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in the new paper, “Organoids“, published in Nature Reviews, Dr. Wang and other leaders in organoid research highlight the rationale underlying the establishment of organoid cultures and provide guiding principles for selecting suitable materials, methods, and protocols for different applications. The critical considerations for generating robust organoids have been further discussed, such as those related to cell isolation and seeding, matrix and soluble factor selection, physical cues and integration (see Graphic Abstract below), as well as the general standards for data quality, reproducibility and deposition within the organoid community. It is a good resource for Methods and Protocols if you want to make organoids by yourself.
NIBIB Trailblazer Award
Dr. Wang has been awarded the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) Trailblazer Award. This generous support from NIBIB will help Wang Lab to explore new oral drugs to treat inflammatory and infectious diseases using organoid platforms.
ASEE 2022 Annual Conference
Dr. Wang participated in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2022 Annual Conference. As the sponsor of ASEE, ISU had various sessions and programs. A lot of fun!
2022 SFB Exhibit
With Tissue Engineering SIG officers @NganHuang @GuldenCU at 2022 SFB Exhibit @SFBiomaterials
Join SFB 2022 Annual Meeting!
We’re less than one week away from the 2022 SFB Annual Meeting! Join us at the “Biomaterials for Organoids” Session and “Biomaterials for Regenerative Engineering” Session in Baltimore. A lot of great programs and SIG Mixer social. See you then!
Welcome, Zhao, Jack, and Elijah!
New students, Jack Girton and Elijah Vanderkamp will join Wang Lab as Honor Research program researchers to work on organoids reprogramming and cell-mediated drug deliver projects. Chemical Engineering senior Zhao Ren Tan will start his research this Spring on the oral vaccine project. Welcome!