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Office: Anderson Hall 104
E-mail: jburmeister@pacific.edu
Phone: 209.946.2470

CONTACT US

Bioengineering
209-946-2153
Anderson Hall
Lisa Johnston
Administrative Assistant
School of Engineering & Computer Science
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211
ljohnston@pacific.edu

Jeff Burmeister

Academic Background

Duke University, Durham, NC, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, 1995

University of Delaware, Newark, DE, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1988

Teaching Interests

  • Tissue engineering

Research Interests

  • Biomaterials
  • Cell adhesion
  • Wound healing

Selected Publications

Burmeister, J.S., McKinney, V.Z., Reichert, W.M. and Truskey, G.A. (1999). Role of endothelial cell-substrate contact area and fibronectin-receptor affinity on cell adhesion to HEMA/EMA copolymers. J. Biomed. Mater. Res., 47, 577-584.

Burmeister, J.S., Olivier, L.A., Reichert, W.M. and Truskey, G.A. (1998). Application of total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy to study cell adhesion to biomaterials. Biomaterials, 19, 307-325.

Burmeister, J.S., Vrany, J., Reichert, W.M. and Truskey, G.A. (1996). Effect of fibronectin amount and conformation on the strength of endothelial cell adhesion to HEMA/EMA copolymers. J. Biomed. Mater. Res., 30, 13-22.

Burmeister, J.S., Truskey, G.A., Yarbrough, J.L. and Reichert, W.M. (1994). Imaging of cell/substrate contacts on polymers by total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy. Biotechnol. Prog., 10, 26-31.

Burmeister, J.S., Truskey, G.A. and Reichert, W.M. (1994). Quantitative analysis of variable angle total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (VA-TIRFM) of cell/substrate contacts. J. Microsc., 173, Pt. 1, 39-51.