The Society for Biomaterials selects Student Travel Achievement Recognition (STAR) awards based on student abstracts.
Maryam, Natalie, Changling, and Nghia all presented at this year’s ECS Research Day. It was a great day filled with wonderful research from SU!
Led by Dr. Jay Henderson, the workshop included K-12 teachers from across the state. Dr. Monroe presented a module on using Jello as a model… Read More »Dr. Monroe presents at NY State Master Teacher Polymers Workshop
Congratulations to Sapaydia for winning 2nd place in poster competition at Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM
Sapaydia presented on her REU work from last summer and earned 2nd place for the Biomedical Engineering, Chomical Engineering, and Materials subsection of the Biological Sciences discipline… Read More »Congratulations to Sapaydia for winning 2nd place in poster competition at Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM
Eden will be working with Kat on in vitro models for hemorrhagic wounds.
We had a potluck charcuterie for dinner with the female grad students, postdocs, and faculty in the BMCE department!
We celebrated a great fall semester with wonderful food from all over the world!
Congratulations to Maryam and Nghia on winning poster awards at the inaugural BioInspired Symposium!
Maryam won 1st place overall, and Nghia won 1st place the Stevenson Biomaterials Poster Awards!