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Sam Senyo

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Applies tissue engineering to study human biology and improve human health
Office: 204 Wickenden
Phone Number: (216) 368-6783

Awards and Recognitions

2019, Undergraduate Teaching Award, Case School of Engineering
2018, Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Mentorship, Biomedical Engineering Society - CWRU
2014, Harvaed Stem Cell Institute Undergraduate Mentor, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
2011, Louis N. and Arnold M. Katz Basic Science Research Prize for Young Investigators Finalists, American Heart Association 2012 Scientific Sessions
2006, Sigma XI Graduate Student Research Forum 2nd Place Prize, Sigma XI
2006, University of Illinois Graduate College Student Travel Award, University of Illinois Chicago
2006, University of Illinois Graduate Student Council Travel Award, University of Illinois Chicago
2006, University of Illinois Provost's Award for Graduate Research, University of Illinois Chicago
1999, Gordon Research Conference "Alfred P. Sloan Foundation-Sponsored" Award, Gordon Research Conference
1998, Dana Broida Scholarship, Washington University in Saint Louis


Ansari, A., Trehan, R., Watson, C., & Senyo, S. (2020). Increasing Silicon Mold Longevity: Surface Modification Techniques for PDMS-PDMS Double Casting.. Soft Materials, ().
Wang, X., Senapati, S., Akinbote, A., Gnanasambandam, B., Park, P., & Senyo, S. (2020). Microenvironment stiffness requires decellularized cardiac extracellular matrix to promote heart regeneration in the neonatal mouse heart.. Acta biomaterialia, 113 (), 380-392.
Watson, C., & Senyo, S. (2019). All-in-one automated microfluidics control system.. HardwareX, 5 ().
Senyo, S. (2019). Price check on A(i)s(l)e 13: investigation of interleukin-13 activity in cardiac regeneration.. American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology, 316 (2), H262-H264.
Vujic, A., Lerchenm├╝ller, C., Wuttisarnwattana, P., Guillermier, C., Rabolli, C., Gonzalez-Reyes, L., ... Rosenzweig, A. (2018). Exercise induces new cardiomyocyte generation in the adult mammalian heart.. Nature communications, 9 (1), 1659.