.A. Marder. Patellar strain and patellofemoral contact after bone-patellar tendon-bone harvest for ACL reconstruction. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 78(3):256-63, 1997. 1997
 
  Non-Refereed Journal Articles / Chapters / Proceedings / Transactions Top
58 Seth W. Donahue, Meghan E. McGee, Rachel M. Bradford, Chung-Jui Tsai, Matthew P. Nelsen, and Kirsten Simoni. American black bear parathyroid hormone as therapy for osteoporosis. In: B.G. Lovegrove and A. E. McKechnie (eds.) Hypometabolism in animals: Hypometabolism in animals: hibernation, torpor, and cryobiology. University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg. 2008
57 S. W. Donahue. The role of muscular forces and fatigue in stress fractures. In: D. Burr and C. Milgrom (Eds.) Musculoskeletal Fatigue and Stress Fractures. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2001
56 S. K. Gray, D.R. Weyland, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, S.W. Donahue. Black bears with longer disuse (hibernation) periods have lower femoral osteon population density and greater mineralization. 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA. (Poster) 2012
55 S. K. Gray, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.W. Donahue.Osteogenic effects of black bear PTH (1-84) in a mouse model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. 58th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA. (Poster) 2012
54 S. K. Gray, M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, S.W. Donahue. Osteogenic effects of black bear PTH (1-84) in a mouse model of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. ASBMR 33rd Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. (Poster) 2011
53 R.M. Bradford, , P. Buckendahl, C. Gundberg, K. Henriksen, M.R. Vaughan, S.W. Donahue. Serum osteocalcin is negatively correlated to insulin and adiponectin in hibernating bears. ASBMR 32nd Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. (Poster) 2010
52 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, T. Botbyl, S.L. Wiseman, N. Okita, D. Pityk, S.W. Donahue. Relative in vivo anabolic effects of black bear PTH 1-84 compared to human PTH 1-84 in male mice. 56th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, New Orleans, LA. (Poster) 2010
51 R.M. Bradford, S. Gray, D. Heiden, K. Henriksen, C. Gundberg, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Bears May Maintain Bone Strength During Hibernation by Reducing Osteoblast Response to Apoptosis. Experimental Biology 2010. Anaheim, CA. (Poster) 2010
50 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, L.N. Barlow, A.B. Castillo, O. Kennedy, J. Auger, H.L. Black, O.L. Nelson, C.T. Robbins, S.W. Donahue. Grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) and black bears (Ursus americanus) prevent trabecular bone loss during disuse (hibernation). American Society of Mechanical Engineers Summer Bioengineering Conference. Lake Tahoe, CA: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (Poster) 2009
49 R.M. Bradford, D.M. Heiden, S.K. Gray, P.Buckendahl, M.R. Vaughan, C.J. Tsai, S.W. Donahue. Serum from hibernating bears exhibits increased osteocalcin and stimulates decreased apoptotic signaling in differentiating MC3T3-E1 osteoblasts. ASBMR 31st Annual Meeting. Denver, CO: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. (Poster) 2009
48 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.L. Wiseman, S.W. Donahue. Relative anti-apoptotic and osteogenic effects of bear PTH 1-34 compared to human PTH 1-34. ASBMR 31st Annual Meeting. Denver, CO: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. (Poster) 2009
47 M.E. McGee-Lawrence, S.J. Wojda, L.N. Barlow, T.D. Drummer, A.B. Castillo, O. Kennedy, K.W. Condon, J. Auger, H.L. Black, O.L. Nelson, C.T. Robbins, S.W. Donahue. Bears maintain balanced trabecular bone remodeling and prevent trabecular bone loss during disuse (hibernation). ASBMR 31st Annual Meeting. Denver, CO: American Society for Bone and Mineral Research; 2009. (Poster) 2009
46 S. W. Donahue, M. E. McGee, K. Simoni. Anabolic Activity of Black Bear PTH. International Bone & Mineral Society Davos Workshops: Bone Biology & Therapeutics. (Poster) 2008
45 M. E. McGee, L. N. Barlow, K. J. Simoni, S. J. Wojda, J. Auger, H. L. Black, and S.W. Donahue. Post-hibernation black bears (Ursus americanus) do not demonstrate cortical bone loss compared to pre-hibernation bears despite 6 months of disuse. 4th North American Congress on Biomechanics. Ann Arbor, MI: American Society of Biomechanics and Canadian Society for Biomechanics (Podium) 2008
44 C. Jungreuthmayer, N. A. Plunkett, M. J. Jaasma, S. W. Donahue, A. A. Al-Munajjed, D. J. Kelly, F. J. O'Brien. A comparative numerical 3D CFD study of two tissue engineering scaffolds subjected to fluid flow in a perfusion bioreactor. 16th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, Lucerne, Switzerland. Abstract published in Journal of Biomechanics 41(S1): S475. (Poster) 2008
43 S. W. Donahue, M. E. McGee, A. B. Castillo, A. Maki, L. Barlow,O. L. Nelson, C. T. Robbins. Hibernating grizzly bears prevent disuse osteoporosis. The 14th Annual Conference of the Section of Bioengineering, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland. (Podium) 2008
42 C. Jungreuthmayer, M.J. Jaasma, S.W. Donahue, A.A. Al-Munajjed, D.J. Kelly, F.J. O'Brien. A comparision of collagen-gag and calcium phospate scaffolds subjected to fluid flow in a flow perfusion bioreactor - a 3d numerical fluids dynamics study. The 14th Annual Conference of the Section of Bioengineering, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland. (Podium) 2008
41 M. E. McGee, S. A. Galley, M. P. Nelsen, C. J. Tsai, S. W. Donahue. Synthetic black bear (Ursus americanus) PTH 1-34 upregulates c-fos and decreases the ratio of Bax/Bcl-2 in MC-3T3 osteoblastic cells. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, CA. (Poster) 2007
40 M. E. McGee, K. W. Magic, D. L. Miller, S. W. Donahue. Secondary osteonal remodeling in black bear (Ursus americanus) tibiae. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, CA. (Poster) 2007
39 M. E. McGee, A. J. Maki, S. E. Johnson, O. L. Nelson, C. T. Robbins, S. W. Donahue. Decreased activation frequency of intracortical remodeling prevents bone loss during disuse (hibernation) in grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). 53rd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, CA. (Podium) 2007
38 M. E. McGee, A. J. Maki, A. B. Castillo, O. L. Nelson, C. T. Robbins, S. W. Donahue. Grizzly bears maintain cortical and trabecular bone mineral, structural, and mechanical properties during disuse (hibernation). American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, Blacksburg, VA, American Society of Biomechanics. (Poster) 2006
37 A. J. Maki, M. E. McGee, O. L. Nelson, C. T. Robbins, S. W. Donahue. Cortical bone remodeling decreases in hibernating grizzly bears to prevent disuse osteoporosis. American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, Blacksburg, VA, American Society of Biomechanics. (Podium) 2006
36 S.W. Donahue, S.A. Galley, M.R. Vaughan, P. Buckendahl, L.M. Demers, J.L. Vance, T.D. Drummer, and M.E. McGee. PTH may maintain bone formation in hibernating black bears (ursus americanus) to prevent disuse osteoporosis. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Podium) 2006
35 M.E. McGee, A.B. Castillo, O.L. Nelson, C.T. Robbins, S.W. Donahue. The effects of disuse (hibernation) on trabecular bone architecture and mineral density in grizzly bear (ursus arctos horribilis) femurs. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2006
34 M.E. McGee, D.L. Miller; A.J. Maki, J. Auger, H.L. Black, O.L. Nelson, C.T. Robbins, and S.W. Donahue. Cortical bone porosity, mechanical properties, and cross-sectional properties do not show loss during disuse (hibernation) or with age in grizzly and black bear femurs. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2006
33 L.M. Godin, L.R. McCabe, C. Tsai, and S.W. Donahue. The time course of shear stress induced changes in bone protein and transcription factor mrna levels in osteocyte-like MLO-Y4 cells. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Summer Bioengineering Conference. (Poster) 2005
32 M.E. McGee, H.L. Black, J. Auger, and S.W. Donahue. Cross-sectional and whole bone structural properties of bear femurs are not compromised by annual periods of disuse. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Summer Bioengineering Conference. (Poster) 2005
31 S.A. Galley, D.J. Michalek and S.W. Donahue. The presence of a fatigue microcrack alters the fluid flow profile in cortical bone: The effects of microcrack size and orientation. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Summer Bioengineering Conference. (Poster) 2005
30 K.C. Baker, M.A. Anderson, S.A Oehlke, A.I. Aastachkina, D.C. Haikio, J. Drelich, S.W. Donahue, N.S. Istephanous. Nucleation, growth, characterization and biocompatibility of biomimetic apatite layers formed on titanium alloy. 2005 Annual Meeting of the Minerals Metals and Materials Society. (Podium) 2005
29 J.L. Vance, S.A.Galley, and S.W. Donahue. Mechanical stimulation of MC3T3 osteoblastic cells in a bone tissue engineering bioreactor enhances PGE2 release. 51st Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2005
28 M. E. McGee, K. B. Harvey, and S.W. Donahue. Structural Properties of Black Bear (Ursus Americanus) Tibias Are Not Compromised by Annual Periods of Disuse. ASB Upper Midwest Student Regional Meeting. Minneapolis, MN: American Society of Biomechanics. (Podium) 2005
27 S. Suzuki, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Godin, and S. W. Donahue. Seasonal variation in black bear serum modulates mechanically induced calcium signaling in bone cells. ASB Upper Midwest Student Regional Meeting. Minneapolis, MN: American Society of Biomechanics. (Poster) 2005
26 L. M. Godin, S. Suzuki, and S.W.Donahue. Characterization of intracellular calcium oscillations in bone cells. ASB Upper Midwest Student Regional Meeting. Minneapolis, MN: American Society of Biomechanics. (Poster) 2005
25 M.E. McGee, K.B. Harvey, and S.W. Donahue. Whole bone bending properties of black bear tibias are not compromised by annual periods of disuse. 2004 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. (Poster) 2004
24 S.W. Donahue and K.B. Harvey. Bone strength is not compromised with aging in black bears (ursus americanus) despite annual periods of disuse (hibernation). 28 th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics. (Young Scientist Award podium) 2004
23 L. Bren, L. English, J. Fogarty, R. Policoro, A. Zsidi, J. Vance, J. Drelich, C.L. White, S. W. Donahue, N. Istephanous, and K. Rohly. Effect of surface characteristic of metallic biomaterials on their interaction with osteoblast cells. 7th World Biomaterials Congress (Poster) 2004
22 S.W. Donahue and K.B. Harvey. Bending properties, porosity, and ash fraction of cortical bone from black bear (ursus americanus) tibias are not compromised with aging despite annual periods of disuse. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2004
21 S.W. Donahue, J.L. Vance, M.R. Vaughan, E.R. Blough, and S.A.Galley. The effects of black bear (ursus americanus) serum on type I collagen and osteopontin mRNA expression and PGE2 release in MC-3T3 osteoblastic cells. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2004
20 S. A. Galley, D. J. Michalek, and S.W. Donahue. Fatigue microcracks increase fluid flow induced shear stress in the porous spaces of cortical bone. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2004
19 S. A. Galley, W. W. S. Wii, D. J. Michalek, and S.W. Donahue. Effects of fatigue microcracks on fluid flow in bone. Fifth International Bone Fluid Flow Workshop. (Poster) 2003
18 K.B. Harvey and S.W. Donahue. Analysis of bone histology, composition, and mechanical properties of black bear tibias in relation to disuse osteoporosis. 2003 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. (Poster) 2003
17 L. M. Godin, H. J. Donahue , C. R. Jacobs and, S.W. Donahue. Characteristics of intracellular calcium oscillations in osteoblastic cells during repetitive loading conditions. 2003 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference. (Poster) 2003
16 L. M. Godin, H. J. Donahue , C. R. Jacobs and, S.W. Donahue. Calcium Fingerprints in bone cell mechanotransduction. 49th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2003
15 J. M. Mroz, S.W. Donahue, and T. L. Haut Donahue. Increases in intracellular calcium due to oscillating fluid flow are shear stress dependent in meniscal cells. 49th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2003
14 S.W. Donahue, H. J. Donahue , and C. R. Jacobs. Refractory period for fluid flow induced calcium signaling in osteoblastic cells. 48th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2002
13 S.W. Donahue, H. J. Donahue , and C. R. Jacobs. Refractory Period for Fluid Flow Induced Intracellular Calcium Oscillations in Osteoblastic Cells. 2001 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. (Podium) 2001
12 S.W. Donahue, C. R. Jacobs, and H. J. Donahue. Mechanosensitivity of rat osteoblastic cells is a function of age, loading frequency, and shear stress. 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 2001
11 S.W. Donahue, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. Disuse osteopenia in hibernating bears. 31st International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. (Poster) 2001
10 S.W. Donahue, H. J. Donahue, and C. R. Jacobs. Temporal aspects of fluid flow induced calcium signaling in osteoblastic cells. 31st International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. (Poster) 2001
9 S.W. Donahue, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. Disuse osteopenia in hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus). 30th International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. (Poster) 2000
8 S.W. Donahue, C. R. Jacobs, and H. J. Donahue. Mechanosensitivity of rat osteoblastic cells decreases with age. 30th International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. (Poster/Podium) 2000
7 S.W. Donahue, H. J. Donahue, and C. R. Jacobs. Fluid flow induced intracellular calcium signaling is shear stress and frequency dependent in primary rat osteoblastic cells. 2000 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. (Poster) 2000
6 S.W. Donahue, N.A. Sharkey, and R. B. Martin. Microdamage accumulations at stress fracture sites in human metatarsals. 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics. (Poster) 1999
5 S.W. Donahue, N.A. Sharkey, and R. B. Martin. Bone strain and microdamage accumulations at stress fracture sites in human metatarsals. 29th International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. (Poster) 1999
4 S.W. Donahue and N.A. Sharkey. Diaphyseal strains in human metatarsal during the stance phase of gait: the influence of muscle fatigue and plantar fasciotomy. 44th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society. (Poster) 1998
3 S.W. Donahue, N.A. Sharkey, and R.B. Martin. Reproducing in situ metatarsal loading using engineering beam theory: a model for whole bone fatigue testing. The Third North American Congress on Biomechanics. (Poster) 1998
2 S.W. Donahue and N.A. Sharkey. Dynamic gait simulation: metatarsal loading during stance phase. 1998 Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society. (Podium) 1998
1 S.W. Donahue, N.A. Sharkey, and L. Ferris. Biomechanical consequences of plantar fasciotomy: Alterations in second metatarsal loading. 20th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics. (Podium) 1996
 

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