Tyler Gibson

Education:

Degree: PhD in BME, 2015

Advisor: Charles Gersbach, Lingchong You

Research Project: Regulation of Myogenin Activation during Skeletal Muscle Differentiation and Reprogramming

Research Interests:

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Gibson, T. M. and C. A. Gersbach (2013). "The role of single-cell analyses in understanding cell lineage commitment." Biotechnology Journal 8(4): 397-407.
  2. Goktas, S., A. M. Matsuka, N. Pierre, T. M. Gibson, J. J. Dmytryk, and P.S. McFetridge (2013). "Decellularization method influences early remodeling of an allogenic tissue scaffold." J Biomed Mater Res Part A 2014: 102A: 8-16.

 

POSTERS

  1. Kewaunee, 2011-2014

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

  1. Gibson, T. M.  and C. A. Gersbach. "Single-Cell Analysis of Myogenic Differentiation and Reprogramming." Annual meeting of the American Society for Gene and Cell Therapy, May 2014.
  2. Gibson, T. M. and C. A. Gersbach, "Single-Cell Dynamics of Induced Linage Commitment." National meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, October 2012. 
  3. Gibson, T. M. and C. A. Gersbach. "Single-Cell Dynamics of Lineage Commitment." The Society for Biological Engineering's 3rd International Conference on Stem Cell Engineering, May 2012. 
  4. Gibson, T. M. and C. A. Gersbach. "Heterogeneity in induced lineage commitment: A Single-Cell Perspective." National meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, October 2011. 

 

AWARDS

  1. Junior graduate student poster award, Kewaunee 2011.