Posts By: Franklyn Hall

Dr. Sharon Gerecht Kicks Off BME Seminar Series

Every Semester, the Biomedical Engineering Department organizes a seminar series that exposes students from the undergraduate to post-doctoral level to research conducted by Professors who are at the top of their respective fields. As a Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Sharon Gerecht kicked off the seminar series on Wednesday, September 11th with her talk entitled Guiding 3D… Read more »

Eugenia Volkova Gives a Pop-Talk at the JI Meeting of CSBC/PSON

Congratulations to Eugenia Volkova on her recent pop-talk “Ex Vivo Analysis of Matrix Stress Relaxation Origins and Development in Sarcoma” which she recently gave at the annual Junior Investigators Meeting of the Cancer Systems Biology Consortium (CSBC)/ Physical Science and Oncology Network(PSON) at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland!

Student Spotlight: Eugenia Volkova

Eugenia Volkova is a 4th year PhD Candidate in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular and member of the Gerecht Lab. Please follow the link below to learn more about Eugenia and the work she does within the lab!

Farewell to Dr. Michael R. Blatchley

The Gerecht Lab would like to say their final goodbyes and wish Dr. Blatchley well as he transitions to the University of Colorado at Boulder for his post-doctoral studies!

Bria Macklin Receives a 2019 BMES Career Development Award

Congratulations to Bria Macklin on winning a 2019 BMES Career Development Award. This award provides students with complimentary registration to this years BMES Conference in Philadelphia, PA. Additionally, students receive a significant stipend to aid in travel costs. While at BMES, Bria will be giving a talk entitled “Induced pluripotent stem cell-derived endothelial cells incorporate… Read more »

Morgan’s paper on vascular graft for the treatment of CAD and CCD is published!

Morgan’s work on improving surgical practices and reducing the number of surgeries for patients suffering from Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Congenital Cardiovascular Defects (CCD) led to the creation of a rapidly producible; small-diameter vascular graft. The natural graft can be produced in less than one week, dissolves as healthy tissue grows in its place,… Read more »

Congratulations Seniors!

The Gerecht Lab would like to congratulate former undergraduate lab members Calixto Mateos Salles, Rayyan Gorashi, Mark Ciccaglione, Theresa Chen, and Vidur Kailash on graduating this May! We wish you the best in your future endeavors! We also want to congratulate Matt Pressman on his graduation and are excited that he decided to pursue a… Read more »

13th Annual Nano-Bio Symposium

On Friday, May 3rd the Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT) held its 13th Annual Nano-Bio Symposium. The day featured talks from industry leaders from companies including Agilent Technologies and GE Healthcare in addition to some of our own faculty members including Dr. Michael Tsapatsis and Dr. Jordan Green. The symposium also held a poster competition which… Read more »