Lesley and Dammy head to SFB 2018 in Atlanta, GA!

Lesley and Dammy are heading to Atlanta, GA for the 2018 Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting! Dammy will be presenting a rapid fire talk titled, "3D Printing Spatially Organized Scaffolds for Osteochondral Interface Regeneration" on Wednesday, April 11 at 4:35pm in Grand Ballroom D. He'll also be presenting a poster on Thursday, April 12 from... Continue Reading →

Dammy receives an Honorable Mention for NSF GRFP!

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students to pursue a graduate degree in NSF-supported STEM disciplines. Dammy's proposal was recognized with an Honorable Mention! This Honorable Mention acknowledges his notable accomplishments as an undergraduate student and great potential as a graduate student. Congrats, Dammy!

Today was a busy day for the Chow Lab!

Lesley gave a seminar in the Department of Chemistry at City University of New York (CUNY) College of Staten Island (CSI). She enjoyed meeting with faculty, seeing the campus, and learning about their exciting research. Thanks for the invitation to share our latest research! On the same day, Nicole Malofsky and Reilly Callahan represented the... Continue Reading →

Annie and Lucien join the Chow Lab!

This post is a wee late... We have two new undergraduate students in the lab this semester! Annie Behre is a Bioengineering junior who was recently awarded a prestigious Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarship to conduct research in the Chow Lab. (Note: Divya Patel and Kelly Seims are also Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholars!) Annie's project involves... Continue Reading →

Reilly Callahan wins ‘Largest Scientific Impact’ for her talk in the 2018 MSE Undergraduate Research Symposium

Reilly Callahan presented a talk titled, "Investigation of Dynamic Self-Assembling Hydrogels Based on Glycosaminoglycan-Peptide Hybrid Molecules for Regenerative Tissue Engineering Therapies" at the 2018 MSE Undergraduate Research Symposium at Lehigh. She won a prize for 'Largest Scientific Impact'! Special thanks goes to Dr. Amanda Krause for organizing such a successful event. Congratulations, Reilly!

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