A Brissenden, and BG Amsden, In situ forming macroporous biohybrid hydrogel for nucleus pulposus cell delivery, Acta Biomaterialia, (2023),.


B Mirani, SO Mathew, N Latiff, BG Amsden, and CA Simmons, A General Strategy for Engineering Soft Connective Tissues with Biomimetic Biaxial Mechanical Properties Using Melt Electrowriting Coupled with Computational and Parametric Modeling, Advanced Functional Materials, (2023),.


H Riahinezhad, and BG Amsden, Degradation of poly(vinyl sulfone carbonate) in aqueous media, Polymer Degradation and Stability, 216 (2023), 110472.


A. Zhang, A Balamueraleekrishna Shyam, A McCalla Cunningham, C Williams, A Brissenden, A Bartley, BG Amsden, A Docoslis, M Kontopoulou, S Kiberi Ameri, Adhesive wearable sensors for electroencephalography from hairy scalp, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2023, 2300142.


Mitchell de Prinse, Ronghui Qi, and BG Amsden, Polymer micelles for the protection and delivery of specialized pro-resolving mediators, Eur J Pharm Biopharm, 2023, 184, 159-169.


BG Amsden, Hydrogel mesh size and its impact on the predictions of mathematical models for solute diffusion, Macromolecules, 2022, 55, 18, 8399–8408.


BG Amsden, Degradation mechanisms of aliphatic polycarbonates and functionalized aliphatic polycarbonates, Invited Review for Macromolecular Bioscience, 21 (2021) 2100085


S. Mohajeri and BG Amsden, In vivo degradation mechanism and biocompatibility of a biodegradable aliphatic polycarbonate: poly(trimethylene carbonate-co-5-hydroxy trimethylene carbonate), ACS Applied Bio Materials, 4(4) (2021) 3686-3696


S. Mohajeri, J. Burke-Kleinman, DH Maurice, BG Amsden, Formulation parameters governing sustained protein delivery from degradable viscous liquid aliphatic polycarbonates, Int J Pharm, 590 (2020) 119965


Amanda J Brissenden and BG Amsden*, Insights into the polymerization kinetics of thermoresponsive polytrimethylene carbonate bearing a methoxyethoxy side group, J Polym Sci A: Polym Chem, 58 (2020) 2697-2707


S. Mohajeri, F. Chen, M de Prinse, P Ta, J Burke-Kleinman, DH Maurice and BG Amsden*, “Liquid degradable poly(trimethylene-carbonate-co-5-hydroxy-trimethylene carbonate): an injectable drug delivery vehicle for acid-sensitive drugs,” Molecular Pharmaceutics 17 (2020) 1-14.


S. Taghavi and BG Amsden, “In vivo degradation behavior of enzyme-degradable poly(trimethylene carbonate)-based biohybrid networks of varying water content,” Biomedical Materials 15 (2020) 025001.


Arthi Shridhar, Brian G. Amsden, Elizabeth Gillies, and Lauren E Flynn*, “Investigation of the effects of tissue-specific extracellular matrix on the adipogenic and osteogenic differentiation of human adipose-derived stromal cells within composite hydrogel scaffolds,” Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 7 (2019) 402


SA Young, H Riahinezhad, BG Amsden*, “In situ-forming, mechanically resilient hydrogels for cell delivery,”Invited Review article J Mater Chem B 7 (38), 5742-5761.


L Davenport Huyer, D Bannerman, Y Wang, H Savoji, EJ Knee Walden, A Brissenden, B Yee, M Shoaib, E Bobicki, BG Amsden, M Radisic*, “One-pot synthesis of unsaturated polyester bio-elastomer with controllable material curing for microscale designs,” Advanced Healthcare Materials, 1900245, 2019.


S. Taghavi, A. Brissenden, and BG Amsden, “High modulus, enzyme-degradable poly(trimethylene carbonate)-peptide biohybrid networks formed from triblock prepolymers,” J. Mater Chem B 2019, 7, 2819-2828.


J. Dhillon, SA Young, SE Sherman, GI Bell, BG Amsden, DA Hess, LE Flynn*, “Peptide-modified methacrylated glycol chitosan hydrogels as a cell-viability supporting pro-angiogenic cell delivery platform for human adipose-derived stem/stromal cells,” J Biomed Mater Res  A,  107 (3) (2019) 571-585.


SA Young, LE Flynn* and BG Amsden*, “Stem cells delivered in a resilient in situ forming hydrogel for therapeutic angiogenesis,” Tissue Engineering A, 24 (2018) 1784-1797.


F Chen, R. Qi, L Davenport-Huyer,  and BG Amsden, “Degradation of poly(5-hydroxy-trimethylene carbonate) in aqueous environments” Polymer Degradation and Stability, 158 (2018) 83-91.


JP Chesterman, TC Hughes, and BG Amsden, Reversibly photo-crosslinkable aliphatic polycarbonates functionalized with coumarin, Eur. Polymer J, 105 (2018) 186-193.


G Hochleitner, F Chen, C. Blum, P. Dalton, BG Amsden, and J Groll, “Crimped elastomer scaffolds prepared through MEW with non-linear extension behaviour mimicking that of ligaments and tendons,” Acta Biomaterialia, 72 (2018) 110-120.
105 SA Young, SE Sherman, TT Cooper, C Brown, F Anjum, DA Hess, LE Flynn and BG Amsden, “Mechanically Resilient Injectable Scaffolds for Intramuscular Stem Cell Delivery and Cytokine Release” Biomaterials ,159 (2018) 146-160.
104 JP Chesterman, Amanda Brissenden, Fei Chen and BG Amsden, “Cinnamoyl and Coumarin Functionalized Polycarbonates” Polymer Chemistry , 8 (2017) 7515 – 7528.
103 DA Louka, N Holwell, BH Thomas, F Chen, and BG Amsden, “Highly Bioactive SDF-1α Delivery from Low-Melting-Point, Biodegradable Polymer Microspheres” ACS Biomat Sci Eng, 2017 Articles ASAP.
102 G Chen, S Taghavi, D Marecak and BG Amsden, “Tough and enzyme-degradable hydrogels” Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 3 (2018) 1700162.
101 F Anjum, A Carroll, S. Young, LE Flynn and BG Amsden, “Tough semi-synthetic hydrogels for stem cell delivery for chondral defect repair” Macromolecular Bioscience, 17 (5) (2017) 1600373.
100 JP Chesterman and BG Amsden, “Triethylamine-based catalysts for the melt polymerization of carbonate monomers” Polymer Chemistry, 7 (2016) 6946-6953.
99 BG Amsden and D Marecak, “Long-term sustained release from a biodegradable photo-cross-linked network for intra-ocular corticosteroid delivery” Molecular Pharmaceutics, 13(9) (2016) 3004-3012.
98 JWS Hayami, SD Waldman, and BG Amsden, “Chondrocyte generation of cartilage-like tissue following photoencapsulation in methacrylated polysaccharide solution blends” Macromolecular Bioscience, 16(7) (2016) 1083-1095
97 F Chen, G Hochleitner, T Woodfield, J Groll, P. Dalton, and BG Amsden, “Additive manufacturing of photo-cross-linked structures via melt electrospinning writing” Biomacromolecules, 17(1) (2016) 277-284.
96 MC Vyner and BG Amsden, “Polymer chain flexibility-induced differences in fetuin A adsorption and its implications on cell attachment and proliferation” Acta Biomaterialia, 31 (2016) 89-98.
95 J Yang, F Chen and BG Amsden, “Cell sheets prepared via gel-sol transition of calcium RGD-alginate” Acta Biomaterialia, 30 (2016) 277-284.
94 F Chen and BG Amsden, “Homo- and co-polymerization kinetics of trimethylene carbonate bearing a methoxyethoxy side group.” J Polym Sci A Polym Chem, 54 (2016) 544-552.
93 T.Y. Han, S. Toutounji, BG Amsden, LE Flynn*, “Adipose-derived stromal cells mediate in vivo adipogenesis, angiogenesis and inflammation in decellularized adipose tissue bioscaffolds,” Biomaterials 10 125-137, 2015.
92 C. Brown, J Yan, T. Han, D. Marecak, BG Amsden, LE Flynn*, “Effect of decellularized adipose tissue particle size on adipose-derived stem cell proliferation and adipogenic differentiation in composite methacrylated chondroitin sulphate hydrogels,” Biomedical Materials 10 045010, 2015.
91 BG Amsden, “Novel biodegradable polymers for local growth factor delivery,”European J Pharm Biopharm, 97 (2015) 318-328
90 JWS Hayami, SD Waldman, BG Amsden*, “Photo-cross-linked methacrylated polysaccharide solution blends with high chondrocyte viability, minimal swelling, and moduli similar to load bearing soft tissues.” European Polymer Journal, 72 (2015) 687-697.
89 NA Hadjiev and BG Amsden*, “An assessment of the predictive ability of the obstruction-scaling model of solute diffusion coefficients in hydrogels,” J Controlled Release 199 (2015) 10-16.
88 MC Vyner, A Li, BG Amsden*, “The effect of poly(trimethylene carbonate) molecular weight on macrophage behavior and enzyme adsorption and conformation,” Biomaterials, 35(33) (2014) 9041-9048.
87 F Chen, JWS Hayami, and B.G. Amsden*, “Electrospun fibrous polymer scaffolds with stabilized crimp-like structure,” Biomacromolecules,  15(5) (2014) 1593-1601.
86 J Yang, J Yan, Z Zhou, BG Amsden*, “Dithiol-PEG-PDLLA micelles: preparation and evaluation as potential topical ocular delivery vehicle” Biomacromolecules, 15(4) (2014) 1346-1354.
85 V Russo, S Young, G. Andrew Hamilton, BG Amsden, LE Flynn*, “Mesenchymal stem cell delivery strategies to promote cardiac regeneration following ischemic injury” Biomaterials 35 (2014) 3956-3974.
84 H.K. Cheung, T. Han, D.M. Marecak, J.F. Watkins, B.G. Amsden, and L.E. Flynn*, “Composite hydrogel scaffolds incorporating decellularized adipose tissue for soft tissue engineering with adipose-derived stem cells,” Biomaterials 35 (2014) 1914-1923.
83 I.O. Babasola, M. Rooney, BG Amsden*, “Co-release of bioactive VEGF and HGF from liquid injectable poly(5-ethylene ketal É√-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide),” Molecular Pharmaceutics 10 (2013) 4552-4559.
82 JWS Hayami, SD Waldman, BG Amsden*, “Injectable, high modulus and fatigue resistant, composite scaffold for load-bearing soft tissue regeneration,” Biomacromolecules 14 (2013) 4236-4247.
81 MC Vyner, L Liu, HD Sheardown, and BG Amsden*, “The effect of elastomer crosslink density on protein adsorption,” Biomaterials 34(37) (2013) 9287-9294.
80 I.O. Babasola, BG Amsden*, “Osmotically driven protein release from liquid injectable polymers based on 5-ethylene ketal ε-caprolactone: potential and mechanism,” Eur J Pharm Biopharm 85 (2013) 765-772.
79 C. Yu, S. Young, V. Russo, B.G. Amsden, and L.E. Flynn*, “Techniques for the isolation of high quality RNA from cells encapsulated in chitosan hydrogels,” Tissue Eng C, 19(11) (2013) 829-838.
78 L.A. Cornacchionne, B. Qi, J.Bianco, Z. Zhou,  B.G. Amsden*, “Photo-cross-linked poly(ethylene carbonate) elastomers: synthesis, in vivo degradation, and determination of in vivo degradation mechanism,” Biomacromolecules 13(10) (2012) 3099-3107.
77 D.C. Surrao, S.D. Waldman, and B.G. Amsden*, “Biomimetic poly(lactide)-based fibrous scaffolds for ligament tissue engineering,” Acta Biomaterialia 8(11) (2012) 3997-4006.
76 A. Sukarto, C. Yu, LE Flynn, B.G. Amsden*, “Co-delivery of adipose-derived stem cells and growth factor-loaded microspheres in RGD-grafted N-methacrylate glycol chitosan gels for focal chondral repair,” Biomacromolecules 13 (2012) 2490-2502.
75 O.I. Babasola, J. Bianco, and BG Amsden*, “In vivo degradation and tissue response to poly(5-ethylene ketal e-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide)” Biomacromolecules 13 (2012) 2211-2217.
74 D.C. Surrao, J.Y.C. Fan, S.D. Waldman, and B.G. Amsden*, “A crimp-like microarchitecture improves tissue production in fibrous ligament scaffolds in response to mechanical stimuli,”  Acta Biomaterialia, 8 (10) (2012) 3704-3713.
73 A. Sukarto, BG. Amsden*, “Low melting point amphiphilic microspheres for delivery of bone morphogenetic protein-6 and transforming growth factor β-3 in a hydrogel matrix,” J Control Release 158 (2012) 23-62.
72 R. Chapanian, MY Tse, SC Pang, and BG Amsden*, “Osmotic release of bioactive VEGF from biodegradable elastomer monoliths is the same in vivo as in vitro,” J Pharm Sci 101 (2012) 588-597.
71 O.I. Babasola, BG Amsden*, “Surface eroding, liquid injectable polymers based on 5-ethylene ketal ε-caprolactone.” Biomacromolecules 12(10) (2011) 3423-3431.
70 JWS Hayami, SD Waldman, BG Amsden*, “A photocurable hydrogel-elastomer composite scaffold with bi-continuous morphology for cell encapsulation,” Macromolecular Bioscience 12 (2011) 1672-83.
69 B.G. Amsden, “Delivery approaches for angiogenic growth factors in the treatment of ischemic conditions,” Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery, 8(7) (2011) 873-890.
68 DC Surrao, AA. Khan, AJ. McGregor, JCY Fan, B.G. Amsden, SD Waldman*, “Can Microcarrier Expanded Chondrocytes Synthesize Functional Tissue In Vitro?,” Tissue Engineering A, 17 (2011) 1959-67.
67 AJ McGregor, BG Amsden, SD Waldman*, “Chondrocyte repopulation of the zone of death induced by osteochondral harvest,” Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 19(2) (2011) 242-248.
66 DC Surrao, JWS. Hayami, SD Waldman, BG Amsden*, “Self Crimping Electrospun Polymer Fibres,” Biomacromolecules,11 (2010) 3624-3629.
65 BG Amsden*, L. Timbart, D. Marecak, R Chapanian, MY Tse, and SC Pang, ”VEGF –induced angiogenesis following localized delivery from injectable low viscosity poly(trimethylene carbonate),” J Controlled Release, 145 (2010) 109-115.
64 A. Hsieh, T. Zahir, Y. Lapitsky, B. Amsden, W. Wan, M.S. Shoichet*, Hydrogel/Electrospun Fiber Composites Influence Neural Stem/Progenitor Cell Fate, Soft Matter, 6(10) (2010) 2227-2237.
63 B. Amsden, “Liquid, injectable, hydrophobic and biodegradable polymers as drug delivery vehicles,” Invited Feature Article, Macromol. Biosci., 10(8) (2010), 825-835.
62 L. Timbart, MY Tse, SC Pang, and BG Amsden*, “Tissue response to, and degradation rate of, photocrosslinked trimethylene carbonate-based elastomers following intramuscular implantation,”  Materials Special Issue; Advances In Biomaterials 2010, 3(2), 1156-1171.
61 B. Amsden* and B. Qi, , “Anti-atherosclerotic peptide delivery from a photocrosslinkable biodegradable network,” Int. J. Pharmaceutics 388 (2010) 32-39.
60 R. Chapanian and B.G. Amsden*, “Combined and sequential delivery of bioactive VEGF165 and HGF from poly(trimethylene carbonate) based photo-cross-linked elastomers,” J. Control Release, 143 (2010) 53-63.
59 R. Chapanian, B.G. Amsden*, “Osmotically driven protein release from photo-cross-linked elastomers of poly(trimethylene carbonate) and poly(trimethylene carbonate-co-D,L-lactide).” Eur J Pharm Biopharm 74 (2010) 172–183.
58 J. Hayami, D. Surrao, S.D. Waldman, and B.G. Amsden*, “Design and characterization of a biodegradable composite scaffold for ligament tissue engineering,” J Biomed Mater Res A 92A (2010) 1407-1420.
57 R. Chapanian, M.Y. Tse, S.C. Pang, and B. Amsden*, “Long term in vivo degradation and tissue response to photo-cross-linked elastomers prepared from star-shaped prepolymers of poly(ε-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide),” J Biomed Mater Res A 92A (2010) 830-842.
56 B. Ilagan, B.G. Amsden*, “Macroporous photocrosslinked elastomer scaffolds containing microporosity: preparation and in vitro degradation properties,” J Biomed Mater Res A 93A (2010) 211-218.
55 B.G. Ilagan, B.G. Amsden*, “Surface modifications of photocrosslinked biodegradable elastomers and their influence on smooth muscle cell adhesion and proliferation,” Acta Biomaterialia, 5(7) (2009) 2429-2440.
54 L. Timbart, M.Y. Tse, S.C. Pang, O. Babasola, B.G. Amsden*, “Low viscosity poly(trimethylene carbonate) for localized drug delivery: rheological properties and in vivo degradation,” Macromol Biosci, 9 (2009) 786-794.
53 R. Chapanian, M.Y. Tse, S.C. Pang, and B. Amsden*, ”Role of oxidation and enzymatic action in the in vivo degradation of trimethylene carbonate based photocrosslinkable elastomers,” Biomaterials 30(3) (2009) 295-306.
52 L. Timbart and B.G. Amsden*, “Functionalizable biodegradable photocrosslinkable elastomers based on 2-oxepane-1,5-dione,” J Polym Sci A Polym Chem. 46(24) (2008) 8191-8199.
51 B.G. Amsden* and A. Lau, “Siloxane based copolymers for use in two-phase partitioning bioreactors,” Can J Chem Eng, 86 (2008) 1-5.
50 B. Amsden*, G.P. Misra, M. Marshall, ND Turner, “Synthesis and characterization of biodegradable networks providing saturated-solution prolonged delivery,” J Pharm Sci, 97 (2008) 849-862.
49 B. Amsden*, “Biodegradable elastomers in drug delivery,” Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery 5 (2008) 175-187.
48 V. Wang, G Misra, and B. Amsden*, “Immobilization of a bone and cartilage stimulating peptide to a synthetic bone graft,” J Mater Sci Mater Med, 19 (2008) 2145-2155.
47 B. Amsden*, A. Sukarto, D.K. Knight, and S.N. Shapka, “Methacrylated glycol chitosan as a photopolymerizable biomaterial,” Biomacromolecules 8 (12) (2007) 3758–3766.
46 B. Amsden*, “Curable, biodegradable elastomers: emerging biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering,” Soft Matter, 3(11) (2007) 1335-1348.
45 D.K. Knight, S. Shapka, and B. Amsden*, “Structure, depolymerization, and cytocompatibility evaluation of glycol chitosan,” J Biomed Mater Res A, 83A (2007) 787-798.
44 B. Amsden*, “Review of osmotic pressure driven release of proteins from monolithic devices,” J Pharm Pharmaceut Sci., 10 (2) (2007) 100-114.
43 F. Gu, RJ Neufeld, B. Amsden*, “Sustained release of bioactive therapeutic proteins from a cylindrical biodegradable elastomeric device,” J Control Release, 117 (2007) 80-89.
42 S. Sharifpoor and B. Amsden*, “Release of a water-soluble agent from low viscosity biodegradable, injectable oligomers is driven by osmotic pressure,” Eur J Pharm Biopharm, 65 (2007) 336–345.
41 F. Gu, R. Neufeld, and B. Amsden*, “Stabilization of bioactive VEGF and potentially other therapeutic proteins during a photo-initiated free radical cross-linking reaction forming biodegradable elastomers,” Eur J Pharm Biopharm, 66 (2007) 21–27.
40 F. Gu, RJ Neufeld, and BG Amsden*, “Osmotic driven release kinetics of bioactive therapeutic proteins from a biodegradable elastomer are linear, constant, similar and adjustable,” Pharm Res 23(4) (2006) 782-789.
39 Y. Zhang and B. Amsden*, “Diffusion of vitamin B12 and proteins in semidilute alginate solutions under physiological conditions,” Macromolecules 2006, 39, 1073-1078.
38 B. Amsden*, M. Y. Tse, N.D. Turner, D.K. Knight, and S.C. Pang, “In vivo degradation behavior of photo-cross-linked star-poly(ε-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide) elastomers,” Biomacromolecules 7 (2006) 365-372.
37 A. Mikhail, S. Sharifpoor, and B. Amsden* “Initiator structure influence on thermal and rheological properties of oligo(ε-caprolactone),” J. Biomater. Sci. Polym Edn 17 (2006) 291-301.
36 A. Tomkins, M. Kontopoulou, and B. Amsden*, “Preparation and characterization of blends of star-poly(ε-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide) and oligo(ε-caprolactone),” J Biomater Sci Polym Edn, 16 (2005)1009-1021.
35 F. Gu, H.M. Younes, A.O.S. El-Kadi, R. Neufeld, B. Amsden*, “Sustained interferon-γ delivery from a photocrosslinked biodegradable elastomer,” J. Control Release., 102 (2005) 607-617.
34 B.G. Amsden*, G. Misra, F. Gu, and HM Younes “Synthesis and characterization of a photo-cross-linked biodegradable elastomer,” Biomacromolecules, 5(6) (2004) 2479-2486.
33 B.G. Amsden*, B.G. Stubbe, F. Horkay, S.C. De Smedt, and J. Demeester, “Modeling the swelling pressure of degrading Dex-HEMA hydrogels,” J. Polym. Sci. B. Polym. Phys. 42 (2004) 3397-3404.
32 B. Amsden*, S. Wang, and U. Wyss, “Synthesis and characterization of thermoset biodegradable elastomers based on star-poly(ε-caprolactone-co-D,L-lactide),” Biomacromolecules, 5(4) (2004) 1399-1404.
31 F. Gu, B. Amsden, R.J. Neufeld, “Sustained delivery of vascular endothelial growth factor using alginate beads,” J. Control Release, 96 (2004) 463-472.
30 A. Hatefi, D. Knight, and B. Amsden*, “A biodegradable injectable thermoplastic for localized camptothecin delivery,” J. Pharm. Sci., 93 (2004) 1195-1204.
29 H.M. Younes, E. Bravo-Grimaldo, and B. Amsden*, “Synthesis, characterization and in vitro degradation of a biodegradable elastomer,” Biomaterials, 25 (2004) 5261-5269.
28 B. Amsden*, A. Hatefi, D. Knight, E. Bravo-Grimaldo, “Development of injectable biodegradable thermoplastic oligomers,” Biomacromolecules, 5 (2004) 637-642.
27 B. Amsden*, “A model for osmotic pressure driven release from cylindrical rubbery polymer matrices,” J. Control. Release. 93 (2003) 249-258.
26 B.G. Amsden, J. Bochanysz, and A.J. Daugulis*, “Degradation of xenobiotics in a partitioning bioreactor in which the partitioning phase is a polymer,” Biotechnol. Bioeng., 84 (2003) 399-405.
25 A.J. Daugulis*, B.G. Amsden, J. Bochanysz, and A. Kayssi,  “Delivery of benzene to Alcaligenes xylosoxidans by solid polymers in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor”, Biotech. Letters, 25 (2003) 1203-1207.
24 B.G. Stubbe, F. Horkay, B. Amsden, W.E. Hennink, S.C. De Smedt, and J. Demeester*, “Tailoring the swelling pressure of degrading dextran hydroxyethyl methacrylate hydrogels,”  Biomacromolecules, 4 (2003) 691-695.
23 A. Hatefi and B. Amsden*, “Camptothecin delivery systems,” Pharm. Res., 19(10) (2002) 1389-1399.
22 A. Hatefi and B. Amsden*, “Biodegradable injectable in-situ forming drug delivery systems,” J. Control Release,  80 (2002) 9-28.
21 B. Amsden*, “Modeling solute probe diffusion in polymer solutions,” Polymer  43(5) (2002) 1623-1630.
20 H.M. Younes, and B. Amsden*, “Interferon-γ therapy: Evaluation of routes of administration and delivery systems,” J. Pharm. Sci. 91(1) (2002) 2-17.
19 B. Amsden*, K. Grotheer, and D. Angl,“ Influence of polymer ionization degree on solute diffusion in polyelectrolyte gels,” Macromolecules, 35 (2002) 3179-3183.
18 B. Amsden*, “ Diffusion in polyelectrolyte hydrogels:  Application of an obstruction-scaling model to solute diffusion in calcium alginate,”  Macromolecules  34 (2001) 1430-1435.
17 B. Amsden* and N. Turner, “Diffusion characteristics of calcium alginate gels,” Biotech. Bioeng. 65 (1999) 605-610.
16 B. Amsden*,  “The production of uniformly sized polymer microspheres,” Pharm. Res. 16 (1999) 1140-1143.
15 B.G. Amsden*, “An obstruction-scaling model for diffusion in homogeneous hydrogels,” Macromolecules 32 (1999) 874-879.
14 B.G. Amsden*, “Diffusion within hydrogels. Mechanisms and models,” Macromolecules, 31(23) (1998) 8382-8395.
13 B.G. Amsden*,  “Solute diffusion in hydrogels.  An examination of the retardation effect,” Polymer Gels and Networks,  6 (1) (1998) 13-43.
12 B.G. Amsden* and M.F.A. Goosen.  “An examination of factors affecting the size, distribution, and release characteristics of polymer microbeads made using electrostatics,” J. Control. Release.  43 (1997) 183-196.
11 B.G. Amsden*,  “Osmotically activated protein release from electrostatically generated polymer microbeads.” AIChE Journal, 42 (1996) 3253-3266.
10 A.O. Okhamafe, B. Amsden, W. Chu, and M. Goosen*,  “Modulation of protein release from chitosan-alginate microcapsules using a pH-sensitive polymer”,  J. Microencapsulation  13 (1996) 497-508.
9 B. G. Amsden and M.F.A. Goosen*.  “Transdermal delivery of peptide and protein drugs: An overview,”  AIChE Journal, 41 (1995) 1833-2012.
8 B. Amsden and Y. Cheng*.  “Generic peptide delivery systems based on osmotically rupturable monoliths.”  J. Control Release,  33  (1995)  99-105.
7 B.G. Amsden, Y. Cheng, and M. Goosen*.  “A mechanistic study of the release of osmotically active agents from elastomeric monoliths.”  J. Control Release, 30 (1994) 21-32.
6 B.G. Amsden and Y. Cheng*.   “Enhanced fraction releasable above percolation threshold from monoliths containing osmotic excipients.” J. Control Release, 31 (1994) 45-56.
5 A.E. Polk, B. Amsden, F. DeYao, T. Peng, and M. Goosen*.  “Chitosan-alginate microcapsules for oral protein drug delivery.” J. Pharmaceutical Sciences, 84 (1994) 178-185.
4 A.E. Polk, B. Amsden, D.J. Scarrat, A. Gonzal, A.O. Okhamafe, and M.F.A. Goosen*,” Oral delivery in aquaculture: Controlled release of proteins from chitosan-alginate microcapsules,” Aquacultural Engineering 13 (1994) 311-323.
3 D. Poncelet, B. Bugarski, B. Amsden, J. Zhu, R. Neufeld, and M.F.A. Goosen*.  “A parallel plate electrostatic droplet generator: parameters affecting microbead size.” Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 41 (1994).
2 B. Bugarski, B. Amsden, R.J. Neufeld, D. Poncelet, and M.F.A. Goosen*.  “Effect of electrode geometry and charge on the production of polymer microbeads by electrostatics.”  Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 72 (1994) 517-521.
1 X. Zhang, U.P. Wyss, D. Pichora, B. Amsden, and  M. Goosen*. “Controlled release of albumin from biodegradable poly(DL-lactide) cylinders.” J. Control Release, 25 (1993) 61-69.