Sapaydia will be working with Henry and Nghia this summer as part of the Interactive Biomaterials REU program at SU to tune degradation properties of… Read More »Welcome to our new REU student, Sapaydia!
This work used phenolic acids to increase oxidative degradation stability of SMP foams and to evaluate effects of antioxidants on surrounding cells. Read more here.
Caitlyn was honored for her excellent work in the MBM lab over the past 1.5 years!
Congratulations to all of the MBM Lab students on their well-deserved awards and honors at SFB 2022 in Baltimore!
Maryam will present her work on bacteria-responsive SMPs, and Caitlyn will present her research on the effects of phenolic acids on hydrogel mechanical and antimicrobial… Read More »Maryam receives SFB STAR award and Caitlyn receives honorable mention
Maryam and Anand earn 1st place in the SFB Biomaterials Education Challenge for the SU SFB Student Chapter
Their module on teaching about gas blown foams with cakes was honored with 1st place in the Biomaterials Education Challenge, which comes with $1500 for… Read More »Maryam and Anand earn 1st place in the SFB Biomaterials Education Challenge for the SU SFB Student Chapter
Anand and Natalie win 1st and 2nd place in the Dr. Rena Bizios poster awards from SFB’s BioInterfaces SIG
Congratulations on excellent presentations, and thanks to BioInterfaces for recognizing our lab’s work!
Grace will focus on studying the effects of foam pore structure and mechanical and degradation properties using the funds from her SOURCE grant.
Natalie focused on tuning the pore structure of SMP foams for her MS thesis. She is staying in the MBM lab to pursue her PhD… Read More »Natalie successfully defends her MS thesis!