Matthew J. Paszek
Biophysical glycoscience; physics of cancer; synthetic biology; biopolymers; optical imaging
Current Research Interest
Physical principles of membrane shape regulation by the glycocalyx; colloidal forces in cellular signaling; metabolic control of the cancer-specific glycocalyx; design of cell-surface materials; design and manufacturing of biolubricants; interferometric fluorescence microscopy
National Institutes of Health New Innovator
National Science Foundation CAREER Award
Richard F. Tucker Excellence in Teaching Award
Cornell Tau Beta Pi Professor of the Year Award
Kavli Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Nanoscience
Shurer, Carolyn R., Joe C. Kuo, LaDeidra M. Roberts, Jay G. Gandhi, Marshall J. Colville, Thais A. Enoki, Hao Pan, Jin Su, Jade M. Noble, Michael J. Hollander, John P. O’Donnell, Rose Yin, Kayvon Pedram, Leonhard Möckl, Lena F. Kourkoutis, W. E. Moerner, Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Gerald W. Feigenson, Heidi L. Reesink, and Matthew J. Paszek. “Physical Principles of Membrane Shape Regulation by the Glycocalyx.” Cell 177, no. 7 (2019): 1757-1770.
Shurer, Carolyn R., Shelby E. Head, Marc C. Goudge, and Matthew J. Paszek. “Mucin-coating Technologies for Protection and Reduced Aggregation of Cellular Production Systems.” Biotechnology and Bioengineering 116 no. 5 (2019):994-1005.