Nakira’s work on in vitro models of hemorrhage was published in JBMR B.
Anand presented an online oral presentation on his work on degradable shape memory polymer foams.
The abstract is available online through the MHSRS system.
Jingyi’s work on phenolic acid structure property relationships was published in Pharmaceutics!
Welcome to our new MS student, Ellen. She will characterize blood interactions with shape memory polymer foams for her MS thesis.
Congratulations to David on obtaining Syracuse University’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Works grant!
Congratulations to Nakira on successfully passing her MS thesis defense on her work on in vitro models of hemorrhage!
The work, conducted in Olga Makhlynets’ lab (CUSE grant co-investigator), was published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces.
The work was done with Lindy Jang at Texas A&M and was published in the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research.
Anand presented on his work on degradable shape memory polymers, and Henry presented on shape memory polymer foams for hemorrhage control.