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Netanel Korin

Netanel Korin
Assistant Professor
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  • Selected Publications

    Publications

    Peer Reviewed publications:
      • N. Korin, M.J. Gounis, A.K. Wakhloo, D.E. Ingber, Targeted Drug Delivery to Flow-Obstructed Blood Vessels Using Mechanically Activated Nanotherapeutics, JAMA Neurol. (2015).  link
      • N. Korin, M. Kanapathipillai; D.E. Ingber, Shear-Responsive Platelet Mimetics for Targeted Drug Delivery, Israel Journal of Chemistry (2013).
      • N. Korin, M. Kanapathipillai, B. D. Matthews, M. Crescente, A. Brill, T. Mammoto, K. Ghosh, S. Jurek, S.A. Bencherif, D. Bhatta, A.U. Coskun, C. L. Feldman, D. D. Wagner, D. E. Ingber, Shear-Activated Nanotherapeutics for Drug Targeting to Obstructed Blood Vessels, Science (2012). link
        • Highlighted in:
            • New England Journal of  Medicine  (link)
            • Nature  (link)
            • Nature Reviews Drug Discovery (link)
            • Science  (link)
            • Nature Biotechnology   (link)
            • Nanomedicine (link)
      • M. Kanapathipillai, A. Mammoto, T. Mammoto, J.H. Kang, E. Jiang, K. Ghosh K, N. Korin, A. Gibbs,R. Mannix,D.E. Ingber, Inhibition of mammary tumor growth using lysyl oxidase-targeting nanoparticles to modify extracellular matrix., Nano Letters (2012). link
    • K. Ghosh, M. Kanapathipillai, N. Korin,, J. McCarthy, D.E. Ingber, Polymeric Nanomaterials for Islet Targeting and Immunotherapeutic Delivery,Nano Letters, (2012). link
    Prior to 2012:
    • M. Khoury, A. Bransky , N. Korin , L.C. Konak, G. Enikolopov,I. Tzchori, S. Levenberg, A microfluidic traps system supporting prolonged culture of human embryonic stem cells aggregates, Biomedical Microdevices (2010).
    • N. Korin, A. Bransky, M. Khoury,U. Dinnar, S. Levenberg, Design of well and groove microchannel bioreactors for cell culture, Biotechnol Bioeng. (2009).
    • N. Korin, A. Bransky, U. Dinnar, S. Levenberg, Periodic “flow-stop” perfusion microchannel bioreactors for mammalian and human embryonic stem cell long-term culture, Biomedical Microdevices (2009).
    • A. Bransky, N. Korin, M. Khoury,U. Dinnar, S. Levenberg A microfluidic droplet generator based on a piezoelectric actuator, Lab on a Chip. (2009).
    • A. Bransky, N. Korin, and S. Levenberg, Experimental and theoretical study of selective protein deposition using focused micro laminar flows,Biomedical Microdevices (2008).
    • N. Korin, A. Bransky, U. Dinnar, S. Levenberg, “A Parametric Study of Human Fibroblasts Culture in a Microchannel Bioreactor”, Lab on a Chip (2007).
    • N. Korin, A. Bransky and U. Dinnar, “Theoretical Model and Experimental Study of Red Blood Cell (RBC) Deformation in Micro-Channels”,Journal of Biomechanics (2007).
    • A. Leshansky, A. Bransky, N. Korin and U. Dinnar, “Tunable nonlinear viscoelastic ‘focusing’ in a microfuidic device”, Physical Review Letters (2007).
    • A. Bransky, N. Korin, A. Leshansky, N. Lanir, Y. Nemirovski and U. Dinnar, “The rheologic properties of Erythrocytes: a study using an automated rheoscope”, Rheologica Acta, (2007).
    • A. Bransky, N. Korin, Y. Nemirovski and U. Dinnar, ” Correlation between Erythrocytes deformability and size: A study using a micro-channel based cell analyzer” Microvascular Research (2007).
    • A. Bransky, N. Korin, Y. Nemirovski and U. Dinnar, “An automated cell analysis sensing system based on a microfabricated rheoscope for the study of red blood cells physiology”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2006).
    • Book Chapters:
    • Korin, S. Levenberg, ” Engineering Human Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation”, Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering Reviews, 24, Ed. S.E. Harding, Nottingham University Press, 243-262.

  • Main Research Interests

    Our research interest is in engineering aspects of vascular biology with a focus on the interplay between hemodynamics, vascular physiology, and transport phenomena in vascular diseases. The long-term objective of this research is to allow better understanding of the biophysical determinants of vascular disease and to leverage this knowledge to develop innovative therapeutic approaches.

  • Research Topics

    Our Research is focused on studying the interplay between hemodynamics, vascular physiology, and transport phenomena in vascular diseases. The long-term objective of this research is to allow better understanding of the biophysical determinants of vascular disease and to leverage this knowledge to develop innovative therapeutic approaches. This interdisciplinary research is preformed through integrating principles of fluid dynamics, tissue biomechanics, vascular physiology and biomaterials science.