Caleb D. Vogt

UMN MSTP student Caleb Vogt

Email: vogtx127@umn.edu

Entering Class: 2016

Education:
Michigan Technological University
Biomedical Engineering major
B.S., 2016

MSTP Student Governance:

  • Student Advisory Committee 2017-2019
  • Student Admissions Committee 2018-2019

Thesis Advisor: Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, Ph.D.

Thesis Research

My research is broadly in tissue engineering, with a specific focuses on 3D bioprinting and creating a tissue-engineered gastro-esophageal junction. Implantation of such a tissue construct would allow for smaller resection of the normal esophagus following surgery for gastroesophageal adenocarcinoma. The scientific value of this work will lie in new knowledge around bioprinting of structured fibroelastic tissues, which we hope to apply in the future to our lab's ongoing work in pulmonary airway engineering.

Publications

Work prior to the UMN MSTP
Xing Q, Vogt C, Leong KW, Zhao F. Highly Aligned Nanofibrous Scaffold Derived from Decellularized Human Fibroblasts. Adv Funct Mater. 2014 May 28;24(20):3027-3035. PMCID:PMC4251501

Xing Q, Yates K, Vogt C, Qian Z, Frost MC, Zhao F. Increasing mechanical strength of gelatin hydrogels by divalent metal ion removal. Sci Rep. 2014 Apr 16;4:4706. PMCID:PMC3988488

Xing Q, Yates K, Bailey A, Vogt C, He W, Frost MC, Zhao F. Effects of local nitric oxide release on human mesenchymal stem cell attachment and proliferation on gelatin hydrogel surface. Surface Innovations. 2013;1:224.

Vogt C, Xing Q, He W, Li B, Frost MC, Zhao F. Fabrication and characterization of a nitric oxide-releasing nanofibrous gelatin matrix. Biomacromolecules. 2013 Aug 12;14(8):2521-30.