Congratulations to Danielle Zamalin, mentored by doctoral student Eugenia Volkova and Nicole Zambrana-Garcia, mentored by doctoral student Bria Macklin, for your successful completion of the INBT REU experience in the Gerecht Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering Lab. The poster and oral presentations today in the Johns Hopkins Career, Academic and Research Experiences for Students (CARES) symposium were fantastic!
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Congratulations to Rebecca Brody, a junior from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, for winning second place at the National Junior Humanities and Science Symposium. Her work entitled, “The Effect of Hypoxia on Stem Cell Derived Endothelial Cells,” was ranked as one of the best in the biomedical science division!
Congratulations to Songnan Wang and Rebecca Black for winning the Johns Hopkins Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA)!
Yet again the Gerecht lab takes first place in the annual ChemBE Halloween costume contest. This year’s theme: Lion King
Congratulations to Michael Blatchley for winning 1st place in this year’s International Conference on Stem Cell Engineering in Toronto, Canada!
Congrats Dan Lewis on his new paper studying cancer migration in controlled oxygen environments. See the feature in JHU’s HUB: /http://hub.jhu.edu/2016/08/02/cancer-cell-movement-oxygen-metastasis/
AIMBE Fellows are nominated by their peers, and are considered the most accomplished and distinguished leaders in medical and biological engineering. According to AIMBE, Fellows are an important component of that organization’s vision “to provide medical and biological engineering innovation for the benefit of humanity” and are the “life-blood of AIMBE.” Dr. Sharon Gerecht was… Read more »