Posted February 22, 2010
Revised March 6, 2010
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Dr. Diana Fagan
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences

Telephone/Voice: 330.941.1554
Facsimile: 330.941.1483


Research Interests: 

My research interests include the production and testing of monoclonal antibodies, carbohydrate mimetics, and human antibody preparations in the treatment of antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections and the testing of mesenchymal stem cells in the modulation of wound healing.

Representative Publications:
  • Marie H, FAGAN D, Heffner J. Biomechanical evaluation of autologous mesenchymal stem cell transplantation to improve fascial repair. Proceedings of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering [Accepted, In Press].
  • Marie H, Zhang Y, Heffner J, Dorion H, FAGAN D. Biomechanical and elastographic analysis of mesenchymal stromal cell treated tissue following surgery. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering [Accepted, In Press].
CACB Principle Investigators
[links to research project descriptions and contact information for each PI]
  >  Dr. David Asch
  >  Dr. Ganesaratnam Balendiran
  >  Dr. Jon Caguiat
  >  Dr. Chet Cooper
  >  Dr. Diana Fagan
  >  Dr. Jozsi Jalics
  >  Dr. Xiangjia Min
  >  Dr. Peter Norris
  >  Dr. Yogen Panta
  >  Dr. Doug Price
  >  Dr. Nina Stourman
  >  Dr. Gary Walker
  >  Mr. Rob Wardle
  >  Dr. George Yates

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