Publications

Manning CV

Preprints, in preparation

  1. Agnik Dasgupta1, Matthias Merkel2, Andrew E. Jacob1, Jonathan Dawson2, M. Lisa Manning2 and Jeffrey D. Amack, “Asymmetric cell volume changes regulate epithelial remodeling of the left-right organizer”, submitted (2017).
    Funding: Syracuse Soft Matter Program, Simons Glass (Award #454947), Simons MMLS (Award #446222), NSF DMR-1305184, NSF DMR- 1609208, NSF CAREER, IGERT DGE-1068780, NIH R01GM117598-02. Computational resources provided by Syracuse University and through NSF CC*DNI Engineer.
  2. Franziska Wetzel*, Anatol Fritsch*, Dapeng Bi*, Roland Stange, Steve Pawlizak, Tobias Kiessling, Lars-Christian Horn, Klaus Bendrat, Maja Oktay, Axel Niendorf, John Condeelis, Michael Hckel, Cristina Marchetti, Lisa Manning, Josef A. Kaes, “Why do rigid tumours contain soft cancer cells?,” submitted, (2017).*these authors contributed equally. 
    Funding: R01GM117598-02 (NIH R01), SCIALOG, Cottrell.
  3. Fabio Giavazzi, Matteo Paoluzzi, Marta Macchi, Dapeng Bi, Giorgio Scita, M. Lisa Manning, Roberto Cerbino, M. Cristina Marchetti. “Flocking Transition in Confluent Tissues” submitted, arXiv:1706.01113 (2017).
    Funding: Syracuse Soft Matter Program, NSF-PoLS, NSF-CAREER. Computing support from NSF ACI-1341006 and NSF CC*DNI Engineer.
  4. Matthias Merkel and Lisa Manning. A geometrically controlled rigidity transition in a model for confluent 3D tissues, arXiv:1706.02656 submitted (2017).
    Funding: Syracuse Soft Matter Program, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement,
    NSF-PoLS, NSF-CAREER, Simons Glass, Simons MMLS. Computing support from NSF ACI-1341006 and NSF CC*DNI Engineer.
  5. Daniel Sussman, Jennifer Schwarz, M. Cristina Marchetti, M. Lisa Manning. Soft yet sharp interfaces in vertex-based models for confluent tissues. arXiv:1710.00708 submitted. (2017)
    Funding: Sloan, Gordon and Betty Moore, Cottrell, Simons Glass (Award #454947), Simons MMLS (Award #446222), NSF PoLS, NSF CAREER. Computational resources through NSF CC*DNI Engineer.
  6. M. Czajkowski, Dapeng Bi, M. L. Manning, M. C. Marchetti, A Hydrodynamic Model for the Density-Independent Flocking Transition in Confluent Tissues, in preparation (2017).
  7. G. Passucci, M.E. Brasch, J. H. Henderson, M. L. Manning, “Identifying the mechanisms that generate super-diffusivity in mouse fibroblast trajectories on 2D substrates”, in preparation, (2017).
  8. Peter Morse, Merlijn van Deen, Sven Wijtmans, Martin Van Hecke, M. L. Manning, “Distinguishing rearrangement events in disordered solids as a function of pressure,” in preparation, (2017).
  9. M.E. Brasch,G. Passucci, A. Gulvady, C. E. Turner, M. L. Manning, J. H. Henderson, “Polarization of cells during controlled changes to substrate nanotopography,” in preparation, (2017).

Peer-reviewed publications

  1. X. Yang, Dapeng Bi, M. Czajkowski, M. Merkel, M. L. Manning, M. C. Marchetti, “Correlating Cell Shape and Cellular Stress in Motile Confluent Tissues”, to appear in PNAS (2017) arXiv:1704.05951.
    Funding: NSF-CAREER, Sloan, Simons Glass (Award #454947). Computing resources provided by Syracuse University and NSF CC*DNI Engineer.
  2. Sven Wijtmans, M. L. Manning, “Disentangling sound modes and defects in disordered solids,” Cover article in Soft Matter DOI: 10.1039/C7SM00792B, arXiv:1502.00685 (2017).
    Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF-Career, NIH R01, SCIALOG, Cottrell, CC*DNI Engineer, SU HTC Campus Grid, SU Soft Matter Program
  3. M. Merkel and M. L. Manning. “Using cell deformation and motion to predict forces and collective behavior in morphogenesis.” Invited review, Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology (2016).
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF-Career, NIH R01, SCIALOG, Cottrell, CC*DNI Engineer, SU HTC Campus Grid, SU Soft Matter Program
  4. Dapeng Bi, X. Yang, M. C. Marchetti, M. L. Manning, “Motility-driven glass transitions in biological tissues,” Phys. Rev X 6 021011 arXiv:1509.06578 http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevX.6.021011 (2016). 
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF-Career, Scialog, Cottrell & NIH RO1
  5. [pdf] Dapeng Bi, J. Lopez, J. Schwarz, M. L. Manning, “A density-independent rigidity transition in biological tissues,” Nature Physics 11 1074-1079 doi:10.1038/nphys3471 arXiv:1409.0593, (2015). 
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF career
    recommended in F1000Prime as being of special significance in its field by F1000 Faculty Member Xavier Trepat. http://f1000.com/prime/726043939?subscriptioncode=b0d58b25-d44e-4cfb-915c-7bfb1c97695f
  6. Steve Pawlizak, Anatol Fritsch, Steffen Grosser, Dave Ahrens, Tobias Thalheim, Stefanie Riedel, Tobias Kießling,  Mareike Zink, M. Lisa Manning, and Josef A. Käs, “Testing the differential adhesion hypothesis across the epithelial−mesenchymal transition”, New Journal of Physics 17, 24 August http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/17/8/083049 (2015).
    highlighted in a “Perspective” article in the new journal of physics by Dr. Fredberg and Tambe: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/17/9/091001 
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF career
  7. Jin-Ah Park, Jae Hun Kim, Dapeng Bi, Jennifer A. Mitchel, Nader Taheri Qazvini, Kelan Tantisira, ChanYoung Park, Maureen McGill, Sae-Hoon Kim, Robert Steward, Jr., Stephanie Burger, Weiliang Qiu, Scott H. Randell, Alvin Kho, Dhananjay Tambe, Corey Hardin, Stephanie A. Shore, Elliot Israel, David A. Weitz, Daniel J. Tschumperlin, Scott T. Weiss, Elizabeth P. Henske, M. Lisa Manning, James P. Butler, Jeffrey M. Drazen, Jeffrey J. Fredberg, “Unjamming and cell shape in the asthmatic airway epithelium,”  Nature Materials 14 1040–1048, doi:10.1038/nmat4357 (2015). 
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF career
    highlighted in a news and views article in Nature Materials by Dr. Swartz: http://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/v14/n10/full/nmat4434.html
  8. [pdf] Danielle S. Bassett, Eli T. Owens, Mason A. Porter, M. Lisa Manning, Karen E. Daniels. “Practical Methods for the Examination of Force Chain Network Architecture in Granular Materials” Soft Matter DOI: 10.1039/C4SM01821D, arXiv:1408.3841 (2015). (Cover article) 
    Funding: Sloan, NSF-BMMB, NSF Career
  9. [pdf] M. L. Manning and A. J. Liu, “A random matrix definition of the boson peak,”  Europhysics Letters, 109 36002 arXiv:1307.5904 (2015). 
    Funding; NSF CAREER
  10. Craig Fox, M. L. Manning and J. D. Amack, “A quantiative analysis of fluid flow in Kupffer’s Vesicle”, in press as an invited book chapter in “Methods in Cillia and Flagella”, Elsevier (2015). (Cover image)
  11. [pdf] Xingbo Yang, M. Lisa Manning and M. Cristina Marchetti, “Aggregation and Segre- gation of confined active particles,” Soft Matter 10 (34), 6477 – 6484 DOI:10.1039/C4SM00927D, (2014). Recommended with a commentary in the Journal Club for Condensed Matter
    Funding: NSF Career, NSF-BMMB
  12. [pdf] R. M. Baker, M. E. Brasch, M. L. Manning, J. H. Henderson, “Automated, contour- based tracking and analysis of cell behavior over long timescales in environments of varying complexity and cell density,”  J. Roy. Soc. Interface 11(97), 20140386, doi: 10.1098/rsif.2014.0386 (2014). 
    Funding: NSF-BMMB
  13. [pdf] Dapeng Bi, J. Lopez, J. Schwarz, M. L. Manning, “Energy barriers and cell migration in densely packed tissues,” Soft Matter 10 1885-1890 DOI:10.1039/C3SM52893F, arXiv:1308.3891 (2014). Recommended with a commentary in the Journal Club for Condensed Matter.
    Funding: NSF-BMMB, Syracuse University Chancellor’s Fund, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
  14. [pdf] T. Idema, J. O. Dubuis, L. Kang, M. L. Manning, P. C. Nelson, T. C. Lubensky, and A. J. Liu, “The syncytial Drosophila embryo as a mechanically excitable medium,” PLOS ONE  8(10): e77216. arXiv:1304.4025 (2013). 
    No MLM funding
  15. [pdf] E-.M. Schoetz, M. Lanio, J. Talbot, and M. L. Manning, “Glassy dynamics in three dimensional embryonic tissues,” J. R. Soc. Interface 10(89): 20130726 arXiv:1307.4454 (2013). 
    No MLM funding
  16. [pdf] JD Amack, ML Manning. Knowing the Boundaries: Extending the Differential Adhesion Hypothesis in Embryonic Cell Sorting. Science 338 (6104), 212-215 (2012). 
    Funding: Syracuse University College of Arts & Sciences
  17. [pdf] Guangliang Wang, M. Lisa Manning, Jeffrey D Amack. Regional Cell Shape Changes Control Form and Function of Kupffer’s Vesicle in the Zebrafish Embryo. Developmental Biology. Volume 370, Issue 1, 1 October 2012, Pages 52–62.  (2012). 
    Funding: NSF Career, NSF-BMMB, IGERT, NIH R01, Scialog, Sloan, Cottrell, Syracuse University Chancellor’s Fund, College of Arts & Sciences.
  18. [pdf] M. L. Manning and A.J. Liu. Vibrational modes identify soft spots in a sheared disordered packing. Phys. Rev. Lett. 107 108302 arXiv:1012.4822 (2011). 
    No MLM funding
  19. [pdf] K. Chen, M. L. Manning, P. J. Yunker, W. G. Ellenbroek, Z. Zhang, A. J. Liu, and A. G. Yodh. Measurement of Correlations between Low-Frequency Vibrational Modes and Particle Rearrangements in Quasi-Two-Dimensional Colloidal Glasses. Phys. Rev. Lett.107 108301 arXiv:1103.2352 (2011). 
    No MLM funding
  20. [pdf] (Supp. Info)  M. L. Manning, R. A. Foty, M. S. Steinberg, and E.-M. Schoetz, “Coaction of intercellular adhesion and cortical tension specifies tissue surface tension,” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 107, 28 12517-12522,(2010). 
    Funding: NSF-BMMB, Cottrell, Scialog, Sloan, NIH R 01, IGERT, Syracuse University Chancellor’s Fund, College of Arts & Sciences.
  21. [pdf] “Pulse-like, crack-like and supershear earthquake ruptures with shear strain localization,” E. G. Daub, M. L. Manning and J. M. Carlson, J. Geophys. Res. 115, B05311 (2010) 
    No MLM funding
  22. [pdf] M. L. Manning, E. G. Daub, J. S. Langer and J. M. Carlson. Rate dependent shear bands in a shear transformation zone model of amorphous solids. Phys. Rev. E 79, 016110 (2009) 
    Funding: NSF Graduate research fellowship
  23. [pdf] E. G. Daub, M. L. Manning and J. M. Carlson. Dynamic weakening due to strain localization in a constitutive model for fault gouge. Geophys. Res. Lett. 35, L12310 (2008). 
    Funding: NSF Career, NSF-BMMB, IGERT, Scialog, Cottrell, NIH R01, Sloan, Syracuse University Chancellor’s Fund, College of Arts & Sciences
  24. [pdf] J. S. Langer and M. L. Manning. Steady-state, effective-temperature dynamics in a glassy material.Phys. Rev. E 76 056107 (2007). 
    Funding: NSF, McDonnell, Packard, NSF DMR-0606092
  25. [pdf] M. L. Manning, J. S. Langer, and J. M. Carlson. Strain localization in a shear transformation zone model for amorphous solids. Phys. Rev. E 76 056106 (2007). 
    Funding: IGERT
  26. [pdf] M. Manning, J. M. Carlson, and J. Doyle. Highly Optimized Tolerance in dense and sparse resource regimes. Phys. Rev. E 72 056106 (2005).

Additional publications

  • [pdf] M. L. Manning, R. A. Foty, M. S. Steinberg, and E.-M. Schoetz, “Reply to Krens et al: Cell stretching may initiate cell differentiation,” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 108, 3, E11 (2011).
  • [pdf] M. L. Manning, Effective temperature and strain localization in amorphous solids. Ph. D. Thesis. September 2008.