Glenn Edwards

Professor

Office: 
2314 French
Campus Box: 
90305
Phone: 
(919) 660-2674
Fax: 
(919) 681-7416

Details

Complete canthi removal reveals that forces from the amnioserosa are alone sufficient to drive dorsal closure in Drosophila
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2014)

Remodeling tissue interfaces and the thermodynamics of zipping during dorsal closure in Drosophila
(2014)

Cell Ingression and Apical Shape Oscillations During Dorsal Closure in Drosophila
Biophysical Journal (2012)

Thermal Vapor Bubble and Pressure Dynamics During Infrared Laser Ablation of Tissue
Applied Physics Letters (2009)

Neuromelanins Isolated From Different Regions of the Brain Exhibit a Common Surface Photoionization Threshold
Photochemistry and Photobiology (2009)

Drosophila Morphogenesis: Tissue Force Laws and the Modeling of Dorsal Closure
Human Frontier Science Program Journal (2009)

Emergent Properties During Dorsal Closure in Drosophila Morphogenesis
Physical Biology (2008)

Apoptotic Force and Tissue Dynamics During Drosophila Embryogenesis
Science (2008)

Pressure (mechanical) effects in infrared tissue ablation
Proceedings of SPIE, Invited Paper. (2008)

Ultraviolet Laser Microbeam for Dissection of Drosophila Embryos
In Cell Biology: A Laboratory Handbook, 3rd edition edited by J.E. Celis. 2006; pp. 87-103. : Elsevier.

Therapeutic Applications of Free-Electron Lasers
In Handbook of Laser Technology and Applications edited by Colin Webb and Julian Jones. 2004; : Institute of Physics Publishing.

Heat Diffusion and Chemical Kinetics in Mark-III FEL Tissue Ablation
In Commercial and Biomedical Applications of Ultrafast and Free Electron Lasers edited by Glenn S. Edwards, Joseph Neev, Andreas Ostendorf, and John Sutherland. ; pp. 184-193. : .

Comparison of OPO and Mark-III FEL for Tissue Ablation at 6.45 Microns
In Commercial and Biomedical Applications of Ultrafast and Free Electron Lasers edited by Glenn S. Edwards, Joseph Neev, Andreas Ostendorf, and John Sutherland. ; pp. 194-200. : .

UV/Time-Resolved FTIR Beamline at the Duke FEL Laboratory
In Commercial and Biomedical Applications of Ultrafast and Free Electron Lasers edited by Glenn S. Edwards, Joseph Neev, Andreas Ostendorf, and John Sutherland. ; pp. 225-232. : .

Physical Mechanisms that Govern the Ablation of Biological Tissue
In Experimental Methods in the Physical Sciences. edited by J.C. Miller and R.F. Haglund. R. Celotta and T. Lucatorto, treatise editors. ; : Academic Press.

Use of the Free-Electron Laser for Metastatic Brain Tumors
In Neurosurgical Topics: Advanced Techniques in Central Nervous System Metastases edited by R.J. Maciunas. ; : .