South Africa, Jack F. Murphy

Jack Murphy

A Biomedical Eningeering Student
at Trinity College Dublin
See my research experience!
Background

I was born and raised in New York City. While in high school I had the opportunity to conduct research in the Costa Lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Through this experience, I developed a deep interest in the fields of tissue engineering and cardiac regeneration. I have now moved my passions over to Dublin while I pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Trinity College Dublin.

During term, I work as lab assistant in the Monaghan Lab in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute. While, during the summer I spend my time as a lab assistant in the Costa Lab at Mt. Sinai.

Have a look at my previous work throughout this website and feel free to get in touch.

Research Experience
Publications

2019

Murphy, J. F., Mayourian, J., Stillitano, F., Munawar, S., Broughton, K. M., Agullo-Pascual, E., Sussman, M. A., Hajjar, R. J., Costa, K. D. & Turnbull, I. C. (2019). Adult human cardiac stem cell supplementation effectively increases contractile function and maturation in human engineered cardiac tissues. Stem Cell Res Ther 10, 373

[Abstract] Murphy, J. F., Mayourian, J., Stillitano, F., Munawar, S., Broughton, K. M., Sussman, M. A., Hajjar, R. J., Costa, K. D. & Turnbull, I. C. (2019). Cardiac Stem Cells from Failing Heart Improve Contractility of Engineered Human Myocardium. 2019 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. October 16-19, 2019

[Abstract] Salazar, S. I., Mayourian, J., Chionuma, H., Murphy, J., Costa, K. D. & Turnbull, I. C. (2019). Comparison of cell culturing conditions and extracellular vesicle preservation techniques to maximize cardioactive potency of the adult stem cell sectretome. Extracellular Vesicales in Diagnostics and Therapeutics Symposium. New York Academy of Sciences. February 19, 2019. Poster Presentation.

2018

[Abstract] Murphy, J. F., Mayourian, J., Salazar, S. I., Ceholski, D. K., Pothula, V. M., Stillitano, F., Dave, J., Broughton, K., Sussman, M., Hajjar, R. J., Costa, K. D. & Turnbull, I. C. (2018). Adult Human Cardiac Progenitor Cells Enhance Contractile Force in Human Engineered Cardiac Tissues. AHA Scientific Sessions 2018. Nov 12, 2018.

[Abstract] Turnbull, I. C., Murphy, J. F., Mayourian, J., Salazar, S. I., Ceholski, D. K., Pothula, V., Stillitano, F., Broughton, K., Sussman, M., Hajjar, R. J. & Costa, K. D. (2018). Heterocellular Coupling Mediates Pro-Contractile Effects Of Cardiac Progenitor Cells In Human Engineered Cardiac Tissue. International Society for Stem Cell Research. June 2018: 52-53

Turnbull, I. C., Mayourian, J., Murphy, J. F., Stillitano, F., Ceholski, D. K. & Costa, K. D. (2018). Cardiac Tissue Engineering Models of Inherited and Acquired Cardiomyopathies. Methods Mol Biol 1816: 145-159

Mayourian, J., Ceholski, D. K., Gorski, P. A., Mathiyalagan, P., Murphy, J. F., Salazar, S. I., Stillitano, F., Hare, J. M., Sahoo, S., Hajjar, R. J. & Costa, K. D. (2018). Exosomal microRNA-21-5p Mediates Mesenchymal Stem Cell Paracrine Effects on Human Cardiac Tissue Contractility. Circ Res 122(7): 933-944.

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