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Associate Professor, Dr. David Tees
(740) 593-1694
Clippinger 357A

Ph.D.: McGill University

Scholarly Interests 

Dr. David Tees researches experimental determination of the response of single cell adhesion molecules to applied forces, computer simulations to determine receptor-ligand adhesive phenotype from structure, understanding the mechanical properties of biological macromolecules, and using cell adhesion molecule adhesive properties for sensors, biomimetic materials and drug targeting.

Selected Publications

Dr. Tees' publications include "Leukocyte adhesion: An exquisite balance of hydrodynamic and molecular forces" (2003), "Simulation of cell adhesion to bioreactive surfaces in shear: the effect of cell size" (2002), and "Reliability theory for receptor-ligand bond dissociation" (2001). 

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