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Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar wins Non-Tenured Faculty Award from 3M
April 3, 2018

Carlos Aguilar is one of the recipients of the 2018 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Awards. Awarded by 3M Corporation, this award recognizes junior faculty who demonstrate outstanding research, experience, teaching and academic leadership.

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Press Release – 3D Printing for Medicine
March 14, 2018

A collaborative project from the Lahann, Luker and Krebsbach labs reports on new jet writing technique for printing 3D structures for biomedical applications.

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Interdisciplinary team of BI researchers publish new article on 3-D Jet Writing Technique
March 1, 2018

The article entitled “3D Jet Writing: Functional Microtissues Based on Tessellated Scaffold Architectures” appears in Advanced Materials.

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Research
Recent research findings Tim Bruns’ lab on sexual dysfunction
February 27, 2018

The research article was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine and entitled “Tibial Nerve Stimulation to Drive Genital Sexual Arousal in an Anesthetized Female Rat”.

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Lauren Zimmerman awarded NIH F31 predoctoral fellowship
February 27, 2018

Lauren Zimmerman, a graduate student in Tim Bruns’ lab, wins the NIH F31 Fellowship from the NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

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Kotov awarded Gold Prize Award in the Mobile World Scholar Challenge
February 21, 2018

Nick Kotov’s work on biomimetic composites is recognized by the Mobile World Scholar Challenge

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Two BI research fellows awarded MICHR Award
February 5, 2018

Patricia Schnepp, PhD and Vishwanath Sankarasubramanian, PhD receive Postdoctoral Translational Scholars Program (PTSP) Awards from MICHR.

 

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New Science Article from the Kotov Lab
January 25, 2018

The article entitled “Chiromagnetic Nanoparticles and Gels” appeared in the January 19 issue of Science.

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Diabetes and Its Complications Challenge Seed Funds Awards
January 23, 2018

We are pleased to announce our selection for the Diabetes and Its Complications Challenge seed fund competition.

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Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar joins BI
January 10, 2018

Carlos Aguilar, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and his research group recently joined BI. The Nano-Omic-Bio-Engineering Lab (NOBEL) is working on developing new approaches and tools to understand and investigate skeletal muscles.

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Nanoparticles self-assemble into nanoshells
Nanoparticles self-assemble into nanoshells
November 29, 2017

Research in the Kotov group demonstrated the self-assembly of inorganic nanoparticles into nanoshells, which can potentially be used for gene delivery applications. More details here.

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Scaffold-Based Lung Organoid
Scaffold-Based Lung Organoid
November 29, 2017

Lonnie Shea’s research group developed scaffold technologies to grow lung organoids.

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Kevlar-Based Cartilage
Kevlar-Based Cartilage
November 29, 2017

Nick Kotov develops artificial cartilage materials from Kevlar-based nanofibers.

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Lee Lab - Bioplasmonics Group
Lee Lab – Bioplasmonics Group
November 5, 2017

The Bioplasmonics Group, directed by Prof. Somin Lee, works at the interface between life science, physical science and engineering, drawing from a combination of bottom-up and top-down nanofabrication approaches, to design and develop smart biophotonic technologies and uncover biological complexities in the development of tissues and in cancer. Specifically, they have recently developed novel tools, including an mechano-optical plasmonic nanoantenna, to measure the temperature of proteins in cells. Prof. Lee received a Young Investigator Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) to support this research.

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Tuteja Lab - PSI Group
Tuteja Lab – PSI Group
October 31, 2017

Research in the Polymers Interfaces Surfaces (PSI) Group directed by Prof. Anish Tuteja focuses on developing polymers for energy and environmental applications. To date, the group has developed polymer systems for:

Drag reduction
Ice repelling
Drug delivery
Superhydrophobic and superoleophobic surfaces

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