BME Hosts SFB Biomaterials Day
The University of Texas at Austin's Department of Biomedical Engineering will host the Society for Biomaterials' Biomaterials Day on Friday, June 2, 2017.
Peppas is one of 228 new members elected this year. They include some of the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers and artists.
She was awarded for her project "Systems Immunology Approach to Memory T Cell Immune Engineering."
Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert has been awarded the 2017 Clemson Award for Basic Research, the highest research recognition awarded by the Society For Biomaterials.
“The most surprising part of our work is that the living brain tissue, the biological system, really doesn’t mind having an artificial device around for months.”
Researchers from UT Austin’s Department of Biomedical Engineering have discovered a previously unknown mechanism of membrane fission.Read more ...
The Society for Biomaterials (SFB) has recognized two current students and one alum for outstanding research at their 2017 Annual Meeting & Exposition.Read more ...
How disease progresses at the cellular level is important for researchers to understand in order to develop improved drug delivery methods and treatments. Professor Jeanne Stachowiak’s lab is interested in what drives membrane traffic, the essential cellular process by which molecular cargo is transported.Read more ...
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has selected Nicholas Peppas as its 2012 Founders Award recipient in recognition of his pioneering work in the areas of polymer chemistry, bioengineering, pharmaceutical sciences and advanced drug delivery.Read more ...
April 27 3:30 pm
May 4 3:30 pm
May 5 3:30 pm - 5:00pm
BME Lobby and 3.204 Seminar Room
May 19 4:00 am - 6:00pm
San Jacinto Hall Room 207 (309 E. 21st Street, Austin, TX 78712)
Biomaterials Day at The University of Texas at Austin, held on Friday, June 2, is a one-day symposium that will enhance networking between academic, industrial, and governmental sectors and increase student exposure to exciting biomaterials research. The event will feature talks from experts in the field of biomaterials and a poster competition for students and postdoctoral fellows. Registration is $50 for SFB and non-SFB members and $25 for students and postdoctoral fellows. Register and learn more.