Jurney, Patrick

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Assistant Professor

Email

Preferred: patrick.jurney@sjsu.edu

Telephone

Preferred: 408-924-3921

Office Hours

Mon 1:30 - 2:30 PM; Tue 3:00 - 4:00PM

Office 

ENG 233L
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0085

Education

  • B.S. (Mechanical Engineering, University of Portland, Portland, OR)
  • M.S. (Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX)
  • Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX)

Bio

Academic Appointments 

  • Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, SJSU
  • NIH T-32 Postdoctoral Fellow (Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR)

Honors and Awards 

  • David Bruton, Jr. Graduate School Fellowship (UT Austin)
  • NSF GRFP Honorable Mention
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Presidential Scholar
  • NCAA All-West Region Academic All American (2X)
  • The Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Student (University of Portland)

Teaching Interests

  • Foundations of Biomedical Engineering
  • Biomicrofluidics
  • Biomedical Transport Phenomena

Research and Scholarly Interests

  • Cardiovascular Biomaterials 
  • Biomicrofluidics 
  • Biomedical Transport Phenomena
  • Nanoparticle Drug Delivery 

Selected Publications (ORCID)

Google Scholar Page

  1. Jurney, P.*; Parthiban, S. P.*; Athirasala, A.; Franca, C; Tahayeri, A.; Menezes, P.;
    Bertassoni, L., (2019) ‘3D Bioprinting of Blood Vessels and Vascular Networks: Progress and Challenges Toward Biofabrication of Functional Vascularized Tissues and Organs’,
    Emerging Technologies for Biofabrication and Biomanufacturing. World Scientific Publishing.(2019)
  2. Jurney, P.; Anderson, D.; Pohan, G.; Yim, E.; Hinds, M., Reactive ion plasma
    modification of poly(vinyl-alcohol) increases primary endothelial cell affinity and reduces
    thrombogenicity Macromolecular Bioscience 18(9) (2018)
  3. Jurney, P.; Agarwal, R.; Singh, V.; Roy, K.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Shi, L., Unique Size and
    Shape-Dependent Uptake Behaviors of Non-Spherical Nanoparticles by Endothelial
    Cells due to a Shearing Flow Journal of Controlled Release 245, 170–176 (2017).
  4. Jurney, P.; Agarwal, R.; Roy, K.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Shi, L., Size-Dependent Nanoparticle
    Uptake by Endothelial Cells in a Capillary Flow System Journal of Nanotechnology in
    Engineering and Medicine 6(1) 011007 (2015)
  5. Jurney, P.; Agarwal, R.; Singh, V.; Roy, K.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Shi, L., Size-Dependent
    Nanoparticle Margination and Adhesion Propensity in a Microchannel. Journal of
    Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine 4(3) 031002 (2013)
  6. Agarwal, R.; Singh, V.; Jurney, P.; Shi, L.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Roy, K., Mammalian Cells
    Prefer Nanodiscs over Nanorods and Use Shape-specific Uptake Mechanisms. PNAS
    110 17247-17252 (2013) 
  7. Agarwal, R.; Singh, V.; Jurney, P.; Shi, L.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Roy, K., Scalable Imprinting of Shape-Specific Polymeric Nanocarriers Using a Release Layer of Switchable Water Solubility. ACS Nano 6 2524-2531 (2012)
  8. Agarwal, R.; Jurney, P.; Raythatha, M.; Singh, V.; Sreenivasan, S.V.; Shi, L.; Roy, K.,
    Effect of Shape, Size and Aspect Ratio on Nanoparticle Penetration and Distribution
    Inside Solid Tissues using 3D Spheroid Models. Advanced Healthcare Materials 4(15)
    2269-2280 (2015)
  9. Singh, V.; Agarwal, R.; Marshall K.; Jurney, P.; Roy K,; Shi, L.; Sreenivasan, S.V.,
    Scalable Fabrication of Low Elastic Modulus Polymeric Nanocarriers with Controlled
    Shapes for Diagnostics and Drug Delivery. Journal of Micro and Nano-
    Manufacturing 3(1) 011002 (2015)

Professional Service

  • Biomedical Engineering Society (Member)
  • American Heart Association (Member)

Jurney Lab Members

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Current Graduate Researchers