Dr Thierry Savin

University of Cambridge

University departments
Department of Engineering

Position: Lecturer
Personal home page: http://savinlab.eng.cam.ac.uk

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Dr Thierry Savin is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.

Research description

My research group develops methods to study the dynamics and mechanics of living matter. Our current interests include organogenesis in the developing embryo, models and measurements of tissue growth, or diseases that alter blood flow. Our expertise combines both theoretical (statistical and soft matter physics, thermodynamics) and experimental (rheology, microfabrication, microfluidics) approaches, to assess the role of physical forces and flows in biological processes.

Research Programme or Virtual Institute
Early Cancer Institute
Methods and technologies
Computational modelling
Fluorescence microscopy
Statistical analysis
Tumour type interests
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Key publications

Savin T., Bandi M.M. & Mahadevan L. Pressure-driven occlusive flow of a confined red blood cell, Soft Matter 12:562 (2016)
Savin T., Briels W.J. & Öttinger H.C. Thermodynamic formulation of flowing soft matter with transient forces, Rheol. Acta 52:23 (2013)
Peleg O., Savin T., Kolmakov G.V., Salib I.G., Balazs A.C., Kröger M. & Vogel V. Fibers with integrated mechanochemical switches: minimalistic design principles derived from fibronectin, Biophys. J. 103:1909 (2012)
Savin T., Shyer A.E. & Mahadevan L. A method for tensile tests of biological tissues at the mesoscale, J. App. Phys. 111:074704 (2012)
Savin T., Kurpios N.A., Shyer A.E., Florescu P., Liang H., Mahadevan L. & Tabin C.J. On the growth and form of the gut, Nature 476:57 (2011)
Savin T. & Doyle P.S. Electrostatically-tuned rate of peptide self-assembly resolved by multiple particle tracking, Soft Matter 3:1194 (2007)
Savin T. & Doyle P.S. Static and dynamic errors in particle tracking microrheology, Biophys. J. 88:623 (2005)