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Lahann Lab reports on new 3D scaffolds that could find applications in Precision Medicine
October 3, 2019

The paper entitled “Engineered Fibrillar Fibronectin Networks as Three‐Dimensional Tissue Scaffolds” appears in Advanced Materials. The work was done in collaboration with BI faculty members Gary Luker and Max Wicha.

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Evoq Therapeutics
Recent BI Publications
September 30, 2019

Publications from BI Research Groups in September

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Evoq
Recent BI Publications
August 30, 2019

Recent Publications from BI Research Groups

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Moon Lab Develops Nanoparticle that Relieved IBD Symptoms in Mice
August 26, 2019

Researchers found that the nanoparticle alleviates symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease more effectively than common FDA-approved medications.

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Nanoparticles self-assemble into nanoshells
Graduate Student Ziwen Zhu receives 2019 Precision Health Scholar Award
July 1, 2019

Ziwen Zhu, a graduate student in Biomedical Engineering from Deepak Nagrath’s lab, has received one of the 2019 Precision Health Scholar Awards for his project titled “Metabolic Liquid Biopsy to Predict Treatment Response in Non Small Cell Lung Cancer”

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Nanotechnology
Recent BI Publications
June 28, 2019

Recent Publications from BI Research Groups

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James Weiland
Weiland Lab helping the blind through a brain-computer interface
June 6, 2019

Learn more about Jim Weiland’s work with the Argus retinal prosthesis.

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Chestek and Weiland co-investigators on NSF award
Recent BI Publications
May 30, 2019

Recent Publications from BI Research Groups

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BI on Twitter
May 21, 2019

Follow BI (@UMBiointerfaces) for updates on the work being done by our faculty and students!

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Why Does Obesity Lead to Respiratory Dysfunction?
April 3, 2019

Drs. Tae-Hwa Chun and Eric D. Buras published their findings on the impact of obesity on respiratory muscles—in particular, the diaphragm in mice in the journal Diabetes.

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