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Nicole Schnabel Present Research at MACUB

Montclare Lab undergraduate student, Nicole Schnabel, presented a poster at this fall’s Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists (MACUB) conference. She detailed her work on the development of hydrogels using a protein triblock polymer comprised of two self-assembly domains.

|October 29th, 2016
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    Albert Agustinus & Nicole Schnabel Present Their Work at the 2016 Symposium on Biomaterials Science.

Albert Agustinus & Nicole Schnabel Present Their Work at the 2016 Symposium on Biomaterials Science.

Graduate student, Albert Agustinus, and undergraduate student, Nicole Schnabel, presented a poster together about their research on using protein for the delivery of drugs for the treatment of osteoarthritis.

|October 25th, 2016

Patrick Grycka, Edward Klementowicz, and Chappel Sharrock on Their Publication

The SOAR outreach team, consisting of undergraduates, Patrick Grycka, Edward Klementowicz, and Chappel Sharrock, have published their work in the Journal of Technology and Science Education. Their article detailed the effectiveness of online physics labs in the high school classroom. You can check out the article by clicking here.

|October 25th, 2016

Nicole Schnabel Completes URAP Program with the ARO

Undergraduate Student, Nicole Schnabel, has recently completed the Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP) with the Army Research Office (ARO). She spent the summer helping to develop protein-based hydrogels.

|October 23rd, 2016

Joe Frezzo Selected to Present at WMIC

Biomedical Engineering PhD Candidate, Joe Frezzo, gave a talk ash the World Molecular Imaging Congress about his work on fluorinated block polymers with potential for MRI tracing.

|September 10th, 2016