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Samir Ghadiali

  • Professor, Pulmonary, Crit Care, & Sleep
  • Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • 292 Bevis Hall
    1080 Carmack Road
    Columbus, OH 43210
  • 614-292-7742

About

Education

  • B.S., Chemical Eng., Cornell University, 1994
  • M.S., Biomedical Eng., Tulane University, 1998
  • Ph.D., Biomedical Eng., Tulane University, 2000

 

Key Honors and Distinctions

  • Lumley Interdisciplinary Research Award, College of Engineering, Ohio State University, 2015
  • Lumley Research Award, College of Engineering, Ohio State University, 2014
  • Herman Weed Excellence in Teaching Award, 2010
  • NSF CAREER Award, 2008-2013
  • NIH RO1 New Investigator Award, 2006-2011
  • Parker B. Francis Fellowship in Pulmonary Research, 2005-2008
  • Frank Hook Assistant Professorship in Bioengineering, 2005 – 2007
  • US National Committee on Biomechanics New Faculty Award, 2005
  • Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Post-doctoral Research Fellowship, 2001

 

RESEARCH AREAS – Ghadiali Respiratory Mechanobiology Laboratory

  • Cell Mechanics, Mechanobiology, Biofluid Mechanics, Fluid-Structure Interactions, Tissue Mechanics; Mechanobiology of Lung Injury and Inflammation; Multi-scale Modeling of Eustachian Tube Function; microRNA Biology and Cell/Tissue Engineering

 

  • PUBLICATIONS

http://www.researcherid.com/rid/C-5463-2012

 

  • PATENTS

Dr. Ghadiali’s laboratory uses a combination of engineering, mathematical and molecular biology tools to to identify the mechanobiological mechanisms responsible for various respiratory and pulmonary/critical care disorders. A major emphasis of the lab is the translation of basic scientific knowledge about how mechanical factors influence disease progression into novel therapeutic agents for several disorders including Otitis Media/Upper Respiratory Infections, Acute Lung Injury, Lung and Breast Cancer and Pulmonary Fibrosis. The laboratory conducts in-vitro, in-vivo and ex-vivo experiments and also develops multi-scale computational models of the respiratory system. Current focus areas for the lab included 1) Biomechanical Mechanisms of Upper Respiratory Disorders, 2) Mechanobiology of Cellular Injury and Inflammation during Mechanical Ventilation and 3) Biomechanical Mechanisms of Cancer Cell Metastasis. Dr. Ghadiali’s research has been/is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Pelotonia Cancer Research Program and the American Heart Association.

 

Honors

  • 20140501

    Lumley Research Award.

  • 20080201-20130201

    NSF CAREER Award.

  • 20060601-20110601

    NIH RO1 New Investigator Award.

  • 20100201

    Herman Weed Excellence in Teaching Award.

  • 20050601-20080601

    Parker B. Francis Fellowship in Pulmonary Research.

  • 20050101-20080101

    Frank Hook Assistant Professorship in Bioengineering.

  • 20050101

    US National Committee on Biomechanics New Faculty Award.

  • 20010101-20011201

    Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Post-doctoral Research Fellowship.

  • 19940801-19980801

    Louisiana Board of Regents Graduate Study Scholarship.

  • Chair of Respiratory Engineering Track at BMES Annual Meetings in 2009 and 2014.

Chapters

2013

  • 2013. "microRNAs and Inflammation, 2013." In MicroRNAs in Toxicology and Medicine, edited by Saura Sahu,
  • 2013. "MicroRNAs and Inflammation." In Micro-RNAs in Toxicology and Medicine, edited by Saura Sahu,

2011

  • 2011. "Mechanobiology and finite element analysis of cellular injury during microbubble flows." In Cellular and Biomolecular Mechanics and Mechanobiology, edited by Amit Gefen,

2008

  • 2008. "Computer Modeling in Otitis Media: Perspectives and Limits." In Chronic Otitis Media, Pathology -guided, Pathogenesis-oriented Therapeutic Management, edited by Bernard Ars,

Journal Articles

2015

  • Blackstone, B.N.; Li, R.; Ackerman, W.E.; Ghadiali, S.N. et al., 2015, "Myoferlin depletion elevates focal adhesion kinase and paxillin phosphorylation and enhances Cell-Matrix adhesion in breast cancer cells." American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology 308, no. 8, C642-C649 - C642-C649.

2014

  • Volakis, L.I.; Li, R.; Ackerman, W.E.; Mihai, C. et al., 2014, "Loss of myoferlin redirects breast cancer cell motility towards collective migration.." PloS one 9, no. 2, e86110 - e86110.
  • Volakis,Leonithas,I; Li,Ruth; Ackerman,William,E; Mihai,Cosmin; Bechel,Meagan; Summerfield,Taryn,L; Ahn,Christopher,S; Powell,Heather,M; Zielinski,Rachel; Rosol,Thomas,J; Ghadiali,Samir,N; Kniss,Douglas,A, 2014, "Loss of Myoferlin Redirects Breast Cancer Cell Motility towards Collective Migration.." PloS one 9, no. 2, e86110 - e86110.

2013

  • Ma,Xiaoyue; Schickel,Maureen,E; Stevenson,Mark,D; Sarang-Sieminski,Alisha,L; Gooch,Keith,J; Ghadiali,Samir,N; Hart,Richard,T, 2013, "Fibers in the Extracellular Matrix Enable Long-Range Stress Transmission between Cells." BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 104, no. 7, 1410-1418 - 1410-1418.

2012

  • Huang,Yan; Crawford,Melissa; Higuita-Castro,Natalia; Nana-Sinkam,Patrick; Ghadiali,Samir,N, 2012, "miR-146a regulates mechanotransduction and pressure-induced inflammation in small airway epithelium." FASEB JOURNAL 26, no. 8, 3351-3364 - 3351-3364.

2011

  • Mihai,Cosmin; Zielinski,Rachel; Bao,Shaoying; Knoell,Daren; Ghadiali,Samir, 2011, "PTEN signaling modulates lung epithelial cells migration and wound repair through changes in cellular mechanics." FASEB JOURNAL 25, unknown - unknown.
  • Mengistu, M., Brotzman, H., Ghadiali, S.N., Lowe-Krentz, L., 2011, "Fluid Shear Stress-Induced JNK Activity Leads to Actin Remodeling for Cell Alignment." Journal of Cell Physiology 1, no. 226, 110-121 - 110-121.

2010

  • Huang, Y., Haas, C., Ghadiali, S.N., 2010, "Influence of Transmural Pressure and Cytoskeletal Structure on NF-κB Activation in Respiratory Epithelial Cells." Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering 4, no. 3, 415-427 - 415-427.
  • Dailey, H.L., Ghadiali, S.N., 2010, "Influence of Power Law Rheology on Cell Injury During Microbubble Flows." Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 3, no. 9, 263-279 - 263-279.
  • Ghadiali, S.N., Bell, E.D., Swarts, J.D., 2010, "Timing of Tensor and Levator Veli Palatini Force Applications Determines Eustachian Tube Active Resistance Patterns during the Forced Response Test." Auris Nasus Larynx 6, no. 37, 720-729 - 720-729.
  • Sheer, F.J, Swarts, J.D., Ghadiali, S.N., 2010, "Finite Element Analysis of Eustachian Tube Function in Cleft Palate Infants Based on Histological Reconstructions." Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal 6, no. 47, 600-610 - 600-610.

2009

  • Ghadiali, S.N., 2009, "Invited Editorial: Making "Time" for Alveolar Recruitment." Journal of Applied Physiology no. 106, 751-752 - 751-752.
  • Yalcin, H.C., Hallow, K.M., Wang, J., Ou-Yang, H.D., Ghadiali, S.N., 2009, "Influence of Cytoskeletal Structure and Mechanics on Epithelial Cell Injury during Cyclic Airway Reopening." American Journal of Physiology: Lung Cell and Molecular Physiology 5, no. 297, L881-L891 - L881-L891.
  • Dailey, H.L., Ricles, L.M., Yalcin, H.C., Ghadiali, S.N., 2009, "Image-Based Finite Element Modeling of Alveolar Epithelial Cell Injury during Airway Reopening." Journal of Applied Physiology ?, no. 106, 221-232 - 221-232.

2008

  • Ghadiali, S.N. & Gaver, D.P., 2008, "Biomechanics of Liquid-Epithelium Interactions in Pulmonary Airways." Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology ?, no. 163, 232-243 - 232-243.
  • Wei, M.T., Zaorski, A., Yalcin, H.C., Wang, J., Hallow, M., Ghadiali, S.N., Chiou, A., Ou-Yang, H.D., 2008, "A Comparative Study of Living Cell Micromechanical Properties by Oscillatory Optical Tweezers." Optics Express ?, no. 16, 8594-8603 - 8594-8603.

2007

  • Dailey, H.L. & Ghadiali, S.N., 2007, "Fluid-Structure Analysis of Microparticle Transport in Deformable Pulmonary Alveoli." Journal of Aerosol Science ?, no. 38, 269-288 - 269-288.
  • Kent,Melodie,Jan Lynettee; Ghadiali,Samir; Marzillier,Jutta; Perry,Susan, 2007, "Effect of mechanical forces on surfactant protein expression in alveolar lung epithelial cells." FASEB JOURNAL 21, no. 5, A552-A552 - A552-A552.
  • Yalcin, H.C., Perry, S.F., Ghadiali, S.N., 2007, "Influence of Airway Diameter and Cell Confluence on Epithelial Cell Injury in an In-Vitro Model of Airway Reopening." Journal of Applied Physiology ?, no. 103, 1796-1807 - 1796-1807.

2002

  • Ghadiali,S; Swarts,J,D; Banks,J; Doyle,W,J, 2002, "Influence of lung surfactant on Eustachain tube mechanics." FASEB JOURNAL 16, no. 5, A1151-A1151 - A1151-A1151.

2000

  • Ghadiali, S.; Gaver, D., 2000, "Experimental and computational investigations of surfactant physicochemical behavior during pulmonary airway opening." Annals of Biomedical Engineering 28, no. SUPPL. 1,

1998

  • Ghadiali,S; Gaver,D,P, 1998, "Exogenous replacement surfactants reduce airway reopening stresses by interfacial remobilization." FASEB JOURNAL 12, no. 4, A171-A171 - A171-A171.

1997

  • Gaver, D.P.; Krueger, M.A.; Ghadiali, S.N., 1997, "The influence of surfactant physicochemical properties on pulmonary interfacial flow analogues." American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Bioengineering Division (Publication) BED 36, 41-42 - 41-42.

Presentations

  • "Using Alveolar Pneumocyte Self-Derived Exosomes to Modulate Lung Inflammatory Response." 2017, Presented at Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting,
  • "Guiding Tumor Cell Invasion using Non-soluble Cues in the Tumor Microenvironment." 2017, Presented at Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting,

Papers in Proceedings

2011

  • Zielinski, R.; Mihai, C.; Ghadiali, S. "Multi-scale modeling of cancer cell migration and adhesion during epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition." (12 2011).
  • Chen, X.; Ghadiali, S. "Computational model of microbubble flows during the reopening of airways." (12 2011).
  • Higuita-Castro, N.; Mihai, C.; Hansford, D.J.; Ghadiali, S.N. "In-vitro model of the microscale alveolar environment." (12 2011).
  • Sheer, F.J.; Ghadiali, S.N. "Computational analysis of adhesion dynamics in the eustachian tube during inflammatory otitis media." (12 2011).

2010

  • Mihai, C.; Bao, S.; Knoell, D.; Ghadiali, S.N. "Influence Of PTEN Inhibition On The Biomechanical Mechanisms Responsible For Rapid Cell Migration And Wound Repair." (1 2010).

2005

  • Capozzi, M.T.; Swarts, J.D.; Ghadiali, S. "Influence of molecular adhesion on flow phenomena in a collapsed respiratory airway: A multi-scale analysis." (12 2005).
  • Bluestone, C.D.; Alper, C.M.; Buchman, C.A.; Felding, J.U. et al. "Eustachian tube, middle ear, and mastoid anatomy; physiology, pathophysiology, and pathogenesis." (1 2005).
  • Dailey, H.L.; Ghadiali, S.N. "Fluid-structure analysis of convective and diffusive particle transport in pulmonary alveoli." (12 2005).

2001

  • Ghadiali, S.N.; Federspiel, W.J.; Douglas Swarts, J.; Doyle, W.J. "Measurement of Eustachian tube mechanical properties using a modified forced response test." (12 2001).
  • Gaver, D.P.; Ghadiali, S.N.; Williams, H.A.R.; Halpern, D. "Pulmonary surfactant transport in steady and unsteady flows." (12 2001).

1999

  • Ghadiali, S.N.; Gaver, D.P. "Influence of bulk surfactant transport on airway reopening." (12 1999).

Unknown

  • Hostnik, E.T.; Ham, K.; Ghadiali, S.; Habing, G. et al. "Quantification of Airflow Resistance by Computed Tomography in English Bulldogs Before and After Airway Surgery." in 2017 ACVS Surgery Summit.