Category: Article

2022 Technologies in Brain Cancer Symposium
October 24, 2022

Thank you to all those that participated, sponsored, and attended our inaugural Technologies in Brain Cancer Symposium. We could not have done it without you!

 

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The Bruns lab reports on a method for quanitifying neuronal cell density
S.Nagrath Lab develops new microfluidic chip to capture and investigate exosomes
January 29, 2021

The Sunitha Nagrath lab reports on their work to capture natural killer cells and harvest exosomes to investigate their potential for battling cancer cells.

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Anna Schwendeman
Anna Schwendeman Promoted
January 1, 2021

Congratulations to Anna Schwendeman on being named the William I. Higuchi Collegiate Professor of Pharmacy!

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Three New Startups Launched in FY20
September 11, 2020

BI faculty members were part of three new startup companies launched in FY20.

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Nanoparticle-based targeting and detection of microcavities
Study by Deepak Nagrath and Sunitha Nagrath Labs propose new strategy to target pancreatic cancer
July 9, 2020

Study by Deepak Nagrath and Sunitha Nagrath Labs propose new strategy to target pancreatic cancer

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BI Research Response to COVID-19
May 4, 2020

BI researchers are using their expertise to combat COVID-19 on multiple fronts.

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Lahann Lab reports on new 3D scaffolds that could find applications in Precision Medicine
October 3, 2019

The paper entitled “Engineered Fibrillar Fibronectin Networks as Three‐Dimensional Tissue Scaffolds” appears in Advanced Materials. The work was done in collaboration with BI faculty members Gary Luker and Max Wicha.

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Moon Lab Develops Nanoparticle that Relieved IBD Symptoms in Mice
August 26, 2019

Researchers found that the nanoparticle alleviates symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease more effectively than common FDA-approved medications.

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Steven Schwendeman
S. Schwendeman publishes collaborative research on long-active contraceptive delivery
January 21, 2019

A new publication from Steve Schwendeman and his collaborators from Georgia Tech appears in Nature Biomedical Engineering and features micro-needle patches for long-acting contraceptive delivery.

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Joerg Lahann
New Science article from the Lahann Lab
November 19, 2018

An article from the Lahann lab was recently published in Science. The article is entitled “Templated nanofiber synthesis via chemical vapor polymerization into liquid crystalline films” and reports on nanofiber arrays that can lead to various functional coatings.

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