About

 

    Cameron Morley is currently a graduate student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida working in the Angelini lab group. His research is focused on soft matter engineering; investigating cell mechanics and morphogenesis in the 3D environment using jammed microgels. Cameron received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado in 2016.

Publications

 

Presentations

 

    Oral Presentation

    • Contractile Motion of Cells in Jammed Microgel Environments
      UF Biomaterials Day, Mar 2017
    • Contractile Recovery of Microtissues after Giant Shear Events
      American Physical Society, Mar 2017

    Posters

    • Instabilities of Microtissues in the Jammed Microgel Environment
      UF Soft Matter Symposium; Oct 2017
    • Contractile Motion of Cells in Jammed Microgel Environments
      UF Institute for Cell & Tissue Science and Engineering Symposium, Jul 2017
    • Contractile Motion of Cells in Jammed Microgel Environments
      UF Soft Matter Applied Research and Technologies Symposium, Jan 2017

Awards