United States of America
Dr. Sharon Swartz is affiliated to BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, Brown University , where Dr. Sharon Swartz is currently working as Professor . Dr. Sharon Swartz has authored and co-authored several national and international publications and also working as a reviewer for reputed professional journals. Dr. Sharon Swartz is having an active association with different societies and academies around the world. Dr. Sharon Swartz made his mark in the scientific community with the contributions and widely recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. Dr. Sharon Swartz has received several awards for the contributions to the scientific community. Dr. Sharon Swartz major research interest involves actin , bundle formation , cell adhesion , depletion , electrostatic , fluctuation analysis ,motility ,phase transition , tubulin , viscoelasticity .
Aerodynamics , animal flight , bat biology, biomaterials , biomechanics , bone ,evolutionary biology ,evolutionary morphology , flight , mammalogy , muscle , skeletal biology ,skin,vertebrate biology
Konow N, Cheney JA, Roberts TJ, Waldman JR, Swartz SM. Spring or string: does tendon elastic action influence wing muscle mechanics in bat flight?. InProc. R. Soc. B 2015 Oct 7 (Vol. 282, No. 1816, p. 20151832). The Royal Society.
Sample CS, Xu AK, Swartz SM, Gibson LJ. Nanomechanical properties of wing membrane layers in the house cricket (Acheta domesticus Linnaeus). Journal of insect physiology. 2015 Mar 31;74:10-5.
Cheney JA, Konow N, Bearnot A, Swartz SM. A wrinkle in flight: the role of elastin fibres in the mechanical behaviour of bat wing membranes. Journal of The Royal Society Interface. 2015 May 6;12(106):20141286.