Tobias Coombs presented his poster on the complement response to nanomaterials at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students and won a presentation award! Congratulations, Tobias!
Today, Sydney defended her Master’s thesis on developing polyurethane nanoparticles for self-healing applications. Her work was phenomenal, and she did a brilliant job of presenting it. She passed with flying colors, and left all of humbled. When she proposed to make a self-healing material, we all had many, many doubts, but today, she demonstrated that… Read More Sydney Defends her Thesis!
Today, Josh presented his work on developing the screen printing process and characterizing the reproducibility and application at URCAD. Congratulations, Josh, on a brilliant poster and presentation.
Narendra and Nuzhat presented their work beautifully at the local Biomaterials Day at College Park. Their work represents two important branches of the lab: engineering new tissue models and developing novel hemostats. Well done!
A few of us from the lab were honored to participate in the Hilltop Society Dinner this year. Nuzhat spoke about her work, and we all had a wonderful time interacting with supporters of UMBC. (And we wore our spiffy clothes.)
I am tremendously proud and delighted to announce that the Virtual Issue for Bioconjugate Chemistry celebrating Women in Science is available! Please take a look. Erin Celebrating Women in Science
Rakan El-Mayta presented his work on screen printing tissues at the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium. His work was highlighted as a great example of the work undergraduates do at UMBC. Well done, Rakan! https://news.umbc.edu/umbcs-summer-undergraduate-research-fest-2018-spotlights-talents-of-emerging-scientists/