Nano-Bio Engineering Group
Shamloo, Associate Professor
Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology
Ph.D, Stanford University, 2010
University of California, Berkeley, 2010-2011
and Application of Microfluidics Devices
Design and Fabrication of Nano-Mechanical Structures
Engineering and Biomaterials-Stem Cell Interactions
Analysis of Biological Systems and Cell Mechanics
Element Modeling of Elasto-Plastic Materials
A. Selahi, and M. Madadelahi, Designing and
modeling a centrifugal microfluidic device to separate target blood cells.
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering,
2016. 26(3): p. 035017.
and M. Sarmadi, Investigation of the adhesive
characteristics of polymer–protein systems through molecular dynamics
simulation and their relation to cell adhesion and proliferation.
Integrative Biology, 2016. 8(12): p. 1276-1295.
P. Vatankhah, and M.A. Bijarchi,
Numerical optimization and inverse study of a microfluidic device for blood
plasma separation. European Journal of Mechanics-B/Fluids, 2016. 57: p.
et al., Computing the blood brain barrier (BBB) diffusion coefficient: A
molecular dynamics approach. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials,
2016. 410: p. 187-197.
et al., A comparative study of collagen matrix density effect on
endothelial sprout formation using experimental and computational
approaches. Annals of biomedical engineering, 2016. 44(4): p. 929-941.
M. Mirzakhanloo, and M.R. Dabirzadeh,
Numerical Simulation for efficient mixing of Newtonian and non-Newtonian
fluids in an electro-Osmotic Micro-Mixer. Chemical Engineering and
Processing: Process Intensification, 2016.
A. Merdasi, and P. Vatankhah,
Numerical Simulation of Heat Transfer in Mixed Electroosmotic
Pressure-Driven Flow in Straight Microchannels. Journal of Thermal Science
and Engineering Applications, 2016. 8(2): p. 021011.
M. Madadelahi, and A. Akbari, Numerical simulation of centrifugal
serpentine micromixers and analyzing mixing quality parameters. Chemical
Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 2016. 104: p. 243-252.
A.N., A. Shamloo, and M.T. Ahmadian,
Simulation of Paramecium Chemotaxis Exposed to Calcium Gradients. Cell
biochemistry and biophysics, 2016: p. 1-12.
M., A. Shamloo, and A.D. Dezfuli, A
sequential implicit discrete fracture model for three-dimensional coupled
flow-geomechanics problems in naturally fractured
porous media. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2016.
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al., Dynamic Analysis of Magnetic Nanoparticles
Crossing Cell Membrane. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2016.
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al., Optimal Magnetic Field for Crossing
Super-Para-Magnetic Nanoparticles through the Brain Blood Barrier: A
Computational Approach. Biosensors, 2016. 6(2): p. 25.
A., A. Shamloo, et al., A computational model for estimation of
mechanical parameters in chemotactic endothelial cells. Scientia
Iranica. Transaction B, Mechanical Engineering,
2016. 23(1): p. 260.
H. and A. Shamloo, The effect of rippled graphene sheet roughness on
the adhesive characteristics of a collagen–graphene system. International
Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 2016. 64: p. 9-14.
M., A. Shamloo, et al., Antimicrobial Wound Dressing Containing
Silver Sulfadiazine With High Biocompatibility: In Vitro Study. Artificial
E., A. Shamloo, et al., Dual improvement of DNA-directed antibody
immobilization utilizing magnetic fishing and a polyamine coated surface.
RSC Advances, 2016. 6(112): p. 111210-111216.
A., A. Shamloo, et al., High throughput blood plasma separation
using a passive PMMA microfluidic device. Microsystem Technologies, 2015:
et al., Performance optimization of microreactors
by implementing geometrical and fluid flow control in the presence of
electric field: a computational study. Microsystem Technologies, 2015.
21(6): p. 1275-1285.
N. Mohammadaliha, and M. Mohseni,
Integrative utilization of microenvironments, biomaterials and
computational techniques for advanced tissue engineering. Journal of
biotechnology, 2015. 212: p. 71-89.
A. Golgoon, and E.G. Zadeh.
Role of α and β Transmembrane Domains in Integrin Clustering. in Actuators. 2015. Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing
F. Manuchehrfar, and H. Rafii-Tabar,
A viscoelastic model for axonal microtubule rupture. Journal of
biomechanics, 2015. 48(7): p. 1241-1247.
and L. Amirifar, A microfluidic device for 2D to
3D and 3D to 3D cell navigation. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2015. 26(1): p. 015003.
M. Heibatollahi, and M.R. Mofrad,
Directional migration and differentiation of neural stem cells within
three-dimensional microenvironments. Integrative Biology, 2015. 7(3): p.
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al. Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for
Epilepsy Detection. in World Congress on Medical
Physics and Biomedical Engineering, June 7-12, 2015, Toronto, Canada. 2015.
M. and A. Shamloo, A model for cell density effect on stress fiber
alignment and collective directional migration. Physical biology, 2015.
12(6): p. 066023.
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al., Toward Epileptic Brain Region Detection
Based on Magnetic Nanoparticle Patterning. Sensors, 2015. 15(9): p.
et al. Homo-oligomerization of transmembrane α-domain of integrin. in 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2014. IEEE.
interactions mediate cytoskeleton organization and collective endothelial
cell chemotaxis. Cytoskeleton, 2014. 71(9): p. 501-512.
et al., Complex chemoattractive and chemorepellent Kit signals revealed by direct imaging
of murine mast cells in microfluidic gradient chambers. Integrative
Biology, 2013. 5(8): p. 1076-1085.
M. Heibatollahi, and E. Ghafar-Zadeh.
Parallel in-vitro and in-vivo techniques for optimizing cellular
microenvironments by implementing biochemical, biomechanical and
electromagnetic stimulations. in 2012 Annual International
Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2012.
H. Xu, and S. Heilshorn, Mechanisms of vascular
endothelial growth factor-induced pathfinding by endothelial sprouts in
biomaterials. Tissue Engineering Part A, 2011. 18(3-4): p. 320-330.
et al., Novel Receptor-Mediated Endothelial Cell Chemotaxis. Biophysical
Journal, 2010. 98(3): p. 497a.
and S.C. Heilshorn, Matrix density mediates
polarization and lumen formation of endothelial sprouts in VEGF gradients.
Lab on a Chip, 2010. 10(22): p. 3061-3068.
and S.C. Heilshorn. The Interplay Between
Biomechanical and Biochemical Factors Regulates Lumen Formation and
Navigation of Endothelial Cell Sprouts. in ASME
2010 Summer Bioengineering Conference. 2010. American Society of Mechanical
Shamloo, A. and
S.C. Heilshorn, Matrix Rigidity Mediates Growth
Factor Response during 3D Endothelial Cell Sprouting. Biophysical Journal,
2010. 98(3): p. 730a.
Kuhnert, F., A.
Shamloo, et al., Essential regulation of CNS angiogenesis by the orphan
G protein–coupled receptor GPR124. Science, 2010. 330(6006): p. 985-989.
et al., Endothelial cell polarization and chemotaxis in a microfluidic
device. Lab on a chip, 2008. 8(8): p. 1292-1299.
M. Abeddoust, and N. Mehboudi,
MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES AS IN VITRO MICROENVIRONMENTS FOR-STEM CELL CULTURE.
M., A. Shamloo, et al., PLAQUE STRUCTURE AFFECTS MECHANICAL STRESS
DISTRIBUTION WITHIN BLOOD VESSELS.
A., A. Shamloo, and A. Azami, Extended
finite element method in plasticity forming of powder compaction with
contact friction. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2006.
43(18): p. 5421-5448.
A., A. Shamloo, et al., The extended finite element method (X-FEM)
for powder forming problems. Journal of materials processing technology,
2006. 177(1): p. 53-57.
A. Azami, and A. Khoei,
Modeling of pressure-sensitive materials using a cap plasticity theory in
extended finite element method. Journal of materials processing technology,
2005. 164: p. 1248-1257.
Conference and Symposia Presentations
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al. MRI-guided epilepsy detection. in 2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC). 2015. IEEE.
A., A. Shamloo, et al. An Enriched Finite Element Modeling for Metal
Forming Processes. in Proceedings of the
International MultiConference of Engineers and
Computer Scientists. 2008. Citeseer.
F., A. Shamloo, and N. Mehboudi. Dynamic
response of axonal microtubules under suddenly applied end forces. in 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 2014. IEEE.
A. Shamloo, M., et al. Thickness as
an important parameter in designing vascular grafts. in
Biomedical Engineering (ICBME), 2014 21th Iranian Conference on. 2014.
F. and A. Shamloo. Three dimensional modeling of axonal
microtubules. in Biomedical Engineering (ICBME),
2014 21th Iranian Conference on. 2014. IEEE.
Neuronal cell navigation within a microfluidic device. in
2nd Middle East Conference on Biomedical Engineering. 2014. IEEE.
E. GhafarZadeh, and A. Alasty.
Modeling and simulation of crossing magnetic nanoparticles through Blood
Brain Barrier (BBB). in 2014 36th Annual
International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology
Society. 2014. IEEE.
M.Z., A. Shamloo, et al. Steered Molecular Dynamic Simulation
Approaches for computing the Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) Diffusion
Coefficient. in World Congress on Medical Physics
and Biomedical Engineering, June 7-12, 2015, Toronto, Canada. 2015.
A, Heilshorn SC.
Microfluidic Platforms for Study of 3D Cell Chemotaxis within Biomaterials.
MRS Fall Meeting,
MA, December 2011.
Shamloo A, Nguyen CH, Manchandia
MD, Weinberg K, Heilshorn SC. Paradoxical
and chemorepellent effects of Kit ligand (KL)
revealed in novel microfluidic
Society of Hematology conference, Orlando, FL, December 2010.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn
SC. The interplay between biomechanical and biochemical factors regulates
formation and navigation of endothelial cell sprouts, ASME summer
Naples, FL, June 2010.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn SC. A three-dimensional micro-environment for characterizing
sprouting, Society for Biomaterials, Seattle, WA, April
Shamloo A, Heilshorn SC. Microfluidic models of endothelial cell sprouting in response to
biomechanical and biochemical Microenvironments, AVS
Symposium, San Jose, CA, Nov 2009.
Heilshorn SC. Matrix rigidity mediates growth factor response
during 3D endothelial
cell sprouting, 2009 Joint ASCE-ASME-SES
Conference on Mechanics and Materials, Blacksburg,
VA, June 2009.
Khoei. AR, Application of extended finite element
method (XFEM) in double-surface
model, 1st National Congress on
Civil Engineering (NCCE), Tehran, Iran, May 2004.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn
SC. Novel receptor –mediated endothelial cell chemotaxis, Biophysical
San Francisco, CA, Feb. 2010.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn SC. Concentration gradient generation for
mammalian cell culture using a novel
device. Nanotech 2008 -
11th Annual NSTI Nanotechnology, Boston, MA, June 2008.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn SC. A shear-free microfluidic device for mammalian
cell chemotaxis. Bio-X
Initiatives, Stanford, CA, Feb 2008.
Shamloo A, Heilshorn SC. A novel microfluidic device for
endothelial cell chemotaxis. Cardiovascular
Retreat, Stanford, CA, Feb 2008.
AR, Shamloo A, Anahid M, Shahim K, The extended finite element method (X-FEM)
problems, 11th International
Conference on Metal Forming, Birmingham, UK, Sep
Azami AR, Khoei AR,
Modeling of pressure-sensitive materials using a cap plasticity
theory in extended
finite element method, International
Conference on Advances in Materials and
Processing Technologies (AMPT), Gliwice, Poland,
AR, Shamloo A, Implementation of extended finite element method in
material using cap
plasticity model, 3rd
International Conference on Advances in Structural
Engineering and Mechanics (ASEM), Seoul, Korea,