An updated list of publications can be found here.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Postdoctoral Research (Boston University)

  • Ngo MT et al. Inducible cells enable tunable control of vasculogenesis in engineered tissues. In preparation.
  • Uroz M, Stoddard AE, Sutherland BP, Courbot O, Oria R, Li L, Ngo MT, Yang J, Tefft JB, Eyckmans J, Elosegui-Artola A, Weaver VM, Chen CS. Differential stiffness between brain vasculature and parenchyma promotes metastatic infiltration through vessel co-option. Submitted.

Graduate Research (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

  • Ngo MT, Sarkaria JS, Harley BAC. Perivascular stromal cells instruct vascular architecture and glioblastoma behavior within an artificial perivascular niche. Adv Science. 2022; 2201888 Link
  • Cavalcanti JVJ, Selting KA, Ngo MT, Hoang CKT, Schaeffer DJ, Fan TM, Harley BAC, Phillips H. Three-dimensional hydrogel culture systems support growth and determination of chemosensitivity of feline sarcoma and carcinoma cell lines. Am J Vet Res. 2022; 83(6) Link
  • Ngo MT*, Barnhouse VR*, Gilchrist AE, Mahadik, BP, Hunter CJ, Hensold JN, Harley BAC. Hydrogels containing gradients in vascular density reveal dose-dependent role of angiocrine cues on stem cell behavior. Adv Funct Mater. 2021; 2101541 *co-first author Link
  • Gilchrist AE, Serrano JF, Ngo MT, Hrnjak Z, Kim S, Harley BAC. Encapsulation of murine hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells in a thiol-crosslinked maleimide-functionalized gelatin hydrogel. Acta Biomaterialia. 2021; 131:138-48 Link
  • Dewey MJ, Kolliopoulos V, Ngo MT, Harley BAC. Glycosaminoglycan content of a mineralized collagen scaffold promotes mesenchymal stem cell secretion of factors to modulate angiogenesis and monocyte differentiation. Materialia. 2021; 18;101149 Link
  • Ngo MT, Harley BAC. Progress in mimicking brain microenvironments to understand and treat neurological disorders. APL Bioengineering. 2021; 5;020902 Link
  • Ngo MT, Harley BAC. Angiogenic biomaterials to promote therapeutic regeneration and investigate disease progression. Biomaterials. 2020; 255;120207 Link
  • Ngo MT, Karvelis E, Harley BAC. Multidimensional hydrogel models reveal endothelial network angiocrine signals increase glioblastoma cell number, invasion, and temozolomide resistance. Integrative Biology. 2020; 12(6):139-49 Link
  • Ngo MT, Harley BAC. Perivascular signals alter global gene expression profile of glioblastoma and response to temozolomide in a gelatin hydrogel. Biomaterials. 2019; 198:122-34 Link
  • Ngo MT, Harley BA. The influence of hyaluronic acid and glioblastoma cell coculture on the formation of endothelial cell networks in gelatin hydrogels. Adv Healthc Mater. 2017; 6(22) Link