BME Graduate Students Receive LSM Awards

At the 21st Annual Symposium of the Laboratory for Surface Modification, graduate student Daniel J. Haders, working with Professor Richard E. Riman, won the prize for best student talk: �Deposition of crystallographically tunable hydroxyapatite films by TEP/EDTA doubly regulated hydrothermal crystallization for biomedical applications.� In addition, graduate student Norman Lapin working with Professor Yves Chabal, received the award for best student poster: �Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy investigation of the attachment between aminosilane, biotin and streptavidin at silicon oxide surfaces.�