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  1. “Engineered surface designs for biofouling prevention”
    J. F. Schumacher*, L. H. Wilson*, M. L. Carman*, M. E. Callow and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 47(2), 1121-1122 (2006).
  2. “A study on the effects of some topographical feature, surface grafted modifications and added leachants upon the settling of the marine biofouler, Ulva, (Green Algae), onto Silastic T2*”
    Ronald H. Baney, Anthony B. Brennan, Leslie H. Wilson*, Thomas G. Estes*, Michelle L. Carman*, James F. Schumacher*, Yunmi Kim*, Maureen E. Callow, James A. Callow
    Abstracts of the 38th Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Frankenmuth, MI, May 16-20, 2006, CRM-259.
  3. “Towards Minimally Fouling Substrates: Surface Grafting and Topography”
    Leslie Hoipkemeier Wilson*, James F. Schumacher*, John A. Finlay, Ruth Perry, Maureen E Callow, James A Callow, and Anthony B Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, American Chemical Society 2005, 46(2), 1312-1313.
  4. “Engineered Anti-Fouling Designs For Marine Environments”
    Anthony Brennan, Maureen Callow, James Callow, Michelle Carman*, Thomas Estes*, John Finlay, Michael Hadfield, Brian Neved, Ruth Perry, James Schumacher*, Dean E. Wendt, and Leslie H. Wilson*
    2nd International Symposium on Polymers for the Marine Environment, Maui, Hawaii, Dec 10-14, 2005
    American Chemical Society, Division of Polymer Chemistry, Session F2.
  5. “Shark Inspired Non-Toxic Coatings for Non-Fouling Marine Applications”
    A.B. Brennan, M.E. Callow, M.L. Carman*, T.G. Estes*, J.F. Schumacher*, D.E. Wendt, and L.H. Wilson
    Polymer Preprints, American Chemical Society , 46(2), 1289-1290 (2005).
  6. “Focal Contact Adhesions to Engineered Surfaces and the Affect on Cell Morphology, Mechanical Properties and Membrane Receptors”
    Adam W. Feinberg*, James F. Schumacher* and Anthony B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 45(1), 86-87 (2004).
  7. “Settlement and Release of Balanus and Ulva as a Function of PDMS Elastomer Surface Energy”
    Thomas Estes*, Adam Feinberg*, Maureen Callow, Geoffrey Swain, and Anthony Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 45(1), 631-632 (2004).
  8. “Control of Ulva Zoospore Settlement on Silicone Substrates Via Microtopographic Cues”
    Leslie Hoipkemeier Wilson*, Michelle Carman*, Adam Feinberg*, James Schumacher*, Maureen Callow, and Anthony B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 45(1), 631-632 (2004).
  9. “Bioadhesion to Microengineered Siloxane Elastomers”
    Anthony B. Brennan, Michelle L. Carman*, Thomas G. Estes*, Adam W. Feinberg*, James F. Schumacher*, and Leslie Hoipkemeier Wilson*
    Polymer Preprints, 45(1), 629-630 (2004).
  10. “Modeling Wetting of Engineered Topographies on Silcone Elastomers for Predicting Bioadhesion”
    Michelle L. Carman*, James F. Schumacher*, Adam W. Feinberg*, and Anthony B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 45(1), 633-634 (2004).
  11. “Effect of Argon Plasma Treatment on PDMS Elastomer Investigated by AFM”
    A.W. Feinberg* and A.B. Brennan
    PMSE Preprints , 88, 574-575 (2003).
  12. “Investigating the energetics of bioadhesion on microengineered siloxane elastomers – Characterizing the topography, mechanical properties, and surface energy and their effect on cell contact guidance”
    A.W. Feinberg*, A.L. Gibson*, W. R. Wilkerson*, C. A. Seegert*, L. H. Wilson*, L. C. Zhao*, R. H. Baney, J. A. Callow, M. E. Callow, A. B. Brennan
    Abstracts of Papers of The American Chemical Society, 225: 330-PMSE Part 2, March 2003.
  13. “Direct measurement of receptor-ligand binding on the surface of living cells”
    Adam W. Feinberg* and Anthony B. Brennan
    Abstracts of Papers 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 23-27, 2003, COLL-140.
  14. “Nanoforce Measurements of Chemotactic Specificity on Biopolymers”
    Adam W. Feinberg, * Amy L. Gibson*, Leslie H. Wilson*, Lee C. Zhao*, and Anthony B. Brennan
    Society for Biomaterials, April 2002.
  15. “Bioactive Fiber-Based Scaffolds in Bone Replacement Tissue Engineering”
    C. Seegert*, B. Hatcher*, and A. Brennan
    Society for Biomaterials, April 2002.
  16. “Inorganic/organic hybrid materials. Nomenclature note No. 2”
    A.B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints , 43(1), 750-752 (2002).
  17. “In-situ strain measurement of polypyrrole actuators on enhanced Au surfaces”
    Clayton C. Bohn*, Myoungho Pyo, Elisabeth Smela, John R. Reynolds, and Anthony B. Brennan
    PMSE Preprints , 86, 26-27 (2002).
  18. “Bioadhesion studies on microtextured siloxane elastomers”
    WR Wilkerson*, CA Seegert*, AW Feinberg*, L Zhao*, M Callow, J Callow and AB Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 42(1): 147-148 (2001).
  19. “Characterization of chemically and topographically modified silicone elastomer”
    AW Feinberg*, CA Seegert*, WR Wilkerson*, A Gibson*, L Wilson*, R Baney, and AB Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 42(1): 151-152 (2001).
  20. “Forces between Selections and Their Sialyl Lewis X Counter-Reception”
    L. Zhao, B. Hauser, A. Feinberg*, W. Wilkerson*, C. Ozaki, and A. Brennan
    CIRCULATION 102 (18): 1226 Suppl. S (2000).
  21. “Steric and depletion forces between silica surfaces with free and grafted PEG”
    A.B. Brennan, D. Kumar, Y.I. Rabinovich, J.J. Adler, G.B. Butler, B.M. Moudgil
    Polymer Preprints, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, 218(2), U634-U634, August 1999.
  22. “Steric and depletion forces between silica surfaces with free and grafted peg”
    A. B. Brennan, D. Kumar, Y.I. Rabinovich, J.J. Adler, G. B. Butler, B. M. Moudgil
    Polymer Preprints, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, 218(2), U634-U634, August 1999.
  23. “Measurement of interfacial energy between sulfonated polysulfone and three substrates by AFM”
    L. C. Zhao*, J. L. Russo*, A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, 218(2), U632-U632, August 1999.
  24. “Statistically Designed Study of Oligomeric Dispersants Based on Acrylic Acid, Acrylamide, Methyl Acrylate, and Acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic Acid”
    G. A. Aguilar*, D. Kumar*, A. B. Brennan, and G. B. Butler
    Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 38(2), 157-158, 1997.
  25. “Challenge to the development of dental restorative materials at an academic institution”
    K. J. Anusavice and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 38(2), 82-83, 1997.
  26. “Thermal Analysis of Dental Resins Containing Methacrylic Acid Anhydride as a Diluent”
    M. W. Schwarz, M. P. Zamora, J. J. Mehlem, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 38(2), 161-162, 1997.
  27. “Effects of nadic methyl anhydride on mechanical and thermomechanical properties of dental materials”
    J. J. Mehlem, J. J. Arnold, M. W. Schwarz, M. P. Zamora, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 38(2), 159-160, 1997.
  28. “Designed composite interfaces using novel polymeric coupling agents”
    R. L. Oréfice*, J. J. Arnold*, T. M. Miller*, M. P. Zamora*, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, Division of Polymer Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 38(2), 157-158, 1997.
  29. “Hydroperoxide initiated grafting onto ultra-high modulus polyethylene fibers”
    Arnold, J. J.*; Brennan, A. B.
    Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 75, 337-338 (1996).
  30. “Thermomechanical Analysis of Bioactive Glass-Polysulfone Composites”
    R. L. Oréfice*, J. K. West, L. L. Hench and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 37(2), 763-764 (1996).
  31. “Holding It All Together at 4K”
    A. B. Brennan and W. D. Markiewicz
    in National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Reports, 8-10, Fall 1995.
  32. “Bioglass® Reinforced Dental Composites: Thermomechanical Properties”
    M. P. Zamora*, J. J. Arnold*, L. L. Hench, and A.B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 36(1), 823-824 (1995).
  33. “Radiation grafting of UHMWPE fibers: characterization of interfacial properties”
    Arnold, J. J.*; Zamora, M. P.*; Brennan, A. B.
    Polymer Preprints, 35(2), 950-951 (1994).
  34. “Copolymer Compositions Designed to Offset Polymerization Shrinkage in Dental Composites: I. Maleic Anhydride”
    M. P. Zamora*, K. B. Wagener, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 35(2), 458-459 (1994).
  35. “Radiation Resistance of Epoxy Systems: I. Effect of Epoxy Resin Structure”
    T. M. Miller*, J. J. Arnold*, K. V. Huang, N. L. Gebhart, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 35(2), 952-953 (1994).
  36. “Organic-Inorganic Hybrid IPNs by Gamma Polymerization: I. Effect of 60Co Dosage”
    T. M. Miller*, R. B. Vinocur, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 35(2), 886-887 (1994).
  37. “In-Situ Organic and Inorganic Modifications of a Sol-Gel-Derived Elastomeric Hybrid”
    T. M. Miller*, R. Vinocur, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 70, 276-277 (1993).
  38. “Inorganic-Organic Hybrid IPN’s by Gamma Polymerization”
    T. Miller*, R. Vinocur, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, 69, 374-375 (1993)
  39. “Surface Treatments of Spectra Fibers: Effect on Mechanical Properties of Styrene-Based Short Fiber Composites”
    J. Arnold*, M. Zamora*, and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 34(2), 310-311 (1993).
  40. “In-Situ Structural Modifications of a Silicon Dioxide Phase Within a Polymeric Network”
    T. M. Miller* and A. B. Brennan
    Polymer Preprints, 34(1), 641-642 (1993).
  41. “Semi-crystalline and Amorphous Fluorine Containing Polyimides”
    M. E. Rogers, M. H. Woodard, A. Brennan, P. M. Cham, H. Marand, and J. E. McGrath
    Polymer Preprints, 33(1), 461-462 (1992).
  42. “Thiophene-containing poly(arylene ether ketones): characterization – thermal analysis”
    Brennan, A. B.; Wang, Y. O.; DeSimone, J. M.; Stompel, S.; Samulski, E. T.
    Polymer Preprints , 33(1), 485-486 (1992).
  43. “Synthesis of Fully Cyclized Soluble Polybenzoxazoles”
    W. D. Joseph*, R. Mercier*, H. Grubbs*, A. Prasad*, H. Marand, A. Brennan, and J. E. McGrath
    Fourth Annual Southeastern Graduate Polymer Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March 1992, Vol.4, 17.
  44. “Very High Tg, Soluble Polyimides Based on the 3F ‘Monomers’ “
    M. E. Rogers*, H. Grubbs*, A. Brennan, and J. E. McGrath
    Fourth Annual Southeastern Graduate Polymer Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March 1992, Vol. 4, 19.
  45. “Structural Features of Sol-Gel Derived Hybrid CERAMER Materials by Small Angle X-Ray Scattering”
    D. E. Rodrigues*, A. B. Brennan, C. Betrabet*, B. Wang*, and G. L. Wilkes
    Polymer Preprints, 32(3), 525-527 (1991).
  46. “New CERAMER Materials With Emphasis on High Refractive Index and Abrasion Resistance Coatings”
    B. Wang*, A. Gungor*, A. B. Brennan, D. E. Rodrigues*, J. E. McGrath, and G. L. Wilkes
    Polymer Preprints, 32(3), 521-522 (1991).
  47. “Structure-Property Behavior of a Swollen CERAMER”
    A. B. Brennan and F. Rabbani
    Polymer Preprints, 32(3), 496 (1991).
  48. “New Titanium/PTMO and Zirconium/PTMO Hybrid Materials By Sol-Gel Method”
    A. B. Brennan, B. Wang*, D. E. Rodrigues*, and G. L. Wilkes
    Polymer Preprints, 31(2), 633-634 (1990).
  49. “Synthesis and Characterization of New Alumina Containing Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials”
    B. Wang*, H. Huang*, A. B. Brennan, and G. L. Wilkes
    Polymer Preprints, 30(2), 146-147 (1989).
  50. “Structure-Property Behavior of Sol-Gel Derived Hybrid Materials-Effect of Polymeric Acid Catalyst”
    A. B. Brennan, H. H. Huang*, and G. L. Wilkes
    Polymer Preprints, 30(2), 105-106 (1989).

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