Title:

Assistant Professor

Office Information:

4204B Engineering Building III
Raleigh, NC 27695
NC State University
(919) 513-8231

Education:

PhD, Bioengineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
BS, Biosystems Engineering, Clemson University

Email:

aecarso2@ncsu.edu

Lab Site:

https://awrl.bme.unc.edu

Research and Publications:

Regenerative Medicine, Pharmacoengineering
Research Interests: Materials to promote wound repair; Microgels, Synthetic platelets, Fibrin-cell interactions in wound repair, animal models of coagulopathy

Dr. Brown joined the department in August 2015. Her research centers on developing novel microgel-based materials for a variety of biomedical applications including augmentation of hemostasis, enhanced wound healing, evaluation and modulation of cellular mechanotransduction and development of biosynthetic constructs for regenerative medicine. Current projects include development of microgel-based platelet-like particles (PLPs) and other microgel assemblies for augmentation of hemostasis and regenerative medicine. Additionally, she is exploring the use of microgel-based assemblies with finely controlled elastic and viscoelastic properties for investigating and controlling cellular mechanotransduction responses. My group’s research centers on developing novel microgel-based materials for a variety of biomedical applications including augmentation of hemostasis, enhanced wound healing, evaluation and modulation of cellular mechanotransduction and development of biosynthetic constructs for regenerative medicine. Current projects include development of microgel-based platelet-like particles (PLPs) and other microgel assemblies for augmentation of hemostasis and regenerative medicine. We are additionally exploring the use of microgel-based assemblies with finely controlled elastic and viscoelastic properties for investigating and controlling cellular mechanotransduction responses.


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