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College of Engineering and Computing

Faculty and Staff

John F. Eberth

Title: Associate Professor, Cell Biology and Anatomy, Biomedical Engineering
Department: School of Medicine, Biomedical Engineering
College of Engineering and Computing
Website: Cell Biology and Anatomy
Phone: 803-216-3891
Fax: 803-216-2846

School of Medicine Bldg 1   
Room C-43   
6439 Garners Ferry Road
Columbia, SC 29209

John Eberth


Associate Professor, Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of South Carolina 2018-present
Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of South Carolina 2013-2018
PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2008
MS, Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University 2004
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Clarkson University 2001


Mechanical loads, transduced from the extra-cellular space, act on intra-cellular signaling cascades that influence gene expression and temporal tissue structure. Through engineering approaches, the PI’s Translational Biomechanics Lab (TBL) seeks to elucidate how mechanical signals can be manipulated to control the behavior of cardiovascular tissues. This is achieved through theoretical and mathematical approaches, extensive experimental verification, and clinical correlation. Accordingly, the PI’s research thrust areas include: aortic aneurysm repair, targeted therapeutic biomaterials, vascular growth and remodeling, hemodynamics, long-term mechanical support therapy, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular birth defects, 3D tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, coronary artery bypass alternatives, and extra-cellular matrix biology.

Selected Publications

For Dr. Eberth's publications please see Google Scholar Webpage


Medical Microscopic Anatomy (Histology)
Fluid Mechanics
Fundamentals of Biomechanics
Senior Design I & II


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