Zach Galliger has won the Case School of Engineering Adler award. The award is given to the undergraduate engineering student who, though high scholarship, technical creativity, and service to his or her peers, best exemplifies the ideals and talents of Professor Robert J. Adler. Congratulations, Zach! You rock!
DaShawn didn’t just do a great job at the MSTP retreat, he did an AWARD WINNING job, winning best poster award. Congratulations!
Dr. Lavik has been invited to become of fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineers. She’s really excited and delighted by this honor. She will be inducted during a ceremony at the National Academy of Science in March.
Anton, one of our newest recruits in the Laviklab, has gotten summer SOURCE funding for his research. Congratulations, Anton!
Larry received his second summer of SOURCE funding for his work developing extremely well controlled, reproducible nanoparticles for a range of applications.
Lydia has been awarded an Honorable Mention from the National Science Foundation for her proposal to the graduate fellowship competition. Congratulations, Lydia!
On Sept. 30, Francis Collins announced the 2010 Director’s New Innovator Awards. Dr. Lavik and the Laviklab received an award for the work involving the development of synthetic platelets entitled, “Clinically translatable nanotechnology: hemostasis and neuroprotection”.