Slater Lab article chosen as Advanced Healthcare Materials frontispiece!

013-fabrication-of-3d-biomimetic-microfluidic-networks-graphicSlater lab’s article “Fabrication of 3D Biomimetic Microfluidic Networks in Hydrogels” and image has been chosen as the frontispiece in Volume 5 Issue 17 of Advanced Healthcare Materials. Congratulations!
K.A. Heintz, M.E. Bregenzer, J.L. Niemczyk, K.H. Lee, J.L. West, & J.H. Slater. “Fabrication of 3D Biomimetic Microfluidic Networks in Hydrogels.” Advanced Healthcare Materials. 5, 2153-2160 (2016). doi:10.1002/adhm.201670093

BME faculty member John Slater wins CAT grant!

slater-portraitBME’s own John Slater won a CAT grant to “develop advanced technologies to measure protein in solution that can be used to characterize and identify diseases”  from the Delaware Bioscience Center for Advanced Technology.  (UDaily article

How to Change the World with 200 People: Organ-On-a-Chip

bio chip“We know that the Human Genome Project has changed the landscape radically, forever! And now we’re going to do the same thing in Organ-on-a-Chip and Regenerative Medicine, by bringing solutions, at scale, to the world’s population.”

VanDam, D. (2016, July 12). “How to Change the World with 200 People: Organ-On-a-Chip.” Retrieved from