53. Wang, C.; Brown, G.; Burris, D.; Korley, L.T.J.; Epps, III, T.; The Coating Architects: Manipulating Multi-Scale Structures in Polymer Coatings to Optimize Interfacial Properties”, ACS Applied Polymer Materials; DOI: 10.1021/acsapm.9b00302

52. Thompson, C.B.; Chatterjee, S.; Korley, L.T.J.Gradient Supramolecular Interactions and Tunable Mechanics in Polychaete Jaw Inspired Supramolecular Interpenetrating Networks”, European Polymer Journal 2019,116,201-209, DOI:10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2019.04.015

51. Brannum, M.L.; Steele, A.B.; Venetos, M.C.; Korley, L.T.J.; Wnek, G.E.; White, T.J. “Light Control with Liquid Crystalline Elastomers”, Advanced Optical Materials 2019,

50. Alexander, S. L. M.; Korley, L. T. J. “Restricting molecular mobility in polymer nanocomposites with self-assembling low molecular weight gel additives”,  ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 201810, 43040–43048,

49. Prévôt, M. E.; Andro, H.; Alexander, S.L.M; Ustunel, S.; Zhu, C.; Nikolov, Z.; Rafferty, S. T.; Brannum, M.T.Brannum; Kinsel, B.; Korley, L.T.J.; Freeman, E.J.; McDonough, J.A.; Clements, R.J.; Hegmann, E., “Liquid crystal elastomer foams with elastic properties specifically engineered as biodegradable brain tissue scaffolds”, Soft Matter 2018, 14, 354 – 360,

48. Alexander, S. L. M.; Korley, L.T.J. “Nucleation effects of high molecular weight polymer additives on low molecular weight gels”, Invited Article, Polymer Journal 2018, 50, 775-786,

47. Matolyak, L.E.; Thompson, C. B.; Li, B.; Keum, J.; Cowen, J.; Tomazin, R.; Korley, L.T.J.,Secondary Structure Mediated Hierarchy and Mechanics in Polyurea-Peptide Hybrids”, Biomacromolecules 2018, 19 (8), 3445–3455,

46. Prévôt, M.E.; Bergquist, L. E.; Sharma, A., Mori, T., Gao, Y.; Bera, T.; Zhu, C.; Leslie, M.T.; R.; Korley, L.T.J.; Freeman, E.J.; McDonough, J. A., Clements, R.J., Hegmann, E., “New developments in 3D liquid crystal elastomers scaffolds for tissue engineering: from physical template to responsive substrate”, Proc. of SPIE 2017, 10361,103610T-11

45.  Matolyak, L.E.; Keum, J. K.; Van de Voorde, K.M.; Korley, L.T.J. “Synthetic Approach to Tailored Physical Associations in Peptide-Polyurea/Polyurethane Hybrids”, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 2017, 15, 7607-7617,

44. Alexander, S.L.M; Ahmadmehrabi, S.; Korley, L.T.J. “Programming Shape and Tailoring Transport: Advancing Hygromorphic Bilayers with Aligned Nanofibers”, Soft Matter 2017, 13, 5589 – 5596,

43. Jordan, A.M; Kim, S.-E.; Van de Voorde, K.M.; Porkoski, J.; Korley, L.T.J. “In Situ Fabrication of Fiber Reinforced Three-Dimensional Hydrogel Tissue Engineering Scaffolds”, ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering20173(8), 1869-1879,

42. Alexander, S.L.M.; Matolyak, L.E.; Korley, L.T.J., “Intelligent nanofiber composites: Dynamic communication between materials and their environment”, Macromolecular Materials and Engineering (Invited Feature Article) 2017,  302, 1700133,

41. Thompson, C.B.; Korley, L.T.J., “Harnessing Supramolecular and Peptidic Self-Assembly for the Construction of Reinforced Polymeric Tissue Scaffolds”, Bioconjugate Chemistry (Invited Review) 201728 (5), 1325-1339,

40. Gu, T.; Kawamato, K.; Zhong, M.; Chen, M.: Hore, M.J.A.; Jordan, A.M.; Olsen, B.A.; Korley, L.T.J.; Johnson, J.A., “Semi-batch monomer addition as a general method to tune and enhance the mechanics of polymer networks via loop defect control”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2017114 (19), 4875-4880,

39. Kim, S.-E.; Jordan, A.M; Korley, L.T.J.; Porkoski, J. “Drawing in poly (ε-caprolactone) Fibers: Tuning Mechanics, Fiber Dimensions and Surface-Modification for Biomedical Applications”, Journal of Materials Chemistry B 20175,  4499-4506,

38. Chen, M.; Gu, Y.; Singh, A.; Zhong, M.; Jordan, A.M. ; Biswas, S.; Korley, L.T.J.; Balazs, A.; Johnson, J. “Living additive manufacturing: transformation of parent gels into diversely functionalized daughter gels made possible by visible light photo-redox catalysis”, ACS Central Science, 20173(2), 124-134; 

37. Alexander, Symone L.M; Korley, L.T.J. “Tunable hygromorphism: structural implications of low molecular weight gels and electrospun nanofibers in bilayer composites”. Soft Matter2017,13, 283-291;

36. Sharma, A.; Mori, T.; Mahnen, C.J.; Everson, H.R.; Leslie, M.T.; Nielsen, A.d.; Lussier, L.; Zhu, C.; Hegmann, T.; McDonough, T.; Freeman, E.J.; Korley, L.T.J.; Clements, R.J.; Hegmann, R.  “Effects of structural variations on the cellular response and mechanical properties of biocompatible, biodegradable, and porous smectic liquid crystal elastomers”, Macromolecular Bioscience 201717, 1600278;

35. Matolyak, L.; Keum, J.; Korley, L.T.J. “Molecular Design: Network Architecture and Its Impact on the Organization and Mechanics of Peptide-Polyurea Hybrids”, Biomacromolecules201617, 3931-3939,

34. Lenart, W.; Jang, K.-S.; Jordan, A.M.; Baer, E.; Korley, L.T.J. “Mechanically Tunable Dual-Component Polyolefin Fiber Mats via Two-Dimensional Multilayer Coextrusion”, Polymer2016103, 328-336

33. Jordan, A.M; Viswanath, V.; Kim, S-E.; Porkoski, J.; Korley, L.T.J.  “Processing and Surface Modification of Polymer Nanofibers for Biological Scaffolds: A Review”. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016, 4, 5958-5974,

32. Jang, K-S; Korley, L.T.J.  “Phase diagrams of thermally-stable, polymer-dispersed liquid crystals: exploring the impact of chain length and chemical structure”. Polymer Engineering and Science2016, 56(4), 388-393,

31. Jordan, A.M., Marotta, T., Korley, L.T.J. “Reducing Environmental Impact: Solvent and PEO Reclamation During Production of Melt-Extruded PCL Nanofibers”ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, 20153(11), 2994-3003,

30. Wanasekara, N.D., Matolyak, L., Korley, L.T.J. “Tunable Mechanics in Electrospun Composites via Hierarchical Organization”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 201547(41), 22970-22979,

29. Monemian, S., Korley, L.T.J. “Exploring the Role of Supramolecular Associations in Mechanical Toughening of Interpenetrating Polymer Networks”, Macromolecules, 201548(19) 7146-7155,

28. Jordan, A.M., Korley, L.T.J. “Toward a Tunable Fibrous Scaffold: Structural Development during Uniaxial Drawing of Coextruded Poly(caprolactone) Fibers”,  Macromolecules, 201548 (8), 2614–2627,

27. Sharma, A., Neshat, A.,  Mahnen, C.J., Nielsen, A.d.,Snyder, J.,Stankovich, T.L., Daum, B.G.,  LaSpina, E.M., Beltrano, G., Li, S.,  Park, B.-W., Clements, R.J., Freeman, E.J., Malcuit, C.,  McDonough, J.A., Korley, L.T.J, Hegmann, T.,  Hegmann, E. “Biocompatible, biodegradable and porous liquid crystal elastomer scaffolds for spatial cell cultures”, Macromolecular Bioscience 2015,15, 200–214, Highlighted in Materials Views, 10/24/14, Journal Back Cover

26. Johnson, J.C., Korley, L.T.J., Tsige, M. “Coarse-Grained Modeling of Peptidic/PDMS Triblock Morphology”,  The Journal of Physical Chemistry B2014, 118(47), 13718-13728. 

25. Monemian, S.; Jang, K-S.; Ghassemi, H.; Korley, L.T.J., Probing the interplay of ultraviolet crosslinking and non-covalent interactions in supramolecular elastomers, Macromolecules 201447(16), 5633-5642,

24. Kim, S-E.; Wang, J.; Jordan, A.; Korley, L.T.J. ; Baer, E.; Pokorski, J; Surface Modification of Melt Extruded Poly(ε-caprolactone) Nanofibers: Toward a New Scalable Biomaterial Scaffold, ACS MacroLetters 2014, 3(6), 585–589; http://dx/

23. Jang, K-S.; Johnson, J.C.; Hegmann, T.; Hegmann, E.; Korley, L.T.J., Biphenyl-based Liquid Crystals for Elevated Temperature Processing with Polymers, Liquid Crystals 2014, 41(10), 1473-1482,

22. Jordan, A.M.; Lenart, W.; Carr, J.; Baer, E.; Korley, L.T.J; Structural evolution during mechanical deformation in high-barrier PVDF-TFE/PET multilayer films using in-situ X-ray techniques, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 20146(6), 3987-3994.

21. Wang, J.; Langhe, D.; Ponting, M.; Wnek, G.E.; Korley, L.T.J; Baer, E.; Manufacturing of Polymer Continuous Nanofibers using a Novel Co-extrusion and Multiplication Technique; Polymer 2014, 55(2), 673-685;

20. Johnson, J.C.; Wanasekara, N.D.; Korley, L.T.J.; Influence of secondary structure and hydrogen-bonding arrangement on the mechanical properties of peptidic-polyurea hybrids; J. Mater. Chem. B. 2014, 2, 2554-2561;

19. Wojtecki, R.J.; Wu, Q.; Johnson, J.C.; Ray, D.E.; Korley, L.T.J; Rowan, S.J.; Optimizing the formation of 2,6-bis(N-alkyl-benzimidazolyl)pyridine-containing [3]catenates through component design, Chemical Science 20134(12), 4440-4448;

18. Burt, T.M.; Monemian, S.; Jordan, A.M.; and Korley, L.T.J. Thin Film Confinement of Spherical Block Copolymers via Forced Assembly Co-extrusion, Soft Matter 20139(17), 4381-4385;

17. Wanasekara, N.W.; , Korley, L.T.J.; Toward Tunable and Adaptable Polymer Nanocomposites; Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 201351(7), 463-467;

16. Burt, T.M.; Jordan, A.M.; and Korley, L.T.J. Investigating Interfacial Contributions on the Layer-thickness Dependent Mechanical Response of Confined Self-assembly via Forced Assembly, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 20139(17), 4381-4385;

15. Wanasekara, N.W.; Stone, D.A.; Wnek, G.E., Korley, L.T.J.; Stimuli-responsive and Mechanically-switchable Electrospun Composites; Macromolecules 201245(22), 9092–9099;

14. Burt, T.M.; Jordan, A.M.; and Korley, L.T.J. Towards Anisotropic Materials via Forced Assembly Co-extrusion, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 20124(10), 5155–5161;

13. Johnson, J.C; Korley, L.T.J.; Enhanced Mechanical Function with Nature’s Building Blocks: Amino Acids; Soft Matter 2012(45), 11431-11442;

12. Lai, C-Y..; Hiltner, A.; Baer, E.; Korley, L.T.J.; The Deformation of Confined Poly(ethylene oxide) in Multilayer Films; ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2012,  4 (4), 2218–2227;

11.  Johnson, J.C.; Wanasekara, N.D.; Korley, L.T.J.; Utilizing Peptidic Ordering in the Design of Hierarchical Polyurethane/ureas; Biomacromolecules 201213 (5), 1279–1286;

10. Stone, D.A.; Wanasekara, N.W.; Jones, D.;  Wheeler, N.R., Wilusz, E.; Zukas, W., Wnek, G.E., Korley, L.T.J.; All-Organic, Stimuli-responsive Polymer Composites with Electrospun Fiber Fillers; ACS Macro Letters 20121, 80-83;

9. Burt, T.M.; Keum, J.; Hiltner, A.; Baer, E. and Korley, L.T.J.  “Confinement of Elastomeric Block Copolymers via Forced Assembly Co-extrusion”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 20123(12), 4804-4811

8. Stone, D.A.;Hsu, L.;  Wheeler, N.R., Wilusz, E.; Zukas, W., Wnek, G.E., Korley, L.T.J.; Mechanical Enhancement via Self-Assembled Nanostructures in Polymer Nanocomposites; Soft Matter 20117, 2449 – 2455;

7. Stone, D.A.; Korley, L.T.J.; Bioinspired Polymeric Nanocomposites; Macromolecules 2010, 43, 9217–9226;

6. Kamperman, M; Korley, L.T.J; Yau, B.; Johansen, K.M.; Joo, Y.L.; Wiesner, U.; Nanomanufacturing of Continuous Composite Nanofibers with Confinement-induced Morphologies, Polymer Chemistry 20101, 1001-1004;

5. Ponting, M.; Abernathy, T.; Korley, L.T.J.; Hiltner, A.; Baer, E.; Gradient Multilayer Films by Forced Assembly Coextrusion, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (special contribution in honor of Don Paul’s 65th Birthday) 201049 (23), 12111–12118;

4. Waletzko, R.S.; Korley, L.T.J.; Pate, B.D.; Thomas, E.L.; Hammond, P.T.; Role of Increased Crystallinity in Deformation-Induced Structure of Segmented Thermoplastic Polyurethane Elastomers with PEO- and PEO-PPO-PEO Soft Segments and HDI Hard Segments, Macromolecules200942, 2041–2053

3.  Korley, L.T.J.; Liff, S.M.; Kumar, N.; McKinley, G.H.; Hammond, P.T.; Preferential Association of Segment Blocks in Polyurethane Nanocomposites; Macromolecules 2006, 39(20), 7030-7036; DOI: 10.1021/ma061383

2. Korley, L.T.J.; Pate, B.D.; Thomas, E.L.; Hammond, P.T.; Effect of the Degree of Soft and Hard Segment Ordering on the Morphology and Mechanical Behavior of Semicrystalline Segmented Polyurethanes; Polymer 2006, 47(9), 3073-3082; DOI:10.1016/j.polymer.2006.02.093

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