Dyment Laboratory

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Congrats to the Dyment Lab and Collaborators!
7/4/2020
Their NIH/NIAMS R01 application entitled "Functional role and therapeutic potential of hedgehog signaling in tendon-to-bone repair" was awarded. 

Congrats to the Dyment Lab and Collaborators!
7/3/2020
Their review paper entitled "A brief history of tendon and ligament bioreactors: Impact and future prospects" was published in JOR.

Congrats to Tim Kamalitdinov for his SB3C MS Student Paper Competition award!
6/20/2020

Welcome to the Dyment lab, Shunmel Syau and Sinaia Keith Lang!
6/1/2020
Looking forward to our first "virtual" PURM summer program with both of you!

Congrats to Catherine Bautista, Xi Jiang, Tim Kamalitdinov, and Snehal Shetye!
11/15/2019
Their abstracts were accepted for podium and poster presentations at the upcoming 2019 Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting in Phoenix, AZ!

Congrats to the Dyment Lab and Collaborators!
10/9/2019
Their paper entitled "Cells from a GDF5 origin produce zonal tendon‐to‐bone attachments following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction" was accepted for publication in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences!

Welcome to the Dyment lab, Mary Kate, Anjana, and Zach!
5/6/2019
Mary Kate is a new Bioengineering graduate student rotating in the lab while Anjana and Zach are undergraduate researchers.

Congrats to Catherine Bautista!
5/6/2019
Her University Research Foundation (URF) award entitled "Defining the functional role of a unique cell population during tendon fibrillogenesis" was funded!

Congrats to Tim, Keitaro, Snehal, Xi, Yaping, Ashley, Andy, Milt, and Nat!
5/6/2019
Their paper entitled "Amplifying bone marrow progenitors expressing alpha smooth muscle actin produce zonal insertion sites during tendon-to-bone repair" was accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Research!

Congrats to Tim Kamalitdinov and Keitaro Fujino!
3/15/2019
Their abstract was accepted for poster presentation at the upcoming Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C)!

Congrats to Catherine Bautista!
2/5/2019
Congrats to Catherine Bautista for winning the Tendon Section Podium Award at the 2019 Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting in Austin, TX!

Congrats to the Dyment lab!
11/12/2018
Congrats to the Dyment lab and collaborators for their recent publication entitled "Human subacromial bursal cells display superior engraftment versus bone marrow stromal cells in murine tendon repair" published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.

Congrats to Catherine Bautista, Tonia Tsinman, Snehal Shetye, and Joe Collins!
11/12/2018
Their abstracts were each selected for podium presentations at the 2019 Orthopaedic Research Society Conference! Great work team!

Welcome to the Dyment lab, Keitaro!  
8/29/2018 
Welcome to our new visiting fellow Keitaro Fujino 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Tim!  
8/15/2018 
Welcome to our Bioengineering grad student Tim Kamalitdinov 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Linda!  
7/9/2018 
Welcome to our summer student Linda Zhang 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Alex and Andrew!  
6/4/2018 
Welcome to our PURM summer students Alex Kuang and Andrew Kim 
 
Congrats to Tonia Tsinman, Xi Jiang, Rob Mauck, and Nat Dyment!  
3/13/2018 
Their abstract entitled “Single cell imaging of Col1/Col2 fluorescent reporters in the murine meniscus reveals marked spatial heterogeneity” was awarded the Meniscus Section Poster Award at the Orthopaedic Research Society Conference in New Orleans 
 
Congrats to Xi Jiang, Courtney Thompson, Pegah Abbasnia, Nick Oyster, and Nat Dyment!  
3/13/2018 
Their abstract entitled “Collagen GFP reporter mice reveal unique subsets of cells within the tendon midsubstance” was awarded the Tendon Section Poster Award at the Orthopaedic Research Society Conference in New Orleans 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Catherine!  
12/15/2017 
Welcome to our Bioengineering grad student Catherine Bautista 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Pegah!  
8/15/2017 
Welcome to our new postdoc Pegah Abbasnia 
 
Welcome to the Dyment lab, Courtney!  
5/22/2017 
Welcome to our summer student Courtney Thompson 
 
2/20/2017 
Dr. Dyment started at Penn in January 2017. He is currently interviewing students to work in the lab.  
 

Welcome to Dyment Lab
February 20, 2017
Dr. Dyment started at Penn in January 2017. He is currently interviewing students to work in the lab.

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