David’s thesis work focused on characterizing drug release from magnetically actuated shape memory polymers.
She presented her work on synthesizing off-the-shelf shape memory polymer foams for hemorrhage control and characterizing them in an in vitro model.
This is the highest honor that the Society for Biomaterials gives to students and is accompanied with Maryam’s published paper in the Journal of Biomedical… Read More »Congratulations to Maryam on winning the SFB Student Award for Outstanding Research!
This fellowship will support Natalie’s dissertation research on shape memory polymer foams for traumatic wound healing.
This prize is the highest honor given to PhD students at Syracuse University and recognizes their hard work and impactful research.
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