Source: UMBC’s Erin Lavik receives National Eye Institute funding to create “living model of the human retina” Advertisements
A proposal to create a living model of the human retina, the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye, won $90,000 in the National Eye Institute (NEI) 3-D Retina Organoid Challenge (3-D ROC). The NEI 3-D ROC is an initiative that seeks to design human retinas from stem cells. Erin Lavik, Sc.D., at the… Read More National Eye Institute awards prize for ‘Retina in a dish’ competition
Three of our amazing undergraduate researchers presented great posters on their Summer research at the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium. Bryan, Chimdiya, and Eliana all rock!
Everyone in the lab works hard, and sometimes, one just needs a break and some inspiration, so we all went to see Wonder Woman. It would have been even better if the bad guy wasn’t a chemist.
Congratulations, Nuzhat on passing your qualifier! Well done.
Congratulations, Chimdiya, on your amazing data wrangling. http://news.umbc.edu/umbc-students-tackle-complex-questions-with-creativity-at-urcad-2017/