Nicole Malofsky passed her qualifying exam today and has now entered candidacy. Congratulations, Nicole!
Yaa Donkor has been awarded the National Action Council For Minorities in Engineering (NACME) Scholarship! This scholarship recognizes Yaa's academic achievements and provides "support in the form of grants and professional development programs to partner institutions who commit to ensure increased enrollment, and successful matriculation of under-represented minority students in the fields of engineering and computer... Continue Reading →
Based on the inspiring work by @SammyKatta, we adapted a poster to represent our lab ethos and biomaterials focus and took the pledge. The ongoing pandemics have shown us how our role as scientists, engineers, and life-long learners goes far beyond our research in the lab. We are dedicated to upholding all of these values,... Continue Reading →
Congratulations are in order for Paula Camacho, Sareena Karim, and Nate Yuchimiuk! Paula has been inducted in the Rossin Professional Development Program! This program is designed to prepare high-achieving Lehigh engineering doctoral students for successful future academic careers. Sareena won a Stage 3 Eureka Pitch competition to fund her start-up venture Foli-Q that offers a... Continue Reading →
Diana Hammerstone has been awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship! Diana is currently a senior in Materials Science and Engineering and has been working in the Chow Lab since 2018. She is also a Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholar and Division I athlete on Lehigh's Cross Country and Track and Field... Continue Reading →
We have been so busy this semester we forgot to update our website! Here are a few highlights so far... Lesley Chow is awarded the NSF CAREER Award to support research and education related to 3D-printed biomaterials: Developing Spatially Organized Biomaterials to Engineer Complex Tissue Interfaces. Read more about it here. Diana Hammerstone and Sarah... Continue Reading →
The Chow and Pashuck labs joined together to celebrate the (almost) end of the semester and upcoming holidays. We enjoyed delicious food, funny stories, and some cheeky gift stealing during our white elephant gift exchange. Very thankful and lucky to have these wonderful and talented people in the lab! Happy and safe holidays to all!... Continue Reading →
Sareena Karim developed a new 3D printing biomaterials activity for first-year RARE students in collaboration with Ben Metz (Bioengineering undergrad and 3D printing extraordinaire at Wilbur Powerhouse), Kelly Seims, Paula Camacho, and Lesley Chow. RARE students learned about biomaterials and teamed up to research, design, and print scaffolds for tissue engineering. Each team presented their design criteria... Continue Reading →