Congratulations to the following recipients of the AxoGen Student Travel Fellowship!
Jamie Grooms, CEO of the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research, provided a $1000 donation for these fellowships to help support student travel to Biomedical Engineering conferences. These winners are all presenting either an oral or poster presentation at the BMES Annual Meeting in Seattle.
Thank you again to Mr. Grooms for his support and good luck to all of our students who are presenting next week!
|Name||Type of Presentation||Presentation Title
|Shruthi Bharadwaj||Oral||Colonic Tissue Topography as a Key Player of Metastasis- A Diagnostic Model||Dr. Sarah Glover|
|Andrea Matuska||Oral||Terminal Sterilization of a Decellularized Cartilage Scaffold Affects Cell Adhesion and Viability||Dr. Peter McFetridge|
|Aurore Van de Walle||Poster||Controlled Nutrient Gradient Enhance Smooth Muscle Cell Repopulation of an Acellular Vascular Scaffold||Dr. Peter McFetridge|
|Matthew Vernon||Poster||Enhancing Magnetic Nanoparticle Based DNA Transfection: Intracellular-Active Cassette Features||Dr. Jon Dobson|