Prabhas V. Moghe

Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Distinguished Professor

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Office:Old Queens-Suite 207
Website:Prabhas V. Moghe, PhD


  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Bioengineering, Harvard Medical School, 1993-1995
  • PhD, Chemical Engineering (Bioengineering specialty), University of Minnesota, 1993
  • BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Bombay, India, 1988


  • Distinguished Professorship at Rutgers University (2013)
  • International Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering, World Biomaterials Congress (conferred in China, 2012)
  • First School of Engineering Faculty of the Year Award, School of Engineering (2012)
  • Fellow, Institute for Business, Engineering, Science and Technology, Rutgers (2008)
  • Engineering Governing Council, Excellence In Teaching Award (2008)
  • Leadership in Diversity Award, Rutgers University (2006)
  • Fellow, American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (2004)
  • National Science Foundation IGERT Award (2003)
  • Future Leaders in Biomedical Engineering, Leadership Program, Whitaker Foundation (2003)
  • Teaching Excellence Award from Chemical Engineering Department, Rutgers (2001)
  • Rutgers FASIP Award for Teaching, Research, and Service - Ranked First in the Department (1999)
  • American Heart Association Grant-in-Aid Award (1999)
  • Johnson and Johnson Discovery Award (1998)
  • Rutgers University Teaching Fellow (1998)
  • National Science Foundation CAREER Award (1998)
  • Integra Young Faculty Excellence Award (1998)
  • ConvaTec/Bristol Myers Squibb Young Professor Award (1998)
  • Hoechst Celanese Innovative Research Award (1997-98)
  • Merck Exploratory Research Award (1997-99)
  • Charles and Johanna Busch Biomedical Research Award (1996-98)
  • Whitaker Foundation Biomedical Engineering Research Grant and Transitional Award (1996-2000)

Professional Affiliations

Dr. Moghe's research leadership roles include: Vice-Chair of Biomedical Engineering, Principal Investigator and Director on the NSF-sponsored IGERT program at Rutgers on Integratively EngineeredBiointerfaces (2003-) and Integrated Science & Engineering of Stem Cells (2008-13) and PI/Director of a Nanoscale Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT) (2006-2012); Director of Rutgers-UMDNJ Joint Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering (2007-2010); CORE PI for NIH-sponsored Integrated Research Center on Polymeric Biomaterials (2003-2018); School of Engineering Diversity Champion for the NE-AGEP (2005-). Previously he has served as Undergraduate Program Director in Biomedical Engineering (2000-2002) and Director of the New Jersey Confocal Microscopy and Cell Culture Facility for Biomaterials, first established in 1996. He was appointed as graduate faculty member of the Graduate Program in Cell and Developmental Biology (Molecular Biosciences) at Rutgers in 1998.  Since 2008, Dr. Moghe was appointed as Adjunct Professor of Surgery, Division of Bioengineering, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Research Interests

High Dimensional Biology Profiling of Cell-Material Interactions

Nanobiomaterials and Nanobiointerfaces

Selected Publications



  1. Carlson AL, Bennett N, Francis N, Halikere A, Clarke S, Moore JC, Paradiso K, Hart R, Pang ZP, and Moghe PV.  Direct conversion of human induced pluripotent stem cells to functional neurons by a single defined factor in 3-D fibrous polymer scaffolds. In Preparation.
  2. Liu E, Vega SL, Kulesa A, Bushman J, Sung HJ, Becker ML, Treiser MD, and Moghe PV.  High-Content Nuclear Profiling and Parsing of Stem Cell Phenotypes. In Preparation.
  3. Kim JG, Silagi E, Becker ML, Verzi, M, Moghe PV et al. High dimensional organization mapping of chromatin for parsing stem cell phenotypes and plasticity. In Preparation.
  4. Tomasini M, Martin A, Murthy S, Uhrich KE, Welsh W, Moghe PV.  Probing the Lipid Membrane Interactions of Amphiphilic Polymers with Carbohydrate Backbones and Tunable Chemistry. In Preparation.
  5. Petersen LP, Lewis DR, York AW, Uhrich KE, Prud’homme RK, and Moghe PV.  Nanolipoblockers arrest atherosclerosis in vivoIn Preparation.


  1. Faig A, Petersen LK, Moghe PV, and Uhrich KE.  Impact of Hydrophobic Chain Composition on Amphiphilic Macromolecule Antiatherogenic Bioactivity.  Biomacromolecules (In Press). (2014).
  2. Cherry J, Bushman J, Schachner M, Moghe PV.  Neural Stem Cell Adhesion and Differentation on Polymeric Substrates is Influenced by Cooperative Display of L1 and N-cadherin.  Acta Biomaterialiapii: S1742-7061(14)00248-7. doi: 10.1016/j.actbio.2014.06.001. (2014).
  3. Petersen LP, York AY, Lewis DR, Ahuja S, Uhrich KE, Prud’homme R, and Moghe PV.  Modular Nanolipoblockers for Tunable Scavenger Receptor Inhibition:  Therapeutic Biomaterials for the Management of Atherosclerosis.  Molecular Pharmaceutics Aug 4;11(8):2815-24. (2014).
  4. Landers J, Turner J, Heden G, Carlson A, Bennett NK, Moghe PV, and Neimark A.  Carbon Nanotube Composite Scaffolds as Multifunctional Substrates for In Situ Actuation of Differentiation of Human Neural Stem Cells.  Advanced Health Care Materials   doi: 10.1002/adhm.201400042 (2014).
  5. Vidi P, Liu J, Jayaraman S, Dorfman G, Salles D, Gray M, Abad P, Moghe PV, Irudayaraj MK, Wiesmuller L, and Lelievre SA.  The Nuclear Mitotic Apparatus Protein (NuMA) is essential for the accumulation of the ISWI ATPase SNF2h at DNA breaks. Nucleic Acids Res. 2014 Apr 20. [Epub ahead of print]  PMID: 24753406 (2014).
  6. Naczynski D, Tan MC, Riman R, and Moghe PV.  Rare Earth Nanoprobes for Functional Biomolecular Imaging and Theranostics.  J. Materials Chemistry B.  2(20):2958-2973 (2014).
  7. Naczynski D, Tan MC, Zevon M, Wall B, Kohl J, Kulesa A, Chen S, Riman R, Roth CM, and Moghe PV.  Rare-earth doped nanoparticles as bioactive probes for shortwave infrared in vivo imaging. Nature Communications 4:2199. doi: 10.1038/ncomms3199. (2013).
  8. Lewis DR, Kholodovych V, Tomasini MD, Abdelhamid D, Petersen LP, Uhrich KE, Welsh WJ, and Moghe PV.  In Silico Design of Anti-Atherogenic Biomaterials: Structure-Activity Models ofAmphiphilic Macromolecules.  Biomaterials 34(32):7950-9 (2013).
  9. Poree D, Zablocki K, Moghe PV, and Uhrich KE.  Nanoscale Amphiphilic Macromolecules with Variable Lipophilicity and Stereochemistry Modulate Inhibition of Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein Uptake.   Biomacromolecules 14(8):2463-9. (2013).
  10. Tan MC, Naczynski D, Moghe PV, and Riman RE.  Engineering the design of brightly emitting nanostructured photonic composites.  Australian J. Chemistry 66: 1008-1020 (2013).
  11. Lee YJ, Vega S, Patel PJ, Aamer KH, Moghe PV, and Cicerone M.  Label-free optical classification of differentiation lineages of human mesenchymal stem cells by broadband coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy. Tissue Engineering Methods C. PMID: 24224876 (2013).
  12. Tomasini MD, Moghe PV, and Tomassone SM.  Coarse Grained Molecular Dynamics of Engineered Macromolecules for the Inhibition of Oxidized Low Density Lipoprotein Uptake by Macrophage Scavenger Receptors. Biomacromolecules 14(8):2499-509. (2013).
  13. Swarnapalli I, Paladini BJ, Nacynski DJ, Moghe PV and Fabris L.  Dimeric Gold Nanoparticle Assemblies as Tags for SERS-Based Cancer Detection.  Advanced HealthCare Materials (2(10):1370-6. (2013).
  14. Cui MJ, Zevon M, Naczynski D, Roth CM, and Moghe PV.  Multifunctional Albumin Nanocarriers for Co-operative, Intratumoral Delivery:  Advanced Healthcare Materials (2(9):1236-45. (2013).
  15. Vega S, Liu E, Parth PJ, Kulesa A, Yanrui M, Becker M, Moghe PV.  High Content Imaging-Based Screening of Microenvironment-Induced Changes in Stem Cells.  J. Biomolec. Screen.  17: 1151-62 (2012).
  16. Carlson AL, Florek CA, Kim JJ, Neubauer T, Moore JC, Cohen RI, Kohn J, Grumet M and Moghe PV.  Microfibrous substrate geometry as a critical trigger for organization, self-renewal, and differentiation of human embryonic stem cells within synthetic 3-dimensional microenvironments.  FASEB J. 26: 3240-51 (2012).
  17. Cherry JF, Carlson AL, Benarba FL, Verma D, Loers G, Kohn J, Schachner M and Moghe PV.  Oriented, Multimeric Biointerfaces of the L1 Cell Adhesion Molecule: An Approach to Enhance Neuronal and Neural Stem Cell Functions on 2-D and 3-D Polymer Substrates.  Biointerphases.  7: 22 (2012).
  18. York AW, Zablocki KR, Lewis DR, Gu L, Uhrich KE, Prud’homme RK and Moghe PV. Kinetically Assembled Nanoparticles of Bioactive Macromolecules Exhibit Enhanced Stability and Cell-Targeted Biological Efficacy. Advanced Materials. 24:733-9. (2012).
  19. Moore RN, Cherry J, Grumet M, and Moghe PV.  E-cadherin expressing feeder cells promote restriction of neural lineage of human embryonic stem cells.  Stem Cells Dev. 21: 30-41 (2012).
  20. Vidi PA, Chandramouly G, Gray M, Wang L, Liu E, Kim JJ, Roukos V, Bissell MJ, Moghe PV and Lelièvre SA.  Interconnected Contribution of Tissue Morphogenesis and the Nuclear Protein NuMAto DNA Damage Response.  J. Cell Science.  125:350-61 (2012).
  21. Hehir S, Plourde NM, Poree DE, Welsh WJ, Moghe PV and Uhrich KE.  Carbohydrate Composition of Amphiphilic Macromolecules Influences Physicochemical Properties and Binding toAtherogenic Scavenger Receptor A. Acta Biomaterialia 8: 3956-62 (2012).
  22. Gu L, Zablocki K, Lavelle L, Bodnar S, Halperin F, Harper I, Moghe PV and Uhrich KE.  Impact of ionizing radiation on physicochemical and biological properties of an amphiphilic macromolecule.Polymer Degradation and Stability.  96: 1686-89 (2012).
  23. Iverson NM, Plourde NM, Sparks SM, Wang J, Patel EN, Shah PS, Lewis DR, Zablocki KR, Nackman GB, Uhrich KE and Moghe PV.  Dual use of amphiphilic macromolecules as cholesterol efflux triggers and inhibitors of macrophage athero-inflammation.  Biomaterials. 32: 8319-27 (2011).
  24. Sharma RI, Schwarzbauer JE, and Moghe PV.  Nanomaterials can dynamically steer cell responses to biological ligands.  Small 7: 242-51 (2011). 
  25. Lewis DR, Kamisoglu K, York AW and Moghe PV. Polymer-based therapeutics: nanoassemblies and nanoparticles for management of atherosclerosis. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Nanomed Nanobiotechnol.23(4):400-20 (2011).
  26. McNamara LE, Sjöström T, Kim JJ, Liu E, Gordonov S, Moghe PV, Meek RM, Oreffo RO, Su B, Dalby MJ.  Skeletal stem cell physiology on functionally distinct titania nanotopographies.  Biomaterials.32:7403-10 (2011).
  27. Liu E, Gordonov S, Treiser MD, and Moghe PV.  Parsing the early cytoskeletal and nuclear organizational cues that demarcate stem cell lineages.  Cell Cycle 9: 2108-2117 (2010).
  28. Iverson NM, Sparks SM, Demirdirek B, Uhrich KE and Moghe PV.  Controllable inhibition of cellular uptake of oxidized low-density lipoprotein: Structure-function relationships for nanoscaleamphiphilic polymers.  Acta Biomaterialia.  6: 3081-91 (2010).
  29. Naczynski D, Andelman T, Riman RI, Roth CM and Moghe PV. Albumin Nanoshell Encapsulation of Near Infrared Excitable Rare Earth Nanoparticles Enhances Biocompatibility and Enables Targeted Cell Imaging.  Small.  6:1631-40 (2010).
  30. Sung HJ, Luk A, Murthy NS, Liu E, Jois M, Joy A, Bushman J, Moghe PV and Kohn J. Poly(ethylene glycol) as a sensitive regulator of cell survival fate on polymeric biomaterials: the interplay of cell adhesion and pro-oxidant signaling mechanisms.  Soft Matter6, 5196-5205 (2010).
  31. Treiser MD, Yang E, Gordonov S, Cohen DM, Androulakis IP, Kohn J, Chen CS, and Moghe PV.  Cytoskeleton-based forecasting of stem cell lineages. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  107: 610-615 (2010).
  32. Johnson PA, Luk A, Demtchouk A, Patel H, Sung H-J, Treiser MD, Gordonov S, Sheihet L, Bolikal D, Kohn J and Moghe PV.  Incorporation of Anionic Charge, Poly(ethylene glycol), and Iodinated Tyrosine within Tyrosine-derived Polycarbonates:  Effects on Smooth Muscle Cell Adhesion, Proliferation, and Motility.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 93: 505-514 (2010).
  33. Rossi MP, Xu J, Schwarzbauer J, Moghe PV.  Plasma-micropatterning of albumin nanoparticles: Substrates for enhanced cell-interactive display of ligands.  Biointerphases 5: 105-13 (2010).
  34. Andelman T, Gordonov S, Busto G, Moghe PV and Riman R.  Synthesis and Cytotoxicity of Y2O3 nanoparticles of varied morphologies.  Nanoscale Res. Lett.  5: 263-273 (2010).
  35. Moore RN and Moghe PV. Expedited Growth Factor-Mediated  Specification of Human Embryonic Stem Cells Toward the Hepatic Lineage.  Stem Cell Research 3: 51-62 (2009).
  36. Liu E, Treiser MD, Patel H, Sung HJ, Roskov KE, Kohn J, Becker ML and Moghe PV. High-content profiling of cell responsiveness to graded substrates based on combinatorially variant polymers.Combinatorial Chemistry and High. Throughput Screening.  12: 646-55 (2009).
  37. Sung HJ, Chandra P, Treiser MD, Liu E, Iovine CP, Moghe PV and Kohn J.  Synthetic polymeric substrates as potent pro-oxidant versus anti-oxidant regulators of cytoskeletal remodeling and cell apoptosis.   J. Cell Physiol. 218(3):549-57 (2009).
  38. Briggs T, Treiser MD, Kohn J, Moghe PV and Arinzeh T. Osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells on poly(ethylene glycol)-variant biomaterials.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 91A: 975-984 (2009).
  39. Plourde NM, Kortagere S, Welsh W and Moghe PV.  Structure-Activity Relations of Nanolipoblockers with Atherogenic Domain of Human Receptor Scavenger Receptor A.  Biomacromolecules  10: 1381-91 (2009).
  40. Moore RN, Dasgupta A, Rajaei N, Yarmush ML, Toner M, Larue L and Moghe PV. Enhanced differentiation of embryonic stem cells using co-cultivation with hepatocytes.  Biotechnol. Bioeng. 101: 1332-1343 (2008).
  41. Sharma RI, Shreiber DI and Moghe PV.  Nanoscale size of substrates for matrix ligand display is integral to the degree of fibronectin matrix assembly in fibroblasts.  Tissue Engineering 14: 1273-50 (2008).
  42. Iverson N, Plourde N, Chnari E, Nackman GB and Moghe PV. Convergence of nanotechnology and cardiovascular medicine: progress and emerging prospects.  BioDrugs.  22: 1-10 (2008).
  43. Pereira M, Penkala R, Gentzel T, Sharma RI, Schwarzbauer JE and Moghe PV. Engineered Cell-adhesive Nanoparticles Nucleate Extracellular Matrix Assembly, Tissue Engineering 13: 567-78 (2007).
  44. Anthony LJ, Palius MF, Mahr CA and Moghe PV. Using Discourse Analysis to Study a Cross-Disciplinary Learning Community: Insights from an IGERT Training Program.  J. Engineering Education.  96: 141-156 (2007).
  45. Liu E, Johnson PA, Treiser MD, Patel P, Dubin R, Kohn J and Moghe PV. Quantitative biorelevant profiling of material microstructure within 3-D porous scaffolds via multiphoton fluorescence microscopy.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 82: 284-297 (2007).
  46. Wang JZ, Plourde N, Iverson N, Moghe PV and Uhrich KE. Nanoscale amphiphilic macromolecules as lipoprotein inhibitors: the role of charge and architecture.  Int. J. Nanomed.  2: 697-705 (2007).
  47. Treiser MD, Liu E, Dubin RA, Sung HJ, Kohn J and Moghe PV.  Profiling cell-biomaterial interactions via cell-based fluororeporter imaging.  Biotechniques 43: 361-6 (2007).
  48. Chnari E, Wang JZ, Uhrich KE and Moghe PV.  Anionic Nanoscale Substrates Selectively Inhibit Cellular Uptake of Differentially Oxidized Low Density Lipoproteins, Biomacromolecules. 7: 597-563 (2006).
  49. Sharma RI, Pereira M, Schwarzbauer JE and Moghe PV.  Cell-Adhesive Albumin Nanocarriers for Enhanced Display of Matrix Ligands and Cell Motility, Biomaterials 27: 3589-98 (2006).
  50. Chnari E, Nikitczuk J, Wang JZ, Uhrich KE and Moghe PV.  Engineered Polymeric Nanoparticles for Receptor-Targeted Blockage of Oxidized Low Density Lipoprotein Uptake and Atherogenesis in Macrophages, Biomacromolecules 7: 1796-805 (2006).
  51. Semler EJ, Ranucci CS and Moghe PV.  Tissue Assembly Guided via Substrate Biophysics:  Applications to Hepatocellular Engineering. Advances in Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology102:1-46 (2006).
  52. Bae YH, Johnson PA, Florek C, Kohn J and Moghe PV.  Minute changes in composition of polymer substrates produce amplified differences in cell adhesion and motility via optimal ligand conditioning.  Acta Biomaterialia, 2: 473-482 (2006).
  53. Moghe PV and Roth CM.  Multidisciplinary graduate curriculum on integrative biointerfacial engineering, Chemical Engineering Education 40 (4): 251-258 (2006).
  54. Semler EJ, Dasgupta A and Moghe PV. Cytomimetic Engineering of Hepatocyte Morphogenesis and Function by Substrate-Based Presentation of Acellular E-cadherin. Tissue Engineering 11: 734-750 (2005).
  55. Chnari E, Bazargan-Lari H, Tian L, Uhrich KE and Moghe PV. Nanoscale Anionic Macromolecules for Selective Retention of Low Density Lipoproteins. Biomaterials 26:3749-3758 (2005).
  56. Semler EJ, Dasgupta A and Moghe PV. Engineering Hepatocellular Morphogenesis and Function via Ligand-Presenting Hydrogels with Graded Mechanical Compliance. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 89: 296-307 (2005).
  57. Rosenson-Schloss RS, Chnari E, Brieva TA, Dang A and Moghe PV. Glutathione Preconditioning Attenuates Ac-LDL Induced Macrophage Apoptosis via Protein Kinase-C Dependent Ac-LDL Trafficking.  Experimental Biology and Medicine 230:40-48 (2005).
  58. Dasgupta A, Hughey R, Lancin P, Yarmush ML, Toner M, Larue L and Moghe PV.  E-cadherin synergistically induces hepatospecific phenoypte and maturation of embryonic stem cells in conjunction with hepatotrophic factors. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 92: 257-66 (2005).
  59. Brieva TA and Moghe PV, Engineering the Hepatocyte Differentiation/Proliferation Balance by Acellular Cadherin Micropresentation.  Tissue Eng. 10: 553-564 (2004).
  60. Sharma RI, Kohn J and Moghe PV.  Poly(ethylene glycol) enhances cell motility on protein-based PEG-polycarbonate substrates: a mechanism for cell-guided ligand remodeling.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res., 69A: 114-23 (2004).
  61. Brieva TA and Moghe PV.  Exogenous cadherin microdisplay can interfere with endogenous signaling and reprogram gene expression in cultured hepatocytes.  Biotechnol. Bioeng. 85: 359-369 (2004).
  62. Schloss RS, Chang CC and Moghe PV.  Alteration of leukocyte migration on prosthetic material, ePTFE, under flow: Role of CD43, an adhesion regulator molecule. Journal of Biomed. Mater. Res  60: 8-19 (2002).
  63. Tjia JS, and Moghe PV  Regulation of cell motility on polymer substrates via 'dynamic', cell internalizable, ligand microinterfaces.  Tissue Eng. 8: 247-259 (2002)
  64. Tjia JS and Moghe PV. Cell migration on “cell-internalizable” ligand microdepots: A phenomenological model.  Ann. Biomed. Eng., 30: 851-866 (2002).
  65. Ranucci CS and Moghe PV.  Substrate microtopography can enhance cell adhesive and motile responsiveness to substrate ligand concentration.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res. 54:149-161 (2001).
  66. Brieva T and Moghe PV.  Functional engineering of hepatocytes via heterocellular presentation of a homoadhesion molecule, E-cadherin.  Biotechnol. Bioeng. 76:295-302 (2001).
  67. Semler EJ and Moghe PV.  Engineering hepatocyte functional fate through growth factor dynamics: Role of cell morphologic priming.   Biotechnol. Bioeng. 75:510-520 (2001).
  68. Chang CC, Schloss RS and Moghe PV. Quantitative Analysis of the Regulation of Leukocyte Chemosensory Migration by a Vascular Prosthetic Biomaterial.  J. Mater. Sci. Mater. Med. 11:337-344 (2000).
  69. Tziampazis E, Kohn J and Moghe PV.  PEG-variant biomaterials as selectively adhesive protein templates: Model surfaces for controlled cell adhesion and migration. Biomaterials 21: 511-520 (2000).
  70. Ranucci CS, Kumar A, Batra SN and Moghe PV.  Control of Hepatocyte Function on Collagen Foams: Sizing Matrix Pores for Selective Induction of 2-D and 3-D Morphogenesis.  Biomaterials 21: 783-793 (2000).
  71. Semler EJ, Ranucci CS and Moghe PV.  Mechanochemical manipulation of hepatocyte aggregation can selectively induce or repress liver-specific function.  Biotech. Bioeng.  69: 359-369 (2000).
  72. Chang CC, Schloss RS and Moghe PV. Leukocyte chemosensory migration on prosthetic vascular material is mediated by a beta 2 integrin chain.  Biomaterials. 21: 2305-2313 (2000).
  73. Chang CC, Lieberman S and Moghe PV.  Leukocyte Spreading Behavior on ePTFE: Consequences of Chemotactic Stimulation.  Biomaterials 20: 273-281 (1999).
  74. Schloss RS, Vitolo J and Moghe PV.  Flow-mediated Stress Response Induction in Adherent Leukocytes is Accompanied by Modulation of Both Morphology and Phagocytic Functions.  J. Cellular Eng. 36: 1-7 (1999).
  75. Ranucci CS and Moghe PV. Polymer Substrate Topography Actively Regulates the Multicellular Organization and Liver-Specific Functions of Cultured Hepatocytes.  Tissue Engineering 5:407-419 (1999).
  76. Tjia JS, Aneskievich B and Moghe PV.  Substrate-associated collagen and cell-secreted fibronectin concertedly induce cell migration on poly(lactide-co-glycolide) substrates.  Biomaterials 20:2223-2233 (1999).
  77. Tjia JS and Moghe PV.  Analysis of the 3-D Microstructure of Porous Poly(lactide-glycolide) Matrices Using Confocal Microscopy.  J. Biomed. Mater. Res. (Appl. Biomat.) 43: 291-299 (1998).
  78. Moghe PV, Ezzell RM Tompkins RG and Yarmush ML. Role of beta-1 integrin distribution in morphology and functions of collagen-sandwiched hepatocytes.  Tissue Engineering  3(1): 1-16 (1997).
  79. Moghe PV, Coger R, Toner M, Tompkins RG and Yarmush ML.  Cell-cell Interactions Are Essential for Maintenance of Hepatocyte Function in Collagen Gel But Not on Matrigel.  Biotech. Bioeng. 56:706-711 (1997).
  80. Coger R, Toner M, Moghe PV and Yarmush ML. Hepatocyte Aggregation and Reorganization of EHS Matrix Gel.  Tissue Engineering 3(4): 375-390 (1997).
  81. Semler EJ, Tjia JS and Moghe PV.  Analysis of Surface Microtopography of Biodegradable Polymer Matrices Using Confocal Reflection Microscopy.  Biotechnol. Prog  13(3): 630-634 (1997).
  82. Moghe PV, Berthiaume F, Ezzell RM, Toner M, Tompkins RG and Yarmush ML.  The role of culture matrix configuration and composition in maintenance of hepatocyte polarity and function. Biomaterials.  17: 373-385 (1996)
  83. Berthiaume F, Moghe PV, Toner M, Tompkins RG and Yarmush ML.  Effect of extracellular matrix topology on cell structure, function, and physiological responsiveness: hepatocytes cultured in a sandwich configuration. FASEB J. 10: 1471-1484 (1996)
  84. Moghe PV, Nelson RD and Tranquillo RT.  Cytokine-stimulated chemotaxis of human neutrophils in a three-dimensional conjoined fibrin gel assay. J. Immunol. Meth. 180: 193-211 (1995)
  85. Moghe PV and Tranquillo RT.  Stochasticity in membrane-localized "ligand-receptor-G protein" binding: Consequences for leukocyte movement behavior. Ann. Biomed. Eng. 23(3): 257-67 (1995)
  86. Moghe PV and Tranquillo RT.  Stochastic Model of Chemoattractant-Receptor Dynamics in Leukocyte Chemosensory Movement, Bull. Math. Biol.  56: 1041- 1093  (1994)