Congratulations to Dr. Joshua Luchan on his Graduation!

Joshua’s work focused on the development of tissue engineered systems that incorporate the epithelium, immune system, and bacteria. His dissertation is titled “Development of in vitro models of the intestinal microbiota-epithelial-immune axis”. Abstract: The influence of the intestinal environment on the systemic health of the human body cannot be overstated, with effects seen in developmental,…

Shalom Fadullon selected for 2024 NSF GRFP Fellowship

The purpose of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is to help ensure the quality, vitality, and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce of the United States. A goal of the program is to broaden participation of the full spectrum of diverse talents in STEM.. The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students…

Ronak Ansaripour’s Capstone Design Group wins Spring 2024 Bioengineering Showcase

The Department of Bioengineering has a 2 semester Capstone Design course sequence. Capstone Design 1 takes place during the Summer semesters and focuses on formalization of the design problem and the theoretical aspects of design. ┬áStudents and faculty work closely together, with individualized guidance and frequent small-group meetings. Pictured: Cooper Konz, Joey Maichen, Rahul Mamtora,…

Shalom Fadullon wins Judge’s Choice Award at the Spring COE Research Expo

The College of Engineering hosted its sixth annual COE Research Expo Feb. 26 in the Curry Student Center Ballroom to give PhD students the opportunity to showcase their dedication to their research projects. Around 65 participants attended to display their projects, as well as several COE faculty members, many of whom served as judges for…

ADDRES Lab Holiday Party

As we reflect on the past year, we express our gratitude to the incredible ADDRES team for their dedication, hard work, and contributions that made this season truly special. Your commitment to excellence has not only enriched our lives but has also illuminated the spirit of the holidays. Here’s to a well-deserved break, surrounded by…

PhD Candidate Matt Fernez presents ICME by AIChE

PhD Candidate Matt Fernez has presented his poster, “Development of A Hydrogen Sulfide Biosensor and Multiple Particle Tracking to Investigate the Impact on Mucus Barriers”. The poster was done in collaboration with Dr. Benjamin Woolston’s lab at Northeastern University, and our undergraduate team: Whitney Hansberry, Angelie Dumornay, and Simran Malhotra. The conference integrates synthetic biology,…