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May 4, 2022
Sonal Gahlawat, a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering, has been awarded the 2022 Chancellor-Provost's Graduate Student Leadership Award. This award is given to a graduate student who exemplifies excellence and truly embodies a commitment to leadership and involvement on campus and/or in the community.
April 19, 2022
Meat grown in a lab is ‘not as far away as you may think,’ according to Rutgers researchers Yong Mao and Joseph Freeman
March 24, 2022
Atelier Meats Corp., a biotechnology company focused on development and commercialization of lab-grown meats, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a multi-disciplinary collaborative research and development agreement with Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey to help it develop Atelier's proprietary technology for the manufacture of lab-grown or cultivated meats.
March 15, 2022
Professors Martin Yarmush, Anil Shrirao, and Rene Schloss have been awarded a 3-year $460,383 grant from Terumo Corporation. The award entitled, “A Robotic Device for Assisting Clinicians in the Completion of the Transradial Catheterization Procedure”, applies the know-how developed for the Yarmush lab’s automated robotic venipuncture device towards radial artery catheterization.
March 7, 2022
(This news item also can be found here) Stabilized enzyme could offer new hope to those with spinal cord injuries By employing artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics a team led by Rutgers School of Engineering researchers successfully stabilized an enzyme able to degrade scar tissue resulting from spinal cord injuries and promote tissue regeneration.
February 16, 2022
Professor Adam Gormley has been selected as a Rising Star by the family of journals: Advanced Science, Advanced Materials, Advanced Healthcare Materials, and Small!
February 16, 2022
Professor Adam Gormley has been named a 2022 Young Innovator in Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. He will contribute a full-length research article to a special issue of the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering journal and is invited to present his work in a special two-part platform session at the 2022 Fall BMES Annual Meeting.
February 8, 2022
Associate professor Nada N. Boustany has long been intrigued by the notion of using engineering principles to understand cellular morphology.
February 3, 2022
Professor Francois Berthiaume and colleagues have been awarded an NIH R01 grant for their project entitled ‘Development of a closed-loop control system for plasma medicine’. The award is for $1.8 million split between Rutgers, North Carolina State University, and Drexel University for up to four years. Katharina Stapelmann (NCSU), Vandana Miller (Drexel), and Fred Krebs (Drexel) are co-PIs.