Our laboratory has recently moved to UCLA. Ali Khademhosseini is the Director of the new laboratory, C-MIT (Center for Minimally Invasive Therapeutics). We are excited about this new move and are looking forward to building new collaborations and welcome visitors, scientists, clinicians and engineers our lab. If you are interested in joining our team please directly contact Professor Ali Khademhosseini.
Director Ali Khademhosseini has been selected to receive the 2017 IEEE EMBS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
Posted: June 11, 2017
The William J. Morlock Award was established in 1960 by the family of William J. Morlock to give recognition to a qualified person with an original contribution involving important application of electronics techniques and concepts to the solution of biomedical problems.
5th Annual Workshop on Micro and Nanoengineering in Medicine
Posted: February 11, 2017
Glad to announce our 5th annual workshop on Micro and Nanoengineering in medicine which will be held from July 17 to July 21, 2017 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Please sign up early since space is limited. You can register here:
Scientists Are Trading In Lab Mice for Hundreds of Mini-Brains on a Chip-our recent work,highlighted in Wired magazine!
Posted: February 11, 2017
Khademhosseini’s team created a series of integrated microfluidic chips connecting liver organoids and cancer cells. They pumped an anticancer drug through the system, tracking whether it killed the tumor cells and whether the liver cells could survive the toxic onslaught. In this way, they could optimize a drug dosage that maxed cancer-killing power, while keeping the liver out of harm’s way.
Modular Assembly of Single Cells 3D Synthetic Tissue
Posted: January 27, 2017
Congratulations to Jeroen Leijten and BIRC Director Ali Khademhosseini who developed a new method to create hydrogel building blocks with single cell resolution for modular tissue engineering. This modular bioink-based approach provides a great promise in clinically effective tissue engineering applications due to the high-throughput, biomimetic, and versatile nature of the process.
BIRC Instructor Zhang Named Rising Star by Society for Translational Oncology
Posted: January 25, 2017
BIRC Instructor Yu Shrike Zhang, PhD, was recently named a Rising Star in Oncology by the Society for Translational Oncology.
Congratulations to Dr. Iman Noshadi for recent faculty position at Rowan University
Posted: January 10, 2017
We are proud to announce Dr. Iman Noshadi will be joining Rowan University, as a faculty member within the Department of Chemical Engineering. His research will focus on micro/nanofabrication approaches to synthesize high value pharmaceuticals. We wish him all the best in his future career!
Congratulations to Dr. Arameh Masoumi for recent faculty position at Rowan University
Posted: January 10, 2017
We are proud to announce Dr. Arameh Masoumi will be joining Rowan University, as a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. She will instruct and develop coursework in macromolecular science and biochemistry. We wish her all the best in her future career!
NML Researcher Award 2016
Posted: December 06, 2016
The Nano-Micro Letters, in partnership with the Nature Research Society (NRS), is pleased to announce Director Ali Khademhosseini recipients of the NML Researcher Award 2016. The NML Researcher Award is established to recognize research excellence in the field of nano and micro science, with special consideration for those who have continuously made outstanding contributions to the development of science in last three years.
2017 Society of Biomaterials Clemson Award : Contributions to the Literature
Posted: November 24, 2016
We would like to congratulate Director Ali Khademhosseini on his recent award from the Society of Biomaterials (SFB) for his significant contributions to the literature on the science and technology of biomaterials.
Congratulations to Reginald Avery, Prof. Rahmi Oklu, and BIRC Director Ali Khademhosseini
Posted: November 17, 2016
Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Brigham and Women's Hospital, the Mayo Clinic and MIT now describe a new class of hydrogel-based embolic agents. Their study, published in Science Translational Medicine, provides proof-of-concept and first preclinical evidence in animal models that the shear-controlled hydrogel can be delivered by catheters and injected into blood vessels to form robust and safe blockages.
Guillermo U. Ruiz-Esparza, MD, PhD, FRSA on winning the Latino 30 under 30.
Posted: November 12, 2016
The El Mundo Boston Latino 30 under 30 presented by Henessy VSOP Privilege will honor young individuals making an impact on the Massachusetts Latino community in a variety of fields including, but not limited to, Business, Sports, Community Service, and Fine Arts. Due to the concentration of elite colleges, universities and global companies in Boston, the region is home to a disproportionately high number of outstanding young talent. The best and brightest the country has to offer come to Boston and this is where the future Latino leaders of America come of age. We would like to congratulate our very own Guillermo U. Ruiz-Esparza, MD, PhD, FRSA on winning this honor.
Prof. Ali Khademhosseini has been elected to the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Class of 2016 Fellows
Posted: October 03, 2016
Fellow status is awarded to members who demonstrate exceptional achievements and experience in the field of biomedical engineering, and a record of membership and participation in the Society.
Public recognition for Prof. Khademhosseini and the Class of 2016 Fellows will be held during the BMES Annual Meeting, October 5-8, 2016, in Minneapolis.
Congratulation Prof. Khademhosseini!
Director Ali Khademhosseini recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher!
Posted: September 07, 2016
Thomson Reuters has recognized Director Ali Khademhosseini as a member of the most Highly Cited Researchers. This list span across an array of scientific disciplines and comprises of the top 1% of all researchers in respected fields.
Director Ali Khademhosseini recipient of the Senior Scientist Award from the TERMIS-AM council
Posted: August 23, 2016
We are proud to announce that our very own Director Ali Khademhosseini recipient of the 2016 TERMIS-AM Senior Scientist Award. Our director will receive his award in December at the TERMIS-AM in San Diego, California. We are especially excited to have our Director receive his award alongside his academic adviser Michael Sefton who will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Five ways bioengineers want to use 3-D printing
Posted: August 13, 2016
In Trends in Biotechnology a special issue on biofabrication, publishing August 17, researchers review and consider the progress made in 3D bioprinting and what might be possible in the decades--or years--ahead. We would like to congratulate Prof. Jeroen Rouwkema and BIRC Director Ali Khademhosseini for being considered pioneers in the 3D vasculature design and for contributing in this special issue in Trends in Biotechnology.
'Smart' thread woven into tissue gathers diagnostic data
Posted: July 19, 2016
We would like to congratulate Pooria Mostafalu, Ph.D on his recent work published in Microsystems & Nanoengineering The researchers used a variety of conductive threads that were dipped in physical and chemical sensing compounds and connected to wireless electronic circuitry to create a flexible platform that they sutured into tissue in rats as well as in vitro. The threads collected data on tissue health (e.g. pressure, stress, strain and temperature), pH and glucose levels that can be used to determine such things as how a wound is healing, whether infection is emerging, or whether the body's chemistry is out of balance.
Dr. Gulden Camci-Unal has been appointed as a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell
Posted: June 13, 2016
We are proud to announce that Dr. Gulden Camci-Unal has been appointed as a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell starting from Fall 2016. Her research will focus on development of engineered biomaterial platforms to improve human health. We wish her all the best in her future career.
Dr. Amir Manbachi has been recently appointed as a research faculty in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at John Hopkins University- as well the Director of Innovation at the Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation.
Posted: June 12, 2016
We are proud to announce that Dr. Amir Manbachi has been appointed Director of Innovation at the Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation as well research faculty in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at John Hopkins. His research will focus on the development of imaging technologies and the use of 3D printing for image-guided interventions. We wish him all the best in his future career.
Dr. Xu Hou received Thousand Young Talents Program Award and is appointed as a faculty member at Xiamen University.
Posted: June 11, 2016
We are proud to announce that Dr. Xu Hou has received the prestigious "Thousand Young Talents Program Award" and will be joining the faculty of College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering & School of Physics and Mechanical & Electrical Engineering at the Xiamen University. Xu works in our laboratory on bio-inspired microfluidic device from February to July 2016. At Xiamen University, he will continue his research on bio-inspired materials. We wish him all the best in his future career.
Dr. Parisa Abadi accepts a tenure-track assistant professor position at Michigan Tech
Posted: June 06, 2016
Parisa will join the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Tech starting from spring 2017. She holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and has been a postdoctoral research fellow of the American Association of University Women at BIRC since July 2015. At Michigan Tech, Dr. Abadi will develop a program of research, teaching, scholarship, and professional activity in the areas of mechanical behavior of hierarchical materials, design of bioinspired materials, and application of nanomaterials in biomedicine.
Prof. Khademhosseini Inducted Into UofT Engineering Alumni Hall of Distinction
Posted: May 09, 2016
The Engineering Alumni Hall of Distinction honors extraordinary alumni at the University of Toronto. Honorees must be selected by the Engineering Alumni Association and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering and demonstrate excellence in research, education and the engineering profession. Their careers serve as examples for future engineering students. We congratulate Prof. Khademhosseini for this distinction!
Prof. Khademhosseini receives BWH Senior Faculty Mentor Award
Posted: May 08, 2016
We are happy to announce that Dr. Khademhosseini has received the 2016 BWH Senior Faculty Mentor Award for effective mentoring. This award is one of the Pillar Awards given to senior faculty by the BWH Center for Faculty Development and Diversity to recognize his accomplishments and contributions along with his visionary leadership, commitment to mentoring junior faculty and fellows, and his accessibility. We congratulate him on receiving this award!
Prof. Khademhosseini elected Fellow in Biomaterials Science and Engineering
Posted: April 12, 2016
Ali Khademhosseini elected Fellow in Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE). This status acknowledges members of the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering (IUSBSE) who have gained a status of excellent professional standing and high achievements in the field of biomaterials science and engineering.
We are very please to congratulate Prof. Khademhosseini for this nomination!
Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang joins 2016 Tissue Engineering Young Investigator Council
Posted: January 28, 2016
We are happy to announce that Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang was accepted as member of the 2016 Tissue Engineering Young Investigator Council (TEN YIC). Together with 8 other young investigators, he was selected from a large pool of impressive candidates and is now part of the internationally well esteemed council.
Please join us in congratulating him for this outstanding achievement and wishing him all the best for his scientific career!
Dr. Oklu appointed as a fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology
Posted: January 20, 2016
Dr. Rahmi Oklu was inducted as a fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology for outstanding contributions in the field. Interventional radiologists are board-certified physicians who specialize in minimally invasive, targeted treatments. They offer the most in-depth knowledge of the least invasive treatments available coupled with diagnostic and clinical experience across all specialties. We would like to congratulate Dr. Oklu for this great achievement.
Prof. Ali Khademhosseini appointed as a fellow of NANOSMAT
Posted: December 29, 2015
We would like to congratulate Prof. Ali Khademhosseini on his recent appointment as a fellow of the NANOSMAT Society - the highest ranking that this organization confers. The NANOSMAT Society aims to provide an effective and stimulating international platform that develops and promotes communication, education, networking, and the dissemination of knowledge, research, and innovations in all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Dr. Ali Khademhosseini appointed as a Fellow within the Royal Society of Chemistry
Posted: December 17, 2015
The Royal Society of Chemistry was established in 1841, when a group of 77 people (including doctors, academics, manufacturers and entrepreneurs) formed the Chemical Society of London, with dialysis inventor Thomas Graham as their first president. To this day, the number has grown to include 51,000 members and continues to support and unite chemical scientists together from all over the world. Dr. Ali Khademhosseini, the director of BIRC, has recently been appointed as a Fellow within the Royal Society of Chemistry- the highest distinction available. We would like to congratulate Dr. Ali Khademhosseini for this great achievement and distinction.
Prof. Ali Khademhosseini wins Kavli Early Career Award in Nanoscience
Posted: December 02, 2015
This honor recognizes significant novel contributions to materials science by a young researcher in early stages of his/her career. We would like to congratulate Prof. Ali Khademhosseini on receiving this award at the 2015 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting & Exhibit. Prof. Khademhosseini has been on the forefront in the field of nano- and microscale tissue engineering. He has utilized the advances in nanotechnology and nanoengineering and created cutting edge solutions in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
Joao Ribas wins prize at Athenahealth Hackathon
Posted: November 05, 2015
We are proud to announce that Joao Ribas has received a $500 prize at the Athenahealth More Disruption Please Hackathon! His Ph.D. research spans from organs-on-chip mechano-transduction to biomedical tools. We congratulate him on receiving the prize in recognition of his entrepreneurial skills!
Dr. Su-Ryon receives $100k
Posted: October 14, 2015
Congratulations to Dr. Su-Ryon Shin for winning $100k in the BWH Stepping Strong Innovator Award. Dr. Su-Ryon proposed to using ground-breaking 3D printing technologies to heal muscle trauma. Dr. Su-Ryon Shin is a devoted mother of two and an outstanding researcher! We congratulate her for this prestigious recognition.
Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang receives Baxter Young Investigator Award
Posted: August 13, 2015
We are proud to announce that Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang has received the prestigious Baxter Young Investigator Award. His research spans from organs-on-a-chip to 3D printing of human tissues. We congratulate him on receiving the award!
Congratulations to Dr. Ryan D. Sochol for being appointed as an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park
Posted: June 29, 2015
We are proud to announce that Dr. Ryan D. Sochol will be joining the University of Maryland, College Park as a faculty member within the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Since joining our laboratory in September 2014, Dr. Sochol has focused on creating additive micromanufacturing-based biomimetic kidney platforms. As a professor, he will build on this work by developing micro/nanoscale 3D printing approaches to solve physically-complex biological challenges. We wish him all the best in his future career!
CBC News segment on the work developed in our lab
Posted: May 20, 2015
Dr. Weijia Zhang receives Thousand Young Talents Program Award and appointed as a faculty member at Shanghai Ocean University
Posted: May 09, 2015
We are proud to announce that Dr. Weijia Zhang has received the prestigious "Thousand Young Talents Program Award" from the Chinese central government and will be joining the faculty of Food Science Department at the Shanghai Ocean University effective May 2015. Weijia has been working in the laboratory as a postdoctoral research fellow on health-related biomedical technology and organ-on-chip devices. At Shanghai Ocean University, he will continue his research on food safety detection techniques and food science. We wish him all the best in his future career.
Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang receives BWH Postdoctoral Research Fellow Leadership Award
Posted: May 03, 2015
We are proud to announce that Dr. Yu Shrike Zhang has received the prestigious 2015 Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Postdoctoral Research Fellow Leadership Award for his outstanding achievements and significant contributions to the lab, institution, and community. His exceptional leadership skills have fostered unparalleled teamwork, collaboration, collegiality, and efficiency to promote scientific and educational advancements. We sincerely congratulate him on receiving the award!
Dr. Alireza Dolatshahi-Pirouz appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Denmark
Posted: February 03, 2015
We are proud to announce that Dr. Alireza Dolatshahi-Pirouz has received the prestigious Villum Rasmussen Young Investigator Award and will be joining the faculty of nanotechnology at the Technical University of Denmark effective March 2015. Dr. Dolatshahi-Pirouz joined our laboratory as a Sapere Aude postdoctoral fellow, and worked in the areas of bone tissue engineering, vascularization of tissue engineered constructs and microarray studies. We congratulate Dr. Dolatshahi-Pirouz on assuming his new position, and wish him all the bests in his future endeavors.
Congratulations to Amir Sanati Nezhad for faculty position at University of Calgary
Posted: November 16, 2014
We are proud to announce that Dr. Amir Sanati Nezhad will be joining the University of Calgary in Canada as a faculty member of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Dr. Sanati has been working in the laboratory as a postdoctoral research fellow on microfluidics, sensing and vascularization. At UCalgary, he will be continue his research on bioinspired microfluidics and tissue engineering for the development of disease models. We will wish him all the best in his future career.
Prof. Khademhosseini promoted to full Professor at Harvard University
Posted: October 02, 2014
We are proud to announce that Prof. Khademhosseini has been promoted to full Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School effective Sept 1, 2014.
Dr. Khademhosseini wins IUMRS – MRS Singapore Young Researcher Award
Posted: September 27, 2014
We are happy to announce that Dr. Khademhosseini is the winner of the IUMRS – MRS Singapore Young Researcher Award. This award recognizes outstanding contributions by a researcher under the age of 40 in materials science and engineering. It will be presented at the 2014 IUMRS-ICYRAM (24 – 29 October 2014) conference in China along with a plenary lecture.
Congratulations to Dr. Jorge Alfredo Uquillas for faculty position at Universidad Yachay Tech in Ecuador
Posted: July 27, 2014
We are proud to announce that Jorge will be joining the faculty of the first Biomedical Engineering Department in Ecuador at Universidad Yachay Tech effective September 2014. Jorge joined our laboratory in 2012 and since then he has been working in vascular biology and bone tissue engineering projects. In Ecuador, he will be spearheading efforts to bridge biomedical research projects between hospitals, life science and engineering schools. We wish him all the best in his future career!
Dr. Khademhosseini wins Nano Young Investigator Award from AIChE
Posted: July 22, 2014
Dr. Khademhosseini will be the 2014 recipient of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) Young Investigator Award. This award is bestowed annually and recognizes outstanding interdisciplinary research in nanoscale science and engineering by a scientist or engineer in the early stages of their professional career (within 10 years of completion of highest degree). The award will be presented at the Fall AIChE meeting where Dr. Khademhosseini will also present an NSEF plenary award lecture during the annual AIChe Meeting held in Atlanta, GA from November 16-21.
Prof. Khademhosseini recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher!
Posted: June 21, 2014
We are proud to announce that Thomson Reuters has been recognized Prof. Khademhosseini as one of the most Highly Cited Researchers in their updated list that was published in June 2014. This list comprises of the most cited researchers in the different scientific categorizes and typically comprises of less than the top 1% of all researchers. Dr. Khademhosseini was selected in the area of materials science. See HighlyCited.com for more details.
Congratulations to Dr. Khademhosseini for being named a National Award Finalist for the Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists!
Posted: May 23, 2014
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Khademhosseini has just been selected by the Blavatnik Family Foundation as a 2014 National Award Finalist for the Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists in the area of Physical Sciences and Engineering. With the guidance of the New York Academy of Sciences, the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists was founded in 2007 to celebrate the innovative achievements of young postdoctoral and faculty scientists who work in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut. This is the inaugural year for the National Award, which will honor three scientists under the age of 42 from leading research universities and academic medical centers in chemistry, life sciences, and physical sciences and engineering with the $250,000 prize. Len Blavatnik, philanthropist and founder of the international industrial group, Access Industries, envisions the National Award to be "something like a Nobel Prize for young scientists", The three winners will be announced in September 2014.
Congratulations to Dr. Khademhosseini for being named the ACS Kavli Emerging Leader in Chemistry
Posted: March 08, 2014
We are happy to report that Dr. Khademhosseini has been recognized by the American Chemical Society by their prestigious Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry lectureship. The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecture series recognizes the achievements of outstanding young chemical scientists. These presentations feature exceptional scientists younger than 40 years old and not more than 10 years removed from earning their Ph.D.s when nominated. The lecture and the prize ceremony will be on Monday, August 11, 2014, at the 248th ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, California.
Congratulations to Dr. Chaenyung Cha for faculty position in Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
Posted: January 14, 2014
We are proud to announce that Dr. Cha will be joining the faculty of School of Mechanical and Advanced Materials Engineering at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) in South Korea starting in March 2014. Dr. Cha joined our laboratory as a postdoctoral research fellow in April 2012, and has been a highly prolific and outstanding researcher in our group. We wish him all the best for his future endeavors!
Prof. Khademhosseini named a AAAS fellow
Posted: December 03, 2013
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has named Prof. Khademhosseini amongst its class of 2014 AAAS fellows. Prof. Khademhosseini was elected in the engineering section along with others including Bob Langer, Cato Laurencin and Jim Collins. The AAAS fellows are selected from nominations by peers and are recognized for their contributions in the advancement of science. The AAAS fellow recognition will be presented at the annual AAAS meeting in Chicago in February 2014.
Congratulations to Dr. MD Anwarul Hasan for faculty position at American University of Beirut!
Posted: October 15, 2013
We are very proud to announce that Dr. MD Anwarul Hasan will be joining the American University of Beirut in Lebanon as a faculty member of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering effective January 2014. Dr. Hasan joined our laboratory as an NSERC postdoctoral fellow in January 2012, and since then he has been working in the areas of biomechanics of heart valves, tissue engineering of blood vessels and vascularization of tissue engineered constructs. Dr Hasan has been an outstanding researcher as well as a great colleague and team player. We congratulate Dr Hasan on assuming his new position, and wish him all the bests in all his future endeavors!
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the EMBS Technical Achievement Award
Posted: May 01, 2013
We are happy to announce that Prof. Khademhosseini has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society's Technical Achievement Award. The award is given to recognize outstanding achievement, contribution and/or innovation in a technical area of biomedical engineering. Prof. Khademhosseini was cited for contributions at the interface between engineering, biomaterials and biological sciences, especially applications of micro- and nanoengineered biomaterials for regenerative medicine. It will be presented at the annual EMBS meeting in Japan (http://embc2013.embs.org/).
Dr. Gaharwar's work selected for the Merit Award at the 2013 Meeting of the Society For Biomaterials
Posted: April 24, 2013
We are proud to announce that Dr. Akhilesh Gaharwar's work on "Hyperbranched Polyester Hydrogels with Controlled Drug Release and Cell Adhesion Properties" was selected for Merit Award at 2013 SFB Annual Meeting (Boston). The research project was performed in our lab jointly by Drs. Akhilesh Gaharwar, Hongbin Zhang and Alpesh Patel. Congratulations to all of them!
Khademhosseini Selected as a Member of an NIH study section
Posted: April 09, 2013
We are happy to announce that Prof. Khademhosseini was recently selected to serve as a standing member of the Bioengineering, Technology and Surgical Sciences (BTSS) study section of the Center for Scientific Review (CRS) of NIH. Members are selected based on their demonstration of competence and achievement in their field as evidenced by the quality of research accomplishments, publications in scientific journals and other notable achievements. Dr. Khademhosseini will serve a four year term (2013-2017).
Dr. Khademhosseini awarded the Young Investigator Award of the Controlled Release Society
Posted: March 22, 2013
We are proud to announce that Dr. Khademhosseini has been awarded the Young Investigator Award of the Controlled Release Society. This award recognizes the outstanding contribution of a member of the society (<40 years of age) in the area of controlled release and drug delivery. The award will be presented to Dr. Khademhosseini at the annual CRS meeting in Hawaii (July 2013).
Congratulations to Dr. Akhilesh Gaharwar for faculty position at Texas A&M University!!!
Posted: March 16, 2013
We are very proud to announce that Dr. Gaharwar will be joining the faculty of Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University effective August 2013. Dr. Gaharwar joined the laboratory as a postdoctoral associate in April 2011. Since then he has worked closely on collaborative projects with Drs. Langer (MIT), Olsen (MIT), Reis and Gomes (Portugal). He has been a highly prolific and outstanding researcher in our group and he will surely continue this at TAMU! At TAMU, he aims to integrate nanomaterials and stem cells for the development of functional tissue interfaces. We wish him all the best for his future endeavor!
Congratulations to Dr. Mehdi Nikkhah for faculty position at Arizona State University.
Posted: March 14, 2013
It is with great proud to announce that Dr. Mehdi Nikkhah will be joining the faculty of Department of Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University effective January 2014. Mehdi joined our lab in April 2011, and since then he has been working in the areas of vascular network formation and cardiovascular tissue engineering. During the past years, Mehdi was the tissue engineering subgroup leader and transformed himself to one of the most successful and accomplished post-docs in the lab. In addition, he proved to be a great colleague, collaborator and team player. We wish him all the best with his future career !
Congratulations to Nezam Kachouie for faculty position at FIT, USA
Posted: March 11, 2013
We are proud to announce that Nezam, one of the lab's previous trainees, has started a faculty position at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT). Nezam, performed microengineering and image processing research during his time in the laboratory and will continue to develop these areas in his own lab. We wish him a successful career!
Congratulations to lab members/alumni for excitingindustrial and academic positions!
Posted: September 09, 2012
Congratulations are in order for a few of ourcurrent members and alumni who have found academic and industrial positions. Serge Ostrovidov has been promoted to Assistant Professor atWPI-AIMR at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan. Serge has previously developedimportant methods for generating microscale neural and muscle tissues. Also, Alpesh Patel will be LivingProof in Cambridge as Sr. ResearchScientist. Alpesh developed advancedbiomaterials for tissue engineering applications while being a NSERC fellow inthe lab. Finally, Nezam Nezamoddini-Kachouie,an alumni of the lab (also an NSERC fellow 2008-2010), is appointed as anAssistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Florida Tech starting 2012. While in the lab Nezam worked on theapplications of image processing and statistical analysis to high-throughputstem cell research and combinatorial experiment design.
Dr. Khademhosseini selected as the 2012 Biochemical Engineering Journal Young Investigator Award winner
Posted: September 09, 2012
Dr. Khademhosseini has been selected as the 2012 Young Investigator Award winner by the Biochemical Engineering Journal. This award recognizes outstanding excellence in research and practice contributed to the field of biochemical engineering by a community member under the age of 40. Dr. Khademhosseini will also give a plenary lecture at the 2012 AIChE annual meeting held October 28 to November 2, 2012, in Pittsburgh. view more information: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/biochemical-engineering-journal/young-investigator-award/
Halil Tekin selected as MIT’s Outstanding UROP Graduate Mentor
Posted: April 28, 2012
We are proud that our own Halil Tekin has been selected by MIT as the winner of the 2012 UROP Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award. This award is a highly distinguished MIT award given to research mentors who demonstrated exceptional guidance and teaching in research setting. Halil has spent a great deal of time working with and training UROP students in the lab. In last four years, he has mentored over seven MIT undergraduate students most of who were involved in publication of journal articles, conference presentations, and patent applications. The award, which is nominated directly by UROP students, is a testament to the great experience that these students have had while working with Halil in our lab. Congratulations Halil!
Dr. Shilpa Sant appointed as an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh
Posted: April 09, 2012
It is with great pride that we announce that Dr. Shilpa Sant has accepted an offer to start a faculty position at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Sant worked in the area of tissue engineering during her stay in the lab and developed numerous biomaterials for cardiovascular and tooth tissue engineering applications. At the University of Pittsburgh she will be appointed at the School of Pharmacy and the Bioengineering Department. We wish her all the best in her future career.
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the ACS-BIOT Young Investigator Award
Posted: January 30, 2012
We are happy to announce that Dr. Khademhosseini has been selected as the 2012 Young Investigator Award of the American Chemical Society – Biochemical Technology Division. The Division of Biochemical Technology Young Investigator Award is intended to recognize an outstanding young contributor to the field of biochemical technology and active participant in the division programs. Dr. Khademhosseini received this award for his outstanding contributions in utilizing micro/nanoscale technologies and biomaterials for directing stem cell differentiation and engineering functional tissues for regenerative medicine and biosensing applications. The award will be given at the Spring ACS meeting in San Diego, CA, March 25-29, 2012.
Prof. Khademhossieni receives the 2012 Curtis McGraw Award of the American Society for Engineering Education
Posted: January 09, 2012
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini for receiving the 2012 Curtis McGraw Award of the ASEE . This is a major award given to younger engineers (under the age of 40). The Curtis W. McGraw Research Award was established in 1957 to recognize outstanding early achievements by young engineering college research workers and to encourage the continuance of such productivity. The annual award is sponsored by the Engineering Research Council with the assistance of the McGraw-Hill Book Company. It is based on research activity in one or more types of research ordinarily carried on by engineering colleges or institutes of technology as well as achievement of important advances accepted by colleagues and by others in the field of specialization with emphasis on quality rather than quantity as well as sound and productive thinking and with a promise for making other significant contributions.
Congratulations to Halil Tekin for receiving the Bioanalysis Highly Commended Young Investigator Award
Posted: January 04, 2012
Bioanalysis Young Investigator awards are to recognize and encourage young scientists in bioanalysis field and highlight their work for bioanalytical community. Halil Tekin was selected for the 2011 Bioanalysis Highly Commended Young Investigator Award after being highly commended by editorial board members and readers of Bioanalysis journal for his outstanding work in tissue engineering and its potential applications in high-throughput drug screening and bioanalytical studies.
Congratulations to Halil Tekin for receiving Materials Research Society Best Student Oral Presentation Award
Posted: January 04, 2012
Materials Research Society (MRS) presented the Best Student Oral Presentation Award to Halil Tekin for his outstanding oral presentation entitled “Dynamic Micromolding Method” at 2011 Fall Meeting. According to MRS, “student awards are to recognize students of exceptional ability who show promise for significant future achievement in materials research”. Halil Tekin’s talk was based on his recent article published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Prof. Khademhosseini is the recipient of IUPAC Polymer Award
Posted: December 18, 2011
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini who has been selected as the 2012 Polymer International - International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Polymer Award recipient for creativity in applied polymer science or polymer technology. This award celebrates the achievements of young researchers in the polymer community. The 2012 Award will be presented at the IUPAC World Polymer Congress - MACRO 2012, 24-29 June, 2012, Blacksburg, VA, USA.
Prof. Khademhosseini is elected as a fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering
Posted: December 04, 2011
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini for his election as a fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). Prof. Khademhosseini was selected by the existing fellowship of the AIMBE. AIMBE is a nonprofit organization that provides leadership and advocacy in medical and biological engineering for the benefit of society. The College of Fellows is comprised of about 1,000 of the country’s most outstanding biomedical and biological engineers in academia, industry, and government.
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the Pioneers of Miniaturization Prize
Posted: October 12, 2011
Prof. Khademhosseini was selected as the winner of the 2011 Pioneers of Miniaturization Prize by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Lab on a Chip Journal and Corning Incorporated. The Pioneer Prize is awarded annually for extraordinary or outstanding contributions to the understanding or development of miniaturized systems. It one of the most highly recognized prizes in the field of micro-technology. Prof. Khademhosseini received this prize for his leadership in the engineering of microfabricated tissue structures with biomimetic architecture and function. The prize was announced at the 2011 MicroTAS meeting in Seattle.
President Obama to recognize Prof. Khademhosseini with a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)
Posted: September 28, 2011
Prof. Khademhosseini has been selected to receive a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). PECASE is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on outstanding scientists and engineers in the early stages of their independent research careers. The White House, following recommendations from participating agencies, confers the awards annually. The recipients will receive this distinction directly from President Obama at a meeting at White House. The PECASE website mentions that “the Presidential Awards are intended to recognize some of the finest scientists and engineers who, while early in their research careers, show exceptional potential for leadership at the frontiers of scientific knowledge during the twenty-first century. The Awards will foster innovative and far-reaching developments in science and technology, increase awareness of careers in science and engineering, give recognition to the scientific missions of participating agencies, enhance connections between fundamental research and national goals, and highlight the importance of science and technology for the nation's future.”
Congratulations to Dr. Ying-Chieh Chen for faculty position in National Hsin-Chu University in Taiwan
Posted: July 19, 2011
We are proud to announce that Dr. Ying-Chieh Chen will be joining the Department of Applied Science, National Hsin-Chu University, Taiwan, as an assistant professor starting Aug. 1st, 2011. In our lab, Dr. Chen mainly worked on developing vascular network formation in vitro and in vivo into three-dimensional photocrosslinkable hydrogels for tissue engineering and regenerative applications. We wish her all the best in the future!
Prof. Khademhosseini selected as the Associate Editor for Lab on a Chip
Posted: July 06, 2011
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Prof. Khademhosseini has been selected as the Associate Editor for Research Highlights for the leading journal in the field of bio-micro-technology, Lab on a Chip. As part of this new role, Prof. Khademhosseini along with selected co-authors, will contribute a bi-weekly column to the journal in which they highlight the latest breakthroughs in the field. The new column will starting this summer and will continue in every upcoming issue of the journal (24 per year). Tips about new and exciting papers that may be considered to be highlighted should be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof. Khademhosseini selected by the National Academy of Engineering for the Frontiers of Engineering meeting
Posted: June 07, 2011
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini who has been selected by the National Academy of Engineering as one of the participants in the prestigious U.S. Frontiers of Engineering meeting. The annual 3 day meeting brings together leading engineers ages 30-45 from industry, academia and government to discuss pioneering research in different engineering fields. Each year’s program is designed to provide these leading engineers with an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge developments in fields other than their own, to initiate collaborations and establish cross-disciplinary and cross-sector contacts with their peers early in their careers. This year’s themes will be: Additive Manufacturing, Engineering Sustainable Buildings, Semantic Processing, and Neuroprosthetics. The meeting will be held at Google headquarters in Mountain View California from Sept 19 to 21. More information about this can be found at: http://www.naefrontiers.org/
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the 2011 IEEE Early Career Award in Nanotechnology
Posted: April 23, 2011
Prof. Khademhosseini is the recipient of the 2011 IEEE Early Career Award in Nanotechnology. This decision was announced on April 15, 2011, by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, which consists of 21 IEEE member societies. The award recognizes an individual who has made contributions with major impact on the field of nanotechnology at the early stages of their career. The citation of the award is “for outstanding nano- and micro-engineering innovations for controlling the cellular environment for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine”. Prof. Khademhosseini will receive this recognition at the IEEE NANO 2011 Conference in Portland, Oregon on Monday, August 15, 2011. NANO is the flagship IEEE conference in nanotechnology for researchers working at the interface of nanotechnology and the other fields including electronic materials, photonics, bio-and medical devices, alternative energy, environmental protection, and other current and future electrical and electronic applications.
Prof. Khademhosseini selected as the Donald D. Harrington Fellow at UT Austin
Posted: April 21, 2011
This award will allow Prof. Khademhosseini to be a visiting scholar in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at UT Austin for the fall 2011 semester. The Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program supports outstanding faculty that are near the beginning of their professional careers. Fellowships are awarded annually to the most highly qualified applicants from universities throughout the United States and around the world. The Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program is one of the most well-endowed visiting scholar and graduate fellow programs in the nation, and the most prestigious at The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Ian Wheeldon will join UC-Riverside as faculty
Posted: April 21, 2011
We are proud to announce that Dr. Ian Wheeldon will be joining the Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Riverside starting July 1st, 2011. At UC, Riverside Dr. Wheeldon will be developing protein engineering technologies and bio-inspired designs to address current challenges in bioenergy, biocatalysis, and biological materials. In our lab, Dr. Wheeldon has been designing combinatorial biomaterials synthesis and screening technologies.We wish him all the best in the future!
Prof. Khademhosseini is promoted to Associate Professor
Posted: March 14, 2011
Prof. Khademhosseini is promoted to the rank of Associate Professor at Harvard University. This appointment is retroactive to September 1 2010, nearly four years since the lab started. This promotion was based on his outstanding accomplishments in research and education.
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the 2011 Sloan Fellowship
Posted: February 15, 2011
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini who has been awarded a Sloan fellowship (http://www.sloan.org/
Annually the Sloan fellowship is given by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to scientists, mathematicians and economists who are at an early stage of their research careers. The Sloan Research Fellowships have been awarded since 1955, and 38 of the fellows have gone on to win the Nobel Prize. Current or former Sloan Fellows have been chosen to receive the National Medal of Science 57 times, the Fields Medal 14 times, and the John Bates Clark Medal–the most prestigious honor for young economists–9 times.
Congratulations to Dr. Hojae Bae for faculty position at Harvard Medical School!
Posted: January 13, 2011
We are proud to announce that Dr. Hojae Bae has been appointed as an Instructor of the Department of Medicine in Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Bae worked on number of projects during his postdoctoral research fellow in our lab including stem cell bioengineering and biomaterial based hydrogels. Dr. Bae’s future works will concentrate on exploring controlling the cell behavior, such as stem cell differentiation or 3D cellular migration by tuning the hydrogel properties.
Prof. Khademhosseini joins the faculty of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering
Posted: December 31, 2010
Prof. Khademhosseini has been elected as an Associate Faculty of the Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. The Wyss Institute which was initiated by the largest single gift to Harvard University brings together leading faculty from across Harvard University and affiliated institutes to use bioinspired approaches to address challenges in a range of fields ranging from biomedicine and energy. Dr. Khademhosseini’s involvement at Wyss will revolve around development of self-assembling microsystems and biomimetic materials.
Prof. Khademhosseini receives the Y.C. Fung Young Investigator award of ASME
Posted: December 10, 2010
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini for receiving the Y.C. Fung
Young Investigator award of the American Society for Mechanical
Engineers (ASME). The Y.C. Fung Young Investigator Award is awarded
annually to a young investigator who has demonstrated significant
potential to make substantial contributions to the field of
Bioengineering. The award was established by the Bioengineering
Division in 1985 and operated as a division award until 1998 when it
was elevated to a Society award. The award prize and a medal will be
presented to Dr. Khademhosseini at the annual Summer Bioengineering
Conference of ASME. Previous winners of the award are listed here: http://www.asme.org/Governance/
Profs. Khademhosseini receives the 2011 Society for Biomaterials Young Investigator Award
Posted: November 01, 2010
Congratulations to Prof. Khademhosseini for receiving the Young Investigator
Award of the Society for Biomaterials (SFB). The SFB Young Investigator
award is given annually to recognize an individual who has demonstrated
outstanding achievement in the field of biomaterials research within ten
years following his/her terminal degree. The award lecture and prize will be given at the SFB Annual meeting at Orlando, Florida, April 13-16, 2011. The co-recipient of this award is Prof. Jeff Karp also from Harvard University. Prof. Khademhosseini and Karp, who are close friends, started graduate school at University of Toronto and spent time at MIT prior to their faculty careers.
Congratulations to Dr. Murugan Ramalingam for faculty position at the INSERM (France)!
Posted: October 12, 2010
We are proud to announce that Dr. Murugan Ramalingam, who is an Assistant Professor at the WPI-AIMR (Tohoku University, Japan), will be joining INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research) Research Center at the University of Strasbourg, France. Concurrently, Dr. Murugan holds Adjunct Professorship at the WPI-AIMR, Japan and continues to collaborate with Dr. Ali Khademhosseini. His research interests are focused on the development of multiphase biomaterials, through conventional to biomimetics, biodevices, cell patterning and tissue engineering. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors!
Congratulations to Dr. Yanan Du for faculty position at Tsinghua University!
Posted: July 22, 2010
We are proud to announce that Dr. Yanan Du will be joining the Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University, China, as a principle investigator and tenure-track professor. In our lab, Dr. Du mainly worked on developing bottom-up approaches for tissue engineering and microfluidic systems for gradient generation and cell-based biosensing. We wish him all the best in the future!
Dr. Khademhosseini receives the 2010 ACS Unilever Award.
Posted: May 10, 2010
Dr. Khademhosseini was selected as the winner of the ACS Colloid and Surface Science Division Unilever Award for 2010. The award is to recognize and encourage fundamental work in colloid or surfactant science carried out in North America by researchers in the early stages of their careers. The award presentation and the lecture will be held during the IACIS/ACS 84th Colloid and Surface Science Division joint meeting at The University of Akron in Akron, Ohio on June 20-23, 2010 (http://www.colloids2010.org).
Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Hancock for receiving the STAR award
Posted: March 29, 2010
The Society for Biomaterials presented the 2010 Northeast Biomaterials Day Conference STAR Award to our own Dr. Matthew Hancock for an outstanding post-doctoral oral presentation entitled “Generating long material gradients by convection and alternating flow in a microchannel”. The Student Travel Achievement Recognitions (STARs) recognize research excellence and develop future leaders within the Society for Biomaterials. Dr. Hancock’s talk was based on a recent article published in the journal Biomaterials and co-authored with Dr. Yanan Du, Jiankang He, Jose Villa-Uribe, Ben Wang, Dr. Donald Cropek and Prof. Ali Khademhosseini.
Congratulations to Dr. Adam Hacking for faculty position at Harvard Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospital
Posted: March 26, 2010
We are proud to announce that Dr. S. Adam Hacking, who was a post doc in the lab for the past couple of years will be joining Harvard Medical School and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital as a faculty starting April 1, 2010. Dr. Hacking will be working on novel approaches to enhance bone regeneration, combat implant infection and improve orthopedic care. We wish him all the best in the future!
Khademhosseini Lab students get into outstanding schools!
Posted: March 17, 2010
We are proud to announce that Khademhosseini lab students Alex Bick, Sandeep Koshy and Mahdokht Masaeli have been accepted to world class graduate programs. Alex worked as an undergraduate student in the lab for four years, developing microfluidic hydrogels and understanding how cell-extracellular matrix interactions promote endothelial mesenchymal transformation. Alex will be attending the Harvard-MIT MD/PhD medical-scientist training program in the fall. Sandeep was a visiting student from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada who worked on developing a new hydrogel system for tissue engineering in our lab. Sandeep will matriculate in the Medical Engineering/Medical Physics doctoral program at Harvard-MIT. Mahdokht was a visiting student from Northeastern University in Boston and mainly worked on self assembly of hydrogels for tissue engineering. She is going to attend the Biomedical Engineering program at either Columbia University or UCLA. All three of these students published one or more papers while in our lab. We congratulate Alex, Sandeep and Mahdokht for their wonderful accomplishments and look forward to their continued development and success as scientists in the future.
Congratulations to Dr. Bonggeun Chung for faculty position at Hanyang University!
Posted: August 02, 2009
We are proud to announce that Dr. Bonggeun Chung will be joining the faculty of the Engineering School of Hanyang University in Korea. Hanyang University has one of the best and oldest engineering schools in Korea. In particular it has graduated many accomplished people including chairmen, vice chairmen, and CEOs of the nation's leading companies, such as Hyundai, Samsung, and LG (wikipedia.org).
Bonggeun joined the lab as one of its earliest members and saw its growth. He also significantly contributed to this growth through many great papers, endless passion, leadership and vision. Bonggeun joins a growing number of our alumni who are faculty at various institutions all over the world. We wish him all the best in the future!
Dr. JinSeok Kim returned to KIST in Korea
Posted: February 25, 2009
February 25, 2009
Dr. Kim is going back to work in Korea after 1 year of working in this lab as a post doc and visiting researcher. He is a senior research scientist at Nano-Bio Research Center in Korea Institue of Science and Technology. His work has been focused on cardiac tissue engineering to develop natural 3D heart tissue and myofiber organization of cardiomyocyte in our lab. JinSeok is also interested in functional nano-micro devices and applications of cardiac tissue engineering.
Dr. Yu-Shik Hwang appointed as an Assistant Professor in Korea
Posted: February 19, 2009
Congratulations to Yu-Shik's appointment as a assistant professor in college of dentistry, Kyunghee University, Seoul, effective from March 2009. He has focused on Microengineered Microwell Array based Embryonic Stem Cell fate specification study during his postdoctoral training in our lab. Yu-Shik's research interest includes Embryonic Stem Cell and Adult Stem Cell based Bioengineering and Tissue Engineering.
Dr. Lifeng Kang appointed as a Lecturer in Singapore
Posted: January 30, 2009
Congratulations to Lifeng's appointment as a Lecturer in Department of
Pharmacy, National University of Singapore, effective from February 2009.
He has focused on hydrogel microwell array study during his 2-year
postdoctoral training in our lab. Lifeng’s research interest includes the
development of biomaterials for drug delivery and tissue engineering.
Congratulations to Mahesh, Yanan, and Prof. Khademhosseini
Posted: September 16, 2008
The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) awarded Mahesh K. Vidula, an MIT biological engineering undergraduate student, the 2008 Undergraduate Student Design and Research Award for the project, "A Pump-less Microfluidic Chip to Detect Cardiac Toxicity"; BMES also awarded Dr. Yanan Du and Prof. Khademhosseini the Outstanding Paper award. Their paper, "Method of bottom up directed assembly of cell-laden microgels", will be published in the new BMES journal “Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering”.
Dr. Shim is appointed as faculty in Korea
Posted: July 29, 2008
Congratulations to our own Dr. Jae Sool Shim has been appointed as a faculty member of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yeungnam University, Korea, starting from September 1,2008. The mecanical engineering at Yeungnam University is one of the biggest in Korea (http://me.yu.ac.kr/index.jsp). He will teach two courses: 'Nanotechnology' and 'Numerical Analysis'. He contributed to a number of projects during his stay in our lab including high-throughput engineering of cellular microenvironments and mathematical analysis of fluid flow in microchannels.
Dr. Khademhosseini receives the IEEE/EMBS Early career award
Posted: May 09, 2008
Dr. Khademhosseini received the 2008 IEEE-EMBS early career award. This award is given annually for significant contributions to the field of biomedical engineering as evidenced by innovative research design, product development, patents, and/or publications made by an individual who is within 10 years of completing their highest degree at the time of the nomination. The ceremony will be held on August 21 during the Welcome Reception of EMBC'08.
Congratulations to Dr. Demirci for receiving the CIMIT award for medical technology
Posted: May 09, 2008
As reported in Boston Globe, Dr. Utkan Demirci, whose team also includes Dr. Ali Khademhosseini has received a grant from the CIMIT to create a disposable device that medical workers can use to monitor HIV infections on the battlefield or in developing countries with limited resources.
Congrats to Yanan, Edward, Shamsher and Prof. Khademhosseini
Posted: May 04, 2008
Congrats to our group for publishing a paper in PNAS in which we developed a bottom-up approach to direct the assembly of cell-laden microgels to generate tissue constructs with tunable microarchitecture and complexity. This assembly process is driven by the tendency of multi-phase liquid-liquid systems to minimize the surface area and the resulting surface free energy between the phases. This bottom-up approach for the directed assembly of cell-laden microgels provides a powerful and highly scalable approach to form biomimetic 3D tissue constructs and opens a new paradigm for directing the assembly of mesoscale materials.
Prof. Khademhosseini awarded the 2008 LaMer Award of the American Chemical Society
Posted: April 05, 2008
Prof. Khademhosseini has been selected as the 2008 LaMer Award winner by the American Chemical Society. Annually, the Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry of the American Chemical Society selects the outstanding PhD Thesis for the year. All PhD candidates from chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering, physics, biochemistry, etc. programs, from US and Canadian Schools, who completed research in colloids or surface chemistry, are eligible for this award. Selection is based on originality, significance, and quality of the work, as well as clearly visible contribution of the student independent of the professor, and promise of the student as a future investigator. As a recognition of this accomplishment he will be giving the LaMer plenary lecture at the ACS Colloids & Surface Science Symposium at NC State University.
Prof. Khademhosseini co-edits the book on ‘Micro- and nano engineering the cell microenvironment'
Posted: March 10, 2008
Prof. Khademhosseini and colleagues edit the first volume to thoroughly cover the use of micro and nano system technologies involved in developing cell-based bioengineering application. Supported with 140 illustrations and written by pioneers in the field, it explores the top-down and bottom-up technologies that can be used to control various aspects of the cellular microenvironment. (http://tinyurl.com/67styy)
Prof. Khademhosseini awarded the TR35 Top Young Innovator Award
Posted: August 15, 2007
Prof. Khademhosseini has been recognized by Technology Review magazine as one of the world’s top innovators under the age of 35 for the development of novel tissue engineering and cell culture approaches. Selected from more than 300 nominees by a panel of expert judges and the editorial staff of Technology Review, the TR35 is an elite group of accomplished young innovators who exemplify the spirit of innovation in business, technology and the arts.
Prof. Khademhosseini selected as a finalist for BMW Science Award
Posted: July 11, 2007
Prof Khademhosseini was selected as one of the 5 finalists for the BMW Science Award for best PhD thesis. The final selection will be made in Germany in the fall.
Dr. Sun Min Kim appointed as Assistant Professor in Kyungwon Univerisity, Korea
Posted: April 24, 2007
Dr. Sun Min Kim joined as an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of BioNano Technology & Gachon BioNano Research Institute at Kyungwon Univerisity,Korea. Congrats Sun Min
Dr. Sengupta awarded the DOD Era of Hope
Posted: January 02, 2007
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