Our research is focused on engineering novel materials and therapeutic systems to stimulate damaged peripheral and spinal neurons to regenerate. We take a unique approach to this problem – we use electrically conducting polymers and natural-based materials (e.g., hyaluronic acid-based biomaterials, decellularized tissues) to create therapies that can electrically, chemically, biologically and mechanically trigger neurons, at both the macroscopic and nanometer-scales.
Christine E. Schmidt, Ph.D.
Pruitt Family Professor and Department Chair
J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering
University of Florida
P.O. Box 116131
Gainesville, FL 32611
- Postdoc, Dr. Young Hye Song, to join BME faculty at the University of Arkansas March 21, 2019 Congratulations to Dr. Young Hye Song, who will be starting her faculty position
- UG Tran Ngo to Participate DAAD RISE Germany Internship Scholarship for the Summer Feb. 26, 2019 Undergraduate student Tran Ngo was selected to receive a DAAD RISE