Rebecca Irwin

irwin327x327B.S. in Bioengineering,
Binghamton University, 2015


Rebecca is a fourth year PhD student studying the mechanical behavior of repaired cartilage by assessing the integration of repaired and native cartilage after autologous chondrocyte implantation.





  • Lu, L., Irwin, R. M., Coloma, M. A., Schertzer, J. W., & Chiarot, P. R. (2015). Removal of excess interfacial material from surface-modified emulsions using a microfluidic device with triangular post geometry. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics18(5-6), 1233-1246.


Rebecca is from Webster, NY and attended Binghamton University for her undergraduate degree in bioengineering where she was also a member of the club field hockey team. She enjoys playing intramural sports, hiking, and traveling. She is currently vice president of BMES.


Related Web Pages

Optical measurements of local strains allows for microscale adhesion analysis at cartilage repair interface

Measurements of local strains demonstrates distinct tribological phenotypes of arthritic synovial fluid and efficacy of viscosupplementation

Orthopedic Research Society Conference 2019 Abstracts

The Clot Thickens: Autologous Fibrin Sealants Adhere to Articular Cartilage and Show Distinct Changes in Mechanics Based on Fibrinogen Concentration

Measurements of Local Strains Allows for Detection of Distinct Tribological Phenotypes of Arthritic Synovial Fluid and Efficacy of Viscosupplementation