Systems Mechanobiology Lab

Welcome to the Systems Mechanobiology Lab!

We are interested in cell-matrix mechanobiology and two broad questions:

     1) How do our bodies respond to mechanical stimuli across molecule,
         cell, and tissue scales?
     2) How can we control cell-matrix mechanobiology to diagnose, treat,
         and prevent disease?

Integrating computation and experiments, our lab pursues a multi-scale, systems understanding of matrix mechanobiology in order to engineer novel technologies for controlling fibrotic remodeling related to heart failure, tendon repair, wound healing, and other disease conditions.

News: We're recruiting! Currently Seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate.
Please view the attached Postdoctoral Position Flier

William Richardson, Ph.D.
Phone: 864-656-6576

Clemson Bioengineering