Lara A. Estroff
Biomineralization; crystal growth
Current Research Interest
Solution crystal growth mechanisms, specifically materials characterization of physiological and pathological biominerals; in situ evaluation of crystal growth mechanisms; development of bio-inspired synthetic strategies for new crystalline materials with complex morphologies, compositions, and properties; design of in vitro models of cell-mineral interactions and tissue engineered constructs that recapitulate key features of biomineralization
National Science Foundation Faculty Early CAREER Award
NYSTAR (New York State) James D. Watson Investigator Award
Hendley, Coit T., Lee A. Fielding, Elizabeth R. Jones, Anthony J. Ryan, Steven P. Armes, and Lara A. Estroff. “Mechanistic Insights into Diblock Copolymer Nanoparticle-Crystal Interactions Revealed Via In Situ Atomic Force Microscopy” Journal of the American. Chemical Society 140 (2018): 7936-7945.
Kunitake, Jennie A. M. R., Siyoung Choi, Kayla X. Nguyen, Meredith M. Lee, Frank He, Daniel Sudilovsky, Patrick G. Morris, Maxine S. Jochelson, Clifford A. Hudis, David A. Muller, Peter Fratzl, Claudia Fischbach, Admir Masic, and Lara A. Estroff. “Correlative Imaging Reveals Physicochemical Heterogeneity of Microcalcifications in Human Breast Carcinomas.” Journal of Structural Biology 202 (2018): 25-43.