Exciting application of 3D bioprinting promises clinical relevance for MRSA and other toxin-releasing pathogens.
Chemical & Engineering News and Materials Today have highlighted a novel means of inducing release of molecules from polymeric particles.
Liangfang Zhang's red blood cell-mimicking particles make headlines again, this time for use as vaccines against pore-forming toxins.
A 2013 study in Molecular Cell was the first to identify methylation patterns, identifiable in blood samples, that reflect biological aging.
Almutairi's TEDx talk explains her passion for creating materials with entirely new properties.
Newly developed neural stem cells generate long neurons in injured spinal cord, suggesting they could restore sensation and autonomic function.
Grant will support development of nanoparticles that form a scaffold in ischemic tissue for post-heart attack regeneration.
Grant funds development of epidermal electronics for pregnancy monitoring.
Prof. Nizet was recognized in April 2012 for his contributions to the understanding of microbial pathogenesisby election to the AAM.
Local NPR affiliate KPBS and the San Diego Union-Tribune covered CEN PI Karen Christman’s paper in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
The Optic Nerve Regeneration Fund supports the Zhang lab’s research on potential stem cell therapies to restore vision in patients.
CEN director Adah Almutairi’s lab developed the first-ever material to degrade in response to biologically safe powers of near infrared light.
CEN PI Alysson Muotri, a 2011 PopTech Science Fellow, presented at their annual conference in Camden, Maine, in October.