Lembong, Santoro Awarded MSCRF Fellowships

Lembong, Santoro Awarded MSCRF Fellowships

Congratulations to Dr. Josephine Lembong and Dr. Marco Santoro, both postdoctoral fellows in our lab, for winning fellowships from the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund…

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Bracaglia Graduates with PhD

Bracaglia Graduates with PhD

PhD student Laurie Bracaglia successfully defended her thesis titled “Development Of Hybrid Biomaterials For Reconstruction Of Cardiovascular Tissue” Congratulations to Laurie! general motors 7 days…

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TEBL to Lead $6.25 Million, NIH-Funded Center for Engineering Complex Tissues

TEBL to Lead $6.25 Million, NIH-Funded Center for Engineering Complex Tissues

COLLEGE PARK, Md.—The University of Maryland (UMD) announced today that it will lead a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded Biomedical Technology Resource Center (BTRC) aimed…

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Bracaglia elected SYIS-AM Chair

Bracaglia elected SYIS-AM Chair

Graduate Student Laurie Bracaglia was elected as the Chair of the Student and Young Investigators Section – Americas Chapter this past December during the annual…

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TEBL Celebrates 100th Paper

TEBL Celebrates 100th Paper

Our lab recently celebrated the milestone of publishing 100 papers, stemming back to 1996. The 100th paper was work done by Dr. Martha Wang (PhD,…

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Nguyen Graduates With PhD, Talaie Graduates With MS

Nguyen Graduates With PhD, Talaie Graduates With MS

PhD student Bao-Ngoc Nguyen and MS student Tara Talaie successfully defended their theses. Bao’s thesis was “Dynamic Coculture of Prevascularized Engineered Bone Construct,” while Tara’s…

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Rhodes and Vantucci awarded NSF Fellowships

Rhodes and Vantucci awarded NSF Fellowships

Graduating seniors Kelly Rhodes and Casey Vantucci were both recently awarded graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation. This will provide both with three…

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3D Printed Scaffolds for Dynamic Stem Cell Coculture

3D Printed Scaffolds for Dynamic Stem Cell Coculture

This project aims to develop a method for 3D printing a biomaterial for the expansion and differentiation of cocultured mesenchymal and hematopoietic stem cells. The…

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Hybrid Biomaterials for Vascular Remodeling

Hybrid Biomaterials for Vascular Remodeling

This project focuses on the development of hybrid materials consisting of ECM proteins and polymer components to build a material for use in surgical reconstruction…

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3D Printed Bioengineered Placenta Model to Study Preeclampsia

3D Printed Bioengineered Placenta Model to Study Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia (PE) is a leading cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality, affecting 3 to 8% of all pregnancies. Current research suggests that the…

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