Welcome to the Center for Multiscale and Translational Mechanobiology (CMTM) based in the College of Engineering at Boston University. Mechanobiology, the study of how physical cues affect biological processes, is one of the most untapped but potentially revolutionary avenues for advancing clinical care of injury and disease. The Center provides students, faculty, postdoctoral associates, medical residents, and other researchers across both the Charles River and Medical campuses with a rich and dynamic environment for the study and application of mechanobiology.
CMTM Trainees Awarded Student Paper of the Year by BME
Congratulations to CMTM Trainees Rohin Banerji, Gabby Grifno, Linzheng Shi, Dylan Smolen, Rob LeBourdais, Johnathan Muhvich, Cate Eberman, Kathryn Regan, Read more
Congratulations to Gabby Grifno on Winning “Best Presentation” at the QBP/TRB/SB2 Graduate Research Symposium!
Please join us in congratulating CMTM trainee Gabby Grifno in receiving the prestigious Best Presentation award at the 2023 QBP/TRB/SB2 Read more
Congratulations to our FY24 Student Seed Grant Winners!
Congratulations to our FY24 CMTM Student Seed Grant Award winners! Each of the following novel research projects has been granted Read more