Congratulations Max!

Max’s manuscript, “Effects of cell-attachment and extracellular matrix on bone formation in vivo in collagen-hydroxyapatite scaffolds” has been accepted for publication in PLOS One

Congratulations Michael!

Michael’s manuscript, “An intrinsically magnetic biomaterial with tunable magnetic properties” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry B.

Congratulations Max on passing your Ph.D. Dissertation Defense!

Congratulations to Max who passed his doctoral dissertation defense! Max’s thesis is titled, “In Vivo 2-Photon Microscopy and Collagen-Hydroxyapatite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering.”

Congratulations Max!

Max’s manuscript, “Bone tissue engineering with a collagen-hydroxyapatite scaffold and culture expanded bone marrow stromal cells” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B – Applied Biomaterials.

Congratulations Erica

Erica’s manuscript, “Control of hydroxyapatite nanoparticle morphology using wet synthesis techniques: Reactant addition rate effects” has been accepted for publication in Materials Letters.

Congratulations Erica!

Erica’s manuscript, “Synthesis and Characterization of Cobalt-Substituted Hydroxyapatite Powders” has been accepted for publication in Ceramincs International.

Congratulations Zengmin!

Zengmin has been honored with the 2014 Woman of Innovation Award in the category of Collegian Innovation and Leadership by the Connecticut Technology Council. Congratulations Zengmin!

Congratulations Erica

Erica’s manuscript, “Evaluation of alkaline pre-treatment of PLLA fibers for biomimetic hydroxyapatite coating” has been accepted for publication in Surface and Coatings Technology.

Congratulations Zengmin

Zengmin’s manuscript, “A Biomimetic Collagen-Apatite Scaffold with a Multi-Level Lamellar Structure for Bone Tissue Engineering” has been accepted for publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry B.

Congratulations Erica!

Congratulations Erica on passing the doctoral thesis defense! Erica’s thesis is titled, “Magnetic Apatites for Biomedical Applications.”