Congratulations to Michael who passed his Doctoral Dissertation Defense entitled, “Magnetic Materials for Biomedical Applications.”
Bryant’s manuscript entitled, “Effect of hydroxyapatite concentration on high-modulus composite for biodegradable bone-fixation devices” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials.
Stephanie was featured in an article on the UConn IMS website entitled, “Stephanie Bendtsen’s Research for Regeneration,” highlighting her research in 3D bioprinting for bone tissue regeneration. The article can be viewed here:
Stephanie’s poster entitled, “3D Bioprinting of Alginate-Hydroxyapatite Hydrogel Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Regeneration” received a Best Poster Award Nomination at the Spring 2016 MRS conference in Phoenix, AZ.
Drew’s manuscript, “Investigation of Structural Collapse in Unidirectionally Freeze Cast Collagen Scaffolds” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine.
Changmin’s manuscript, “Fabrication of intrafibrillar and extrafibrillar mineralized collagen/apatite scaffolds with a hierarchical structure” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A.
Their manuscript, “A Comparative Study of the Sintering Behavior of Pure and Manganese-Substituted Hydroxyapatite” has been accepted for publication in Materials.
Changmin’s manuscript, “Development of Biomimetic Scaffolds with Both Intrafibrillar and Extrafibrillar Mineralization” has been accepted for publication in ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering.
Stephanie’s manuscript, “Synthesis and characterization of a novel injectable alginate-collagen-hydroxyapatite hydrogel for bone tissue regeneration” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
Erica’s manuscript, “A comparative study of the sintering and cell behavior of pure and cobalt-substituted hydroxyapatite” has been accepted for publication in Medical Sciences.