TM3 is investigating the deformation behavior of native cranial soft tissues to lay a scientific foundation for designing superior tissue surrogates with optimized properties, and developing a tissue engineered dura mater patch with the objective of preventing problems associated with synthetic patches which include CSF leakage and patch integration with the native tissue.
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TM3 is developing a constitutive model of the anterior cruciate ligament in an effort to model mechanistic changes that cannot be captured experimentally.
Tissue Mechanics, Microstructure, and Modeling Lab
1275 Center Drive, JG-56
Biomedical Sciences Building
PO Box 116131
Gainesville, FL 32619