Pluripotent stem cells hold key to blood vessel formation

Pluripotent stem cells, those cells capable of transforming into any type of tissue in the human body, hold the key to one of science’s biggest challenges: the formation of new blood vessels. Researchers in the laboratory of Sharon Gerecht, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering in the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins… Read more »

Gerecht research featured in Baltimore Sun science section

Science journalism is coming back to The Baltimore Sun, or so it would seem. Evidence of this comes in the form of this well written article by Arthur Hirsch about work in the laboratory of Sharon Gerecht, associate professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and an affiliated faculty member of Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology…. Read more »

Archived news 2008 – 2013

08.27.2013 Huge congratulations to our newest doctor, Dr. Hasan Erbil Abaci!! 06.25.2013 Watch Greco and Tom discuss hydrogels for wound healing as part of JHU’s new initiative, Fast Forward! [continued] 01.05.2011 Sravanti receiving the Peterson Award from BIOT, ACS for best student presentation in 2012!!! 04.01.2013 Quinton Smith receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Quinton Smith,… Read more »