A selection of scholarship from Department of Bioengineering faculty members of the School of Engineering and Computer Science at University of the Pacific.

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Submissions from 2016

Development of a Drug Dissolution Test and Automated Analysis Method Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance, Joshua F. Arucan and Shelly Gulati

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Microfluidic measurements of drug dissolution using a quartz crystal microbalance, Shelly Gulati, Janpierre A. Bonoan, Kylee V. Schesser, Joshua F. Arucan, and Xiaoling Li

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Evaluation of watershed-derived mass loads to prioritize TMDL decision-making, Shelly Gulati, Ashley Stubblefield, Jeremy Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Mary K. Camarillo, and William T. Stringfellow

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Microdroplet formation in rounded flow-focusing junctions, Shelly Gulati, Kalpana Vijayakumar, Wilson W. Good, Warren L. Tamayo, Akhil R. Patel, and Xize Niu

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Evaluation of the relationship of tibiofemoralkinematics before and after total knee replacement in an in vitro model of cranial cruciate deficiency in the dog, R. N. Howie, T. L. Foutz, C. C. Cathcart, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, and S. C. Budsberg

A microfluidic device for marking small tissues, Colleen Motoyasu, Brad Hirayama, and Shelly Gulati

A microfluidic device for marking small tissues, Colleen Motoyasu, Brad Hirayama, and Shelly Gulati

Characterization of thin film application parameters for drug dissolution testing using a quartz crystal microbalance, Kylee V. Schesser and Shelly Gulati

Characterization of thin film application parameters for drug dissolution testing using a quartz crystal microbalance, Kylee V. Schesser and Shelly Gulati

Effects of College Remediation on Student Success, J. Farley Ordovensky Staniec, Sharmila K. King, and Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Submissions from 2015

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Flow of DNA solutions in a microfluidic gradual contraction, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

Educational workshop on microfluidic principles using shrinky dinks, Colleen Motoyasu, Brad Hirayama, Akhil Patel, and Shelly Gulati

Characterization of mass application techniques for a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) drug dissolution test method, Kylee V. Schesser, Janpierre A. Bonoan, and Shelly Gulati

Characterization of micro-droplet formation: experiment and simulation, Warren Tamayo, Akhil Patel, and Shelly Gulati

Submissions from 2014

Measuring drug dissolution using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance, Janpierre A. Bonoan, Joshua F. Arucan, Shelly Gulati, and Xiaoling Li

Determination of drug dissolution using a quartz crystal microbalance, Janpierre A. Bonoan, X. Li, and Shelly Gulati

Application of an Estuary Model to Quantify Factors Contributing to Low Dissolved Oxygen Conditions in the San Joaquin River Deep Water Ship Channel, Mary K. Camarillo, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Gregory Weissmann, Shelly Gulati, and William T. Stringfellow

Computer Modeling to Promote Stakeholder Involvement and Informed Decision-Making in a TMDL Program, Mary K. Camarillo, William T. Stringfellow, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Shelly Gulati, and Gregory Weissmann

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Fog water as an alternative and sustainable water resource, Jeremy K. Domen, William T. Stringfellow, Mary K. Camarillo, and Shelly Gulati

Influence of microfluidic geometry on micro-droplet formation, Wilson Good, Warren Tamayo, and Shelly Gulati

Influence of Microfluidic Geometry on Micro-droplet formation, Shelly Gulati, Wilson Good, K. Vijayakumar, Warren Tamayo, X. Niu, J. B. Edel, and A. J. de Mello

Quantifying elastic vortex growth of DNA solutions in planar microbends, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

Methodologies to evaluate dissolved oxygen impairment in the San Joaquin River for watershed management, Shelly Gulati, C. Spier, Jeremy S. Hanlon, Ashley Stubblefield, Michael Jue, Mary K. Camarillo, William T. Stringfellow, Gregory Weissmann, E. Garcia, Joel Herr, and Scott Sheeder

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Use of continuous and grab sample data for calculating total maximum daily load (TMDL) in agricultural watersheds, Shelly Gulati, Ashley A. Stubblefield, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, and William T. Stringfellow

Mass Balance Analysis for Salts, Nutrients, and Oxygen-Demanding Substances in the San Joaquin River, Shelly Gulati, Ashley Stubblefield, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Mary K. Camarillo, and William T. Stringfellow

Characterization of the Mass Flux of Salts, Nutrients, and Oxygen-Demanding Substances from the San Joaquin River to the Estuary, William T. Stringfellow, Shelly Gulati, Ashley Stubblefield, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Joel Herr, and Mary K. Camarillo

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Use of the WARMF Model to Identify Sources of Oxygen Impairment and Potential Management Strategies for the San Joaquin River Watershed, William T. Stringfellow, Joel Herr, Scott Sheeder, Shelly Gulati, Gregory Weissmann, Mary K. Camarillo, and Michael Jue

Educational workshop on microfluidic principles using shrinky dinks, Krista Suizo and Shelly Gulati

Submissions from 2013

Quantifying drug dissolution using a quartz crystal microbalance, Janpierre A. Bonoan, Brian Liu, and Shelly Gulati

Influence of microfluidic geometry on micro-droplet formation, Wilson Good, Isha Srivastava, and Shelly Gulati

Investigation of Oxygen Consuming Materials Effecting a Dissolved Oxygen TMDL in the San Joaquin River’s Deepwater Ship Channel near Stockton, CA, William T. Stringfellow, Shelly Gulati, Joel Herr, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, Ashley Stubblefield, Michael Jue, Gregory Weissmann, Scott Sheeder, E. Garcia, and Mary K. Camarillo

Submissions from 2012

Estimation of total maximum daily load (TMDL) in agricultural watersheds using a combined real-time and periodic sampling approach, Shelly Gulati, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, and William T. Stringfellow

Total maximum daily load (TMDL) estimation using a joint real-time and periodic sampling approach, Shelly Gulati, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, and William T. Stringfellow

Ranking Matrix to Prioritize Watersheds in a TMDL Context, William T. Stringfellow, Shelly Gulati, Jeremy S. Hanlon, and C. L. Spier

Riparian Wetlands as Buffer Zones for Protecting River Water Quality, William T. Stringfellow, Jeremy S. Hanlon, C. L. Spier, M. Brunell, S. Borglin, J. Graham, E. Karpuzcu, K. Nguyen, Michael Jue, and Shelly Gulati

Submissions from 2010

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Student-led podcasting for engineering education, E. Alpay and Shelly Gulati

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Spaghetti Bridges: Build, Load and Repeat, Jeffrey S. Burmeister and Kyle A. Watson

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Elastic secondary flows in sharp 90 degree micro-bends: a comparison of PEO and DNA solutions, Shelly Gulati, C. S. Dutcher, Dorian Liepmann, and Susan J. Muller

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Rapid cell extraction in aqueous two-phase microdroplet systems, Kalpana Vijayakumar, Shelly Gulati, Andrew J. de Mello, and Joshua B. Edel

Submissions from 2009

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Student-led podcasting for engineering education, E. Alpay and Shelly Gulati

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Chemical imaging of microfluidic flows using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy, K. L. A. Chan, Shelly Gulati, Joshua B. Edel, and Andrew J. de Mello

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Opportunities for microfluidic technologies in synthetic biology, Shelly Gulati, Vincent Rouilly, Xize Niu, James Chappell, Richard Kitney, Joshua B. Edel, Paul Freemont, and Andrew J. de Mello

Submissions from 2008

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What is Engineering? - a University of the Pacific MESA Program/Johns Hopkins University Partnership, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Kyle A. Watson, and Maria Garcia-Sheets

Elastic secondary flows of semidilute DNA solutions in abrupt 90° micro-bends, Shelly Gulati, Dorian Liepmann, and Susan J. Muller

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Direct measurements of viscoelastic flows in micro-contractions, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

Simulation of formation and dynamics of microdroplets, Shelly Gulati, X. Niu, J. B. Edel, and A. J. de Mello

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Pillar-induced droplet merging in microfluidic circuits, Xize Niu, Shelly Gulati, Joshua B. Edel, and Andrew J. de Mello

Submissions from 2007

Sophomore engineering design: back to the future, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, T. L. Foutz, and S. Thompson

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Homework habits – if it is broken, fix it, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Camilla Saviz, and Abel Fernandez

Bioengineering workshops for 6th-12th grades, Jeffrey S. Burmeister and Louise Stark

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Traditional Foley drainage systems – do they drain the bladder?, Maurice M. Garcia, Shelly Gulati, Dorian Liepmann, G. Bennett Stackhouse, Kirsten Greene, and Marshall L. Stoller

Submissions from 2006

Introduction to Bioengineering, Jeffrey S. Burmeister

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Homework as an outcome assessment: relationships between homework and test performance, Abel Fernandez, Camilla Saviz, and Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Traveling wave particle separation in fluidic cell, M. H. Lean, J-P Lu, S. J. Limb, J. H. Daniel, A. R. Volkel, H. B. Hsieh, S. E. Solberg, B. T. Preas, and Shelly Gulati

Submissions from 2005

Dynamic statics: lights, camera, action!, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Abel Fernandez, and K. Ausben

Direct measurements of viscoelastic flows in micro-contractions, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

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Quantifying viscoelastic behavior of DNA-laden flows in microfluidic systems, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

Quantitative velocity measurements of lambda-DNA transport in microdevices, Shelly Gulati, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

A computational model with experimental validation for DNA flow in microchannels, A. Nonaka, Shelly Gulati, D. Trebotich, G. H. Miller, Susan J. Muller, and Dorian Liepmann

Submissions from 2004

Dynamic statics: preliminary cooperative learning findings, Jeffrey S. Burmeister and Abel Fernandez

A numerical algorithm for complex biological flow in irregular microdevice geometries, D. Trebotich, P. Colella, G. H. Miller, A. Nonaka, T. Marshall, Shelly Gulati, and Dorian Liepmann

Submissions from 2003

Cutaneous recording of electroencephalograms in electrically stunned broiler chickens, D. E. Martyn, A. F. Collier, M. K. Adams, M. W. Holt, D. S. Williams, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, T. L. Foutz, D. V. Bourassa, D. L. Feltcher, and R. J. Buhr

Submissions from 2001

Invited Speaker, Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Invited Speaker, Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Submissions from 1999

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Role of endothelial cell-substrate contact area and fibronectin-receptor affinity on cell adhesion to HEMA/EMA copolymers, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Valerie Z. McKinney, William M. Reichert, and George A. Truskey

Submissions from 1998

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Application of total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy to study cell adhesion to biomaterials, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, Lauri A. Olivier, William M. Reichert, and George A. Truskey

Submissions from 1996

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Effect of fibronectin amount and conformation on the strength of endothelial cell adhesion to HEMA/EMA copolymers, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, J. D. Vrany, William M. Reichert, and George A. Truskey

Submissions from 1994

Cell adhesion to a series of hydrophilic-hydrophobic copolymer series, Jeffrey S. Burmeister

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Quantitative analysis of variable angle total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, George A. Truskey, and William M. Reichert

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Imaging of cell/substrate contacts on polymers by total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, George A. Truskey, J. L. Yarbrough, and William M. Reichert

The effect of substrate hydrophobicity on endothelial cell adhesion, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, J. D. Vrany, G. A. Truskey, and W. M. Reichert

Submissions from 1992

Topographical mapping of relative cell/substrate separation distances using TIRF microscopy (TIRFM), Jeffrey S. Burmeister

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Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (TIRFM) ii. Topographical mapping of relative cell/substratum separation distances, George A. Truskey, Jeffrey S. Burmeister, E. Grappa, and William M. Reichert

Submissions from 1991

Variable angle TIRF microscopy of fluorescently labeled lipid films and cells at the glass-liquid interface, Jeffrey S. Burmeister

Submissions from 1986

Research report on glass reinforced woven fabric fluoropolymer composite systems, Jeffrey S. Burmeister