Sherry presented the poster, “Effect of Cytokines on the Growth of Miniguts of Altered Schaedler Flora and Conventional Mice (2672009)“, as a Poster of Distinction during Digestive Disease Week® on May 6, 2017, Noon at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. This abstract rated in the top 10% of all AGA abstracts selected for poster presentation at DDW. Congratulations~
Wang Lab has been awarded the 2017 PhRMA Foundation Research Starter Grant in Translational Medicine & Therapeutics. Thanks to PhRMA Foundation for the kind support on the research in my Lab.
Dr. Wang’s abstract, “Effect of Cytokines on the Growth of Miniguts of Altered Schaedler Flora and Conventional Mice (2672009)“, has been selected as a Poster of Distinction for presentation during Digestive Disease Week® at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, May 6-9, 2017. This abstract rated in the top 10% of all AGA abstracts selected for poster presentation at DDW. Another abstract, “Growth of Miniguts Isolated from Altered Schaedler Flora Mice and Conventional Mice (2671985)“, has been selected for poster presentation. Congratulations to the entire team! Will see you on May 6, 2017, Noon – 2 p.m. in Chicago!
Yijun’s abstract “Ex vivo Study of Nanowires in Mini-guts” has been invited as an oral presentation to the Society For Biomaterials 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition: Where Materials become Medicine, being held April 5 – 8, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN, USA at the Minneapolis Convention Center. She will present her results at the session entitled “Multifunctional Biomaterial Design for Regenerative Tissue Engineering” on Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 6:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.. Congratulations~
Wang Lab got support from College of Engineering Exploratory Research Project (ERP)! The goal of this grant program is to make resources available to initiate the development of high-risk, high-impact, novel ideas for new research projects. The goal of this COE ERP is to enable the development of precisely medical solutions to improve gastrointestinal (GI) health. Congratulations!
Undergraduate researchers from Wang Lab, Martin Asama and Seth Baetzold, presented their research results in 2016 AIChE Annual Meeting at San Francisco. Martin’s research topic is “Foaming Agents for Drug Delivery to Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease”. Seth’s research topic is “PLGA Encapsulations of Apocynin for Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease”. Congratulations!
Chemical Engineering students, Branden Moreau, Matthew Schaschwary, Justin White, and Blaine Bristow joined Wang Lab as researcher to work on drug delivery, nanoparticles and stem cells projects. Welcome on board, gentlemen!