Welcome to the Cellular Engineering and Mechanobiology lab (CEMLab) at Colorado State University. We are a groups of scientist engineers who enjoy spending our time asking important and exciting questions on how cells and intracellular components coordinate with environmental cues to regenerate tissues. We have a specific focus on the dynamics of cell nucleus, its chromatin architecture and epigenetic mechanisms. To answer those questions we use the concepts of mechanics at multiple scales, developmental biology, aging and any other scientific paradigm that we need. Our research culture is question driven, not technique driven. However, we regularly use the techniques such as mechanical characterization, microscopy, quantitative imaging, molecular biology, genetic manipulation, and biophysical modeling to answer those questions. We are located at the Translational Medicine Institute at the south campus of the University which is strategically established to have access to state of the art facility for pursuing cutting edge biomedical research.
This website is under construction, and we are working to make it nicer in near future, but for the time being you can click on each link below to know more about us.
Lab group : Summer 2019