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Megan Busch

Research Technician
Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan


Hometown: Plymouth, Michigan

Education: BS in Biomedical Engineering, UMichigan, 2021 


Outside of lab interests: Outside my classes, I am involved in the leadership for the UMich chapter of the Engineering Honor Society, Tau Beta Pi. Besides that, I work as an Instructional Aide in the department. I like to spend my free time working on my art skills, reading, baking, and spending time with friends.


Juliar BA, Beamish JA, Busch ME, Cleveland DE, Nimmagadda L, and Putnam AJ, "Cell-mediated matrix stiffening accompanies capillary morphogenesis in ultra-soft amorphous hydrogels", Biomaterials, 2019, doi:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2019.119634


Juliar BA, Beamish JA, Cleveland DE, Busch ME, Nimmagadda L, and Putnam AJ, "Deciphering the relative roles of matrix metalloproteinase- and plasmin-mediated matrix degradation during capillary morphogenesis using engineered hydrogels", Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, 2019, doi:10.1002/jbm.b.34341

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