Daniel Engebretson

Daniel Engebretson

Chair, Biomedical Engineering

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM

BME PROGRAM 221

Phone: (605) 275-7475

Email: Daniel.Engebretson@usd.edu

Research Interests:

Materials for biomedical diagnostics


Education:

  • Ph D, Physical Chemistry, Michigan State University, 1998

Research:

  • Isolation of ganglioside GM1, Glycoscience Research Incorporated, (2017 - 2018)

Grants:

  • Center for Engineered Biomedical Devices, Armed Forces Institute for Renerative Medicine. Grant Role: Principal.

Publications:

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  • Anderson, Jordan A., Lammichanne, Sujan, Vierhout, Thomas, and Engebretson, Daniel. Determining the Cross-Talk between Smooth Muscle Cells and Macrophages on a Cobalt-Chromium Stent Material Surface using an In Vitro Post-Implantation Co-Culture Model. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 2017.
  • Anderson, Jordan A., Lamichhane, Sujan, Vierhout, Thomas, Sherman, Andrea, Engebretson, Daniel, Pohlson, Kathryn, Remund, Tyler, and Kelly, Patirck. In vitro particulate and in vivo drug retention of a novel polyethylene oxide formulation for drug-coated balloons. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 2017.
  • Baride, Aravind, Engebretson, Daniel, Berry, Mary, and May, Stanley. Quenching of coumarin emission by CdSe and CdSe/ZnS quantum dots: Implications for fluorescence reporting. Journal of Luminescence, 2013.

Presentations:

  • Engebretson, Daniel. Perspectives from the Dakotas. Presented at the SBIR/STTR & Commercialization of University Innovations, Washington, DC. (February 5, 2014)
  • Hawkinson, David, May, Stanley, Engebretson, Daniel, Burum, Brandon, Baride, Avavind. Two?photon uncaging of coumarin from cinnamate?coated CdSe quantum dots as a model drug delivery system.. Presented at the 45th Midwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Wichita, KS. (October 19, 2010)