Christopher B. Highley
Christopher B. Highley
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering, University of Virginia
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Direct 3D Printing of Shear‐Thinning Hydrogels into Self‐Healing Hydrogels
CB Highley, CB Rodell, JA Burdick
Advanced Materials 27 (34), 5075-5079, 2015
Recent advances in hyaluronic acid hydrogels for biomedical applications
CB Highley, GD Prestwich, JA Burdick
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 40, 35-40, 2016
3D Printing of Shear-Thinning Hyaluronic Acid Hydrogels with Secondary Cross-Linking
L Ouyang*, CB Highley* (shared authorship), CB Rodell, W Sun, ...
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2 (10), 1743-1751, 2016
Biofabrication strategies for 3D in vitro models and regenerative medicine
L Moroni, JA Burdick, C Highley, SJ Lee, Y Morimoto, S Takeuchi, JJ Yoo
Nature Reviews Materials 3 (5), 21-37, 2018
A Generalizable Strategy for the 3D Bioprinting of Hydrogels from Nonviscous Photo‐crosslinkable Inks
L Ouyang, CB Highley, W Sun, JA Burdick
Advanced Materials 29 (8), 2017
The prevention of peritoneal adhesions by in situ cross-linking hydrogels of hyaluronic acid and cellulose derivatives
T Ito, Y Yeo, CB Highley, E Bellas, CA Benitez, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 28 (6), 975-983, 2007
Intracellular drug delivery by poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid) nanoparticles, revisited
P Xu, E Gullotti, L Tong, CB Highley, DR Errabelli, T Hasan, JX Cheng, ...
Molecular pharmaceutics 6 (1), 190-201, 2008
In situ cross-linkable hyaluronic acid hydrogels prevent post-operative abdominal adhesions in a rabbit model
Y Yeo, CB Highley, E Bellas, T Ito, R Marini, R Langer, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 27 (27), 4698-4705, 2006
Jammed microgel inks for 3D printing applications
CB Highley*, KH Song* (shared authorship), AC Daly, JA Burdick
Advanced Science 6 (1), 1801076, 2019
Injectable and Cytocompatible Tough Double‐Network Hydrogels through Tandem Supramolecular and Covalent Crosslinking
CB Rodell, NN Dusaj, CB Highley, JA Burdick
Advanced Materials 28 (38), 8419-8424, 2016
Three‐dimensional extrusion bioprinting of single‐and double‐network hydrogels containing dynamic covalent crosslinks
LL Wang, CB Highley, YC Yeh, JH Galarraga, S Uman, JA Burdick
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 106 (4), 865-875, 2018
Dextran-based in situ cross-linked injectable hydrogels to prevent peritoneal adhesions
T Ito, Y Yeo, CB Highley, E Bellas, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 28 (23), 3418-3426, 2007
Complex 3D‐Printed Microchannels within Cell‐Degradable Hydrogels
KH Song, CB Highley, A Rouff, JA Burdick
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (31), 1801331, 2018
Anti-inflammatory function of an in situ cross-linkable conjugate hydrogel of hyaluronic acid and dexamethasone
T Ito, IP Fraser, Y Yeo, CB Highley, E Bellas, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 28 (10), 1778-1786, 2007
In situ cross-linkable hyaluronan hydrogels containing polymeric nanoparticles for preventing postsurgical adhesions
Y Yeo, T Ito, E Bellas, CB Highley, R Marini, DS Kohane
Annals of surgery 245 (5), 819-824, 2007
3D Printing in Suspension Baths: Keeping the Promises of Bioprinting Afloat
A McCormack, CB Highley, NR Leslie, FPW Melchels
Trends in Biotechnology 38 (6), 584-593, 2020
Peritoneal application of chitosan and UV‐cross‐linkable chitosan
Y Yeo, JA Burdick, CB Highley, R Marini, R Langer, DS Kohane
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 78 (4), 668-675, 2006
One-Step Generation of Multifunctional Polyelectrolyte Microcapsules via Nanoscale Interfacial Complexation in Emulsion (NICE)
M Kim, SJ Yeo, CB Highley, JA Burdick, PJ Yoo, J Doh, D Lee
ACS nano 9 (8), 8269-8278, 2015
Peritoneal adhesion prevention with an in situ cross-linkable hyaluronan gel containing tissue-type plasminogen activator in a rabbit repeated-injury model
Y Yeo, E Bellas, CB Highley, R Langer, DS Kohane
Biomaterials 28 (25), 3704-3713, 2007
3D printing of photocurable poly (glycerol sebacate) elastomers
YC Yeh*, CB Highley* (shared authorship), L Ouyang, JA Burdick
Biofabrication 8 (4), 045004, 2016
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