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Lindsay Hill Awarded 2017 WCC/Eli Lilly Travel Award

Congratulations to MD/PhD Candidate Lindsay Hill on being selected for the Women Chemists Committee (WCC)/Eli Lilly Travel Award! Her work on iron oxide hybrid biomatierals for theranostics will be featured in a special poster session along with the other awardees. You can check it out at the 254th ACS Meeting in Washington DC.

|August 16th, 2017
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    Andrew Olsen & Priya Katyal Participate in Inaugural I-Corps Sites Program at NYU Tandon

Andrew Olsen & Priya Katyal Participate in Inaugural I-Corps Sites Program at NYU Tandon

PhD Candidate, Andrew Olsen, and Post Doctoral Associate, Priya Katyal, participate in the NSF I-Corps Sites program hosted at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. They followed the lean launchpad methodology to understand potential markets for the engineered phosphotriesterase (PTE) developed in the lab. They were awarded modest funding to continue their customer discovery efforts following submission for of an NSF style proposal. You can read more about the program here. You can also view their lessons learned video on YouTube.

|August 11th, 2017

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