On February 24, 2011 Professor Mark W. Grinstaff, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry for Metcalf Center for Science and Engineering at Boston University, gave the annual Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture on “Dendritic Polymers for Biomedical Applications: From Concept to Clinical Use”. The lecture took place in the Hall of Languages at Syracuse University and following the lecture was a luncheon for the attendees. For more information about the content of Professor Grinstaff’s lecture and the history behind the Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture series click here.
Video and pictures of the 2011 Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series:
Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture and Ceremony Video
Pictures of the Lecture
Pictures of the Reception
Recognition of the Stevenson Family
The Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series was established in 2007 thanks to the generous support of Trustee Ann McComber Stevenson (Nursing ’52) and the late Trustee Emeritus Milton F. Stevenson III (Chemical Engineering ’53).
The Stevensons also generously endowed a professorship in 2006 to encourage leadership at the interface of chemical and biomedical engineering, triggering excitement on campus in the interdisciplinary field of biomaterials. Ann Stevenson remains actively involved in many campus and regional activities and is proud to contribute to Syracuse University’s mission of Scholarship in Action. Milton F. Stevenson III passed away in 2009 and is greatly missed. But the Stevenson family’s legacy lives on through the many ways that he and Ann supported the college.The Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series was established in 2007 thanks to the generous support of Trustee Ann McComber Stevenson (Nursing ’52) and the late Trustee Emeritus Milton F. Stevenson III (Chemical Engineering ’53).