Books – Authored, Edited 

Isaacs, J. L. and M. S. Marcolongo (2012). Micromechanics of the Annulus Fibrosus: Role of Biomolecules in Mechanical Function, Drexel University.

Ganesh, N. and M. Marcolongo (2010). Biomimetic Aggrecan Based on a Polyacrylic Acid (PAA) Core and Chondroitin Sulfate (CS) Bristles, Drexel University.

Massey, C. J. and M. S. Marcolongo (2009). Finite Element Analysis and Materials Characterization of Changes Due to Aging and Degeneration of the Human Intervertebral Disc, Drexel University.

Marcolongo, M. and A. Joshi (2006). “Spinal Implants.” Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation.

Hurd, S. C. and M. Marcolongo (2006). Investigating a Cell Model to Understand the Mechanisms Responsible for Blastocyst Attachment to Human Uterine Epithelium, Drexel University.

Allen, S. E. and M. Marcolongo (2006). Restoration of Mechanics in Compressive Loading for Partially to Totally Denucleated Intervertebral Disc, Drexel University.

Massey, C. J. and M. S. Marcolongo (2005). Diurnal Biomechanics of the Human Intervertebral Disc, Drexel University.

Marcolongo, M., P. Kambin, A. Lowman and A. Karduna (2005). “Experience with minimally invasive nucleus replacement.” Arthroscopic and endoscopic spinal surgery: 295-313.

Heipp, P. S., M. Marcolongo and N. J. DiNardo (2005). Investigation of a Cell Culture System to Further the Understanding of Osteoblastic Cell Attachment on Ti Substrates as a Function of Surface Interaction, Drexel University.

Feldstein, D. C. and M. S. Marcolongo (2005). Numerical Modeling of a Three-dimensional Functional Spinal Unit, Drexel University.

Prechtel, E. and M. Marcolongo (2003). Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of a Tissue Engineered Small Caliber Vascular Graft, Drexel University.

Thomas, J. D., M. Marcolongo and A. Lowman (2001). Novel Associated PVA/PVP Hydrogels for Nucleus Pulposus Replacement, Drexel University.

Yamanaka, H. and M. Marcolongo (2000). Fibronectin Adsorption to Polystyrene with Varied Surface Charge Measured by Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Drexel University.