About this team member
Elizabeth Goldstein is an Ann Arbor native who graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in 2010. She studied Chemistry, Music and German at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Elizabeth worked from three summers in the Banaszak Holl group with Flora Fang, studying collagen in bone using Atomic Force Microscopy to better understand Osteoperosis. She is currently a graduate student in the Stoltz group at Cal Tech and the holder of an NSF graduate research fellowship award.
- Type I Collagen Self-Assembly: The Roles of Substrate and Concentration Langmuir 2013 29 2330-2338
- Type I Collagen D-spacing in Fibril Bundles of Dermis, Tendon, and Bone: Bridging Between Nano- and Micro-level Tissue Hierarchy ACS Nano 2012 6 9503-9514