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Journal

Swallow J G, Kim J J, Maloney J M, Chen D, Smith J F, Bishop S R, Tuller H L, Van Vliet K J 2016 Dynamic chemical expansion of thin film non-stoichiometric oxides at extreme temperatures Nature Materials in press

Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2014 Chemoenvironmental modulators of fluidity in the suspended biological cell Soft Matter 10 8031-8042

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Long A F, Van Vliet K J 2013 Mechanical fluidity of fully suspended biological cells Biophys J 109 1767-1777

Cai P, Mizutani Y, Tsuchiya M, Maloney J M, Fabry B, Van Vliet K J, Okajima T 2013 Quantifying cell-to-cell variation in power-law rheology Biophys J 105 1093-1102

Qu M, Woodford W H, Maloney J M, Carter W C, Chiang Y-M, Van Vliet K J 2012 Nanomechanical quantification of elastic, plastic, and fracture properties of LiCoO2 Advanced Energy Materials DOI: 0.1002/aenm.201200107

Maloney J M, Nikova D, Lautenschläger F, Clarke E, Langer R, Guck J, Van Vliet K J 2010 Mesenchymal stem cell mechanics from the attached to the suspended state Biophys J 99 2479-2487

Lee S and Zeiger A, Maloney J M, Kotecki M, Van Vliet K J, Herman I M 2010 Pericyte actomyosin-mediated contraction at the cell-material interface can modulate the microvascular niche J Physics: Condensed Matter 22 194115

Maloney J M, Walton E B, Bruce C B, Van Vliet K J 2008 Influence of finite thickness and stiffness on cellular adhesion-induced deformation of compliant substrata Physical Review E 78 041923

Krishnan R, Walton E B, Oommen B, Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2008 Modeling and simulation of chemomechanics at the cell-matrix interface Cell Adhesion Migration 2 13-24

Prescott J and Lipka S A, Baldwin S B, Sheppard N F Jr, Maloney J M, Coppeta J, Yomtov B, Staples M, Santini J T Jr 2006 Chronic, programmed protein delivery from an implanted, multi-reservoir microchip device Nat Biotechnol 24 437-438

Maloney J M, Uhland S, Polito B, Sheppard N F Jr, Pelta C, Santini J T Jr 2005 Electrothermally activated microchips for implantable drug delivery and biosensing J Controlled Release 109 244-255

Maloney J M, Schreiber D S, DeVoe D L 2004 Large-force electrothermal linear micromotors J Micromech Microeng 14 226-234

Preprint

Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2011 On the origin and extent of mechanical variation among cells, arXiv:1104.0702v2

Conference

Paradise R K, Zeiger A S, Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2011 Chemomechanics of ligand-receptor interactions that modulate cell adhesion 34th Annual Meeting of The Adhesion Society (Savannah, GA)

Yoder K B, Maloney J M, Coppeta J 2008 Strength and fatigue life of nanocrystalline titanium/platinum multilayer membranes for implantable MEMS reservoir array devices Proceedings MRS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Lipka S A, Baldwin S P 2005 In vivo biostability of CVD silicon oxide and silicon nitride films Proceedings MRS 872 (San Francisco, CA)

Smith G L, Maloney J M, Fan L, DeVoe D L 2001 Large displacement microactuators in deep reactive ion etched single crystal silicon Proceedings SPIE 4559 138-147 (San Francisco, CA)

Maloney J M, DeVoe D L, Schreiber D S 2001 Electrothermal linear micromotors fabricated from deep reactive ion etching of single crystal silicon ASME IMECE (New York, NY) (abstract)

Schreiber D S, Cheng W-J, Maloney J M, DeVoe D L 2001 Surface micromachined electrothermal microstepper motors ASME IMECE (New York, NY)

Maloney J M, DeVoe D L, Schreiber D S 2000 Analysis and design of electrothermal actuators fabricated from single crystal silicon ASME IMECE (Orlando, FL) (abstract & picture)

Kimball C R, Tsai L-W, DeVoe D L, Maloney J M 2000 Modeling and batch fabrication of spatial micro-manipulators ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences (Baltimore, MD)

Posters, extended abstracts, and talks

Swallow J G, Kim J J, Maloney J M, Chen D, Kim C S, Smith J F, Bishop S R, Tuller H L, Van Vliet K J 2016 Non-stoichiometric oxides for high temperature sensors and actuators abstract to be presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Swallow J G, Kim J J, Maloney J M, Chen D, Smith J F, Bishop S R, Tuller H L, Van Vliet K J 2016 Dynamic chemical expansion of thin film non-stoichiometric oxides at extreme temperatures abstract presented at ECS (San Diego, CA)

Swallow J G, Kim J J, Chen D, Bishop S R, Maloney J M, Smith J F, Tuller H L, Van Vliet K J 2015 In situ characterization of dynamic chemical expansion in non-stoichiometric oxides abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M and Van Vliet K J 2014 Chemoenvironmental modulators of fluidity in the suspended biological cell abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Long A F, Van Vliet K J 2014 Fluidity as a mechanical property of the fully suspended cell poster presented at World Congress Biomechanics (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Long A F, Van Vliet K J 2013 Whole-cell fluidity elucidates effects of physical and chemical environments on the suspended cell poster presented at ASCB Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA)

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Long A F, Van Vliet K J 2013 Fluidity as a mechanical property of the fully suspended cell abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Long A F, Van Vliet K J 2013 Fluidity as a mechanical property of the fully suspended cell poster presented at Mechanobiology of Proteins and Cells (Salisbury Cove, ME)

Qu M, Woodford W, Maloney J M, Carter C, Chiang Y-M, Van Vliet K J 2012 On the fracture toughness of polycrystalline LiCoO2 abstract presented at TMS Annual Meeting (Orlando, FL)

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Van Vliet K J 2012 On the origin and extent of mechanical variation among cells poster presented at APS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Lehnhardt E, Van Vliet K J 2011 Suspended cell rheology in the frequency domain as characterized by optical stretching abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Van Vliet K J, Zeiger A S, Maloney J M, Paradise R K 2011 Chemomechanics at the cell-material interface: Pulling it all together minisymposium paper presented at IEEE EMBC (Boston, MA)

Van Vliet K J, Maloney J M 2011 Chemomechanics of cell deformation in the attached and suspended states keynote address presented at Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual Conference (Uncasville, CT)

Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2011 The origin and limits of natural variation in cell mechanical behavior poster presented at Biophysical Society Annual Meeting (Baltimore, MD)

Maloney J M, Van Vliet K J 2010 Soft glassy rheology and the origin of cell mechanical variation poster presented at ASCB (Philadelphia, PA)

Maloney J M, Nikova D, Lautenschläger F, Clarke E, Langer R, Guck J, Van Vliet K J 2010 Mesenchymal stem cell mechanics from the attached to the suspended state abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Zeiger A S, Kotecki M, Maloney J M, Herman I M, Van Vliet K J 2010 Pericyte actomyosin-mediated contraction at the cell-material interface can modulate the microvascular niche abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Maloney J M, Lautenschläger F, Langer R, Guck J, Van Vliet K J 2009 Mechanical characterization of primary human mesenchymal stem cells via dual-beam optical stretching poster presented at ASCB (San Diego, CA)

Van Vliet K J, Walton E B, Krishnan R, Maloney J M 2009 Modeling effects of mechanical microenvironments on adhesion kinetics at the cell-matrix interface abstract presented at 10th United States National Congress on Computational Mechanics (Columbus, OH)

Maloney J M, Krishnan R, Zeiger A, Van Vliet K J 2009 Chemomechanics of cell-material interaction kinetics over large ranges of length and time scales abstract presented at MRS (Boston, MA)

Lipka S A, Maloney J M 2006 Biostability of materials for an implanted drug delivery device extended abstract presented at SFB (Pittsburgh, PA)

Maloney J M, Santini J T Jr 2004 Implantable microchips for controlled drug delivery extended abstract presented at IEEE EMBS (San Francisco, CA)

Baldwin S P, Anderson J M, Voskerician G, Maloney J M, Lipka S A, Sheppard N F Jr, Uhland S A, Pelta C M 2004 Biocompatibility, biostability, and functionality of a drug delivery microchip extended abstract presented at 7th World Biomaterials Congress (Sydney, Australia)

Maloney J M 2003 An implantable microfabricated drug delivery system extended abstract presented at ASME IMECE (Washington DC)

Patent

U.S. 8,277,440 Implantable device for controlled, extended delivery of parathyroid hormone
U.S. 8,211,092 Containment device with multi-layer reservoir cap structure
U.S. 7,910,151 Method for making device for controlled reservoir opening by electrothermal ablation
U.S. 7,510,551; U.S. 7,455,667 Controlled release device and method using electrothermal ablation
U.S. 7,497,855 Method and device for the controlled delivery of parathyroid hormone
U.S. 7,497,846 Hermetically sealed microchip reservoir devices
U.S. 7,413,846 Fabrication methods and structures for micro-reservoir devices
U.S. 6,875,208 Microchip devices with improved reservoir opening
U.S. 6,827,250 Methods for hermetically sealing microchip reservoir devices
U.S. application #20090024113 Multi-reservoir medical device having protected interior walls
U.S. application #20080168921 Method for making device for controlled reservoir opening by electrothermal ablation
U.S. application #20050055014 Methods for accelerated release of material from a reservoir device

 

Scaring my PI on a group trip, 2013. 

Out with my officemates, Ranjani and Joan, 2009. 

With Katie at Kristen's wedding, 2007. 

Skiing in Maine with Dave and Julia, 2006. 

Watching the Red Sox sweep the 2004 Series with Woo, Pete, Meghan, JD, Todd, and Sara. 

Celebrating my 30th birthday with Jim and Brenda, 2004. 

With Christina from MicroCHIPS at the 2002 summer picnic.

Atlantic City, MD, 2001.

Fred, me, and Nate at my cocktail party, waiting for Dave to finish hamming it up, 2001.

At the Maryland MEMS Lab in the Myers Building, 2000.

New Year's Eve 1999 in Vegas, baby: (clockwise from top) Sunny, Ivan, Eddie, me, and Alex.

Group picture from 1999, in front of our new clean room in the Martin Building.

Christmas 1996 with Carri at the Prometheus Co., Inc.

In Vawter Hall at Virginia Tech with Marc and Rob, 1992.