News & Highlights

BME senior design team creates unique STEM materials

An interdisciplinary team of UD students and faculty have developed unique curriculum kits, called Orthopaedics in Action (OIA), that teach science, mathematics and engineering concepts through medical experiments. A team of BME seniors designed the first generation...

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BME undergrad named CAA outdoor field athlete

BME undergrad Amira Idris has been selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Field Athlete of the Week. She won the long jump with a meet record and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifying distance of 19 ft, 5.5 inches while also placing 4th...

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UD’s Pathways to Innovation team

Jeannie Stephens is part of a team of UD faculty working to bring innovation and entrepreneurial education to students across disciplines thanks to UD’s selection for the National Science Foundation’s Pathways to Innovation Program. The objective is to rework the...

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Slater receives pilot project grant

John Slater has received a 2-year INBRE Pilot Project award for his research on 3D microfluidic systems. His paper "Modulation of endothelial cell migration via manipulation of adhesion site growth using nanopatterned surfaces" has been accepted for publication in ACS...

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Gleghorn awarded pilot project grant

Jason Gleghorn has received a pilot project grant to study the directed self-assembly of vascular architectures in microfluidic biomaterials. It will be funded by the NIH COBRE for the Molecular Design of Advanced Biomaterials.

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Day group publishes invited perspective

Emily Day's research group has published an invited perspective in ACS Nano that overviews nanoparticle-mediated photothermal therapy (PTT) and discusses recent insights into the mechanisms of cell death induced by this technique. PTT utilizes nanoparticles embedded...

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