SBI News

Events

  • Dacheng Ren selected to receive the 2018 Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Faculty Excellence and Scholarly Distinction at the One University Awards ceremony on April 20 April 2018
  • Justine Paul– named 2018 Syracuse University Scholar – April 2018
  • SBI Graduate Students take several top honors at 2018 Engineering and Computer Science Research Day!
  • Research Team Develops 3D Tissue Model of Developing Human Heart – March 2018
  • Zhen Ma Awarded LUSH PRIZE – November 2017
  • Lisa Manning Awarded the 2018 Maria Goeppert Mayer Award – October 2017
  • Innovation Orange: Associate Professor Jay Henderson  STEM -September 2017
  • SBI Interim Director, Professor Dacheng Ren, (PI) and Assistant Professor Shikha Nangia receive $330,000 NSF award for their work to investigate bacterial persistence in heterogeneous biofilms. – July 2017
  • SU Advance: Coleman
  • Professor Dacheng Ren named Stevenson Endowed Professor – March 2017
  • Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series:  Guest Speaker David Kaplan – March 2017
  • Alumni News! Dr. Tagbo H. R. Niepa (PhD 2014) has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position with the University of Pittsburg Chemical Engineering Department. Congratulations, Dr. Niepa!
  • SBI announces new Seminar Series – Fall 2016
  • Zhen Ma joins SBI and the College of Engineering and Computer Science as the Samuel and Carol Nappi Research Scholar and lead researcher in the newly established System Tissue Engineering and Morphogenesis Lab. – Fall 2016
  • Pranav Soman awarded $99,945 by NSF for Bioprinted Constructs – July 2016
  • James Henderson, Ian Hosein and Patrick Mather receive 3 year, $360,000 NSF award for the study of Synthetic/Living Feedback Systems Enabled by Innovation in Shape-Memory Polymers. – July 2016
  • Dacheng Ren awarded a R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study how bacteria grow on the surface of polymers with different levels of stiffness—particularly as it relates to bacterial growth on contact lenses. This NIH R21 grant is funded by the National Eye Institute and entitled for $408,183 for two years Biofilms STEM– February 2016

 

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