John Eberth, PhD
School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
Office: Bossone 612
John F. Eberth, PhD, is a cardiovascular engineer with graduate and post-doctoral training in mechanical controls, continuum biomechanics, and hydrogel-based extra-cellular matrix mimetics. With a long and rich history of medical innovation, members of Dr. Eberth’s Applied Biomechanics and Mechanobiology Lab (ABML) use fundamental engineering principles to understand, manipulate, and guide inherent and acquired tissue behavior. Using multi-scale and multi-species approaches combined with theoretical and mathematical modeling, extensive experimental verification, and eventual clinical translation, the Eberth Lab’s research centers around the behavior of healthy and diseased blood vessels as they grow and remodel in response to mechanical stimuli.
- PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2008
- MS, Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University, 2004
- BS, Mechanical Engineering, Clarkson University, 2001
Aortopathy, aneurysm mechanics and attenuation, endothelial dysfunction, coronary/peripheral artery disease, theranostics, arterial stiffening, perfusion tissue culture, hemodynamics, nonlinear solid mechanics, biomimetics, congenital heart defects, hydrogel mechanics, tissue-engineered vascular grafts, and medial calcification chelation therapy.
For Dr. Eberth's publications, please see his Google Scholar Webpage