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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
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    Nicole Schnabel & Albert Agustinus Present Their Work at NYAS

Nicole Schnabel & Albert Agustinus Present Their Work at NYAS

Undergraduate Student, Nicole Schnabel, presented a poster on developing protein hydrogels a the New York Academy of Sciences. Albert Agustinus, a graduate student in the Montclare Lab, also presented his work on drug delivery for bone fracture healing.

|September 9th, 2016

Lindsay Hill Presents at World Molecular Imaging Congress

MD/PhD Candidate, Lindsay Hill, presented a poster on her protein-metal hybrid biomaterial for theranostic applications.

|September 8th, 2016
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    ARISE Students, Nina and Cassandra, Present Their Summer Research

ARISE Students, Nina and Cassandra, Present Their Summer Research

Nina and Cassandra, high school students in the Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program at NYU, presented their summer research at the program end symposium in front for parents, teachers, professors, students, and peers.

|August 19th, 2016