Congratulations to Elisa Ovadia for receiving the first quarterly award for Excellence in Safety from the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department at UD! This award recognizes her hard work in establishing and maintaining a safe work environment, especially in cell culture.
April Kloxin has received a Career Catalyst Research award from the Susan G. Komen Foundation to support research on breast cancer recurrence.
April Kloxin Group has received a grant from the DE Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology (Bioscience CAT). Kloxin will work with the Fraunhofer USA Center for Molecular Biotechnology to control the release of therapeutics when and where they are needed within the body using light-responsive materials, in collaboration with Dr. Mark Jones, Prof. Matt Doty, Prof. Kristi Kiick.
Matthew Rehmann successfully completed his Ph.D. defense on July 25, 2016. Congratulations Matt!
Katherine Wiley accepted as visiting scholar in international Fraunhofer-UD Exchange program. Wiley will perform research at the prestigious Fraunhofer Institute of Cell Therapy and Immunology in Leipzig, Germany. Congratulations Kat!
Elisa Ovadia leads demonstrations in summer camps with K-12 Engineering program.
Lisa Sawicki was selected for an oral presentation at the Gordon Research Symposium and received an outstanding poster award at the Gordon Research Conference for Signal Transduction by Engineered Extracellular Matrices.
Megan Smithmyer gave an oral presentation on her work establishing model systems to study pulmonary fibrosis at the 2016 National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Chen Guo received an Outstanding Presentation Award from “Dynamic and Tunable Biomaterials Symposium” in the Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering division at the American Chemical Society national meeting in spring 2016, sponsored by ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. Congratulations Chen!