Poster Series

The Stevenson Biomaterials Poster Session 2014

On October 17, 2014 the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute hosted their annual Stevenson Research Poster Session in which many graduate and undergraduate students from across all SBI disciplines presented their research to a panel of judges, faculty and colleagues. The panel of judges included Professors’ Jessie Bond, Ian Hosein and Michelle Blum; David Marcus (Alumnus of SU), SBI Advisory Board Chair; Vijay Srinivas, Sr Dir. Corporate Relations; and Chilukuri K. Mohan interim dean-designate of the College of Engineering and Computer Science.  Thirty one posters in total were displayed throughout the SBI. This year SBI add a new category “Best Commercial Potential”

 

Please see the following list of award winners:

First Place: Flavian Jerome Irudayanathan
A Molecular Approach to Determine The Blood Brain Barrier Tight JunctionsStevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session 2014
Second Place: Hossein Nejad 
Triple Shape Memory Composite Foams
Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session 2014
Third Place: Wenjuan Jiang 
Investigating telodendrimer Based Cancer Drug Delivery Micelles
Honorary: Ariel Ash-Shakoor 
Shape Memory Actuated Polyelectrolyte Multi-Layer WrinklesStevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session 2014
Best Commercial Potential: Erin McMullin
Development of Bioabsorbable, Thermoplastic ElastomersStevenson Biomaterials Lecture Series Research Poster Session 2014

CONGRADULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!

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