News & Awards

Noteworthy Chemistry, a weekly publication by the ACS that highlights specific articles from a broad range of literature, selected two of our articles for their feature. 

Tobin was selected to present at this symposium at the 2015 ACS national meeting in Denver. Check out the official writeup here.

In this work, Jen (now at Ohio State) and Emi (now at Seattle Children's Hospital) investigate the effect of cancer drugs on matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) and metabolic activity of melanoma cells at various stages of metastasis.

After her defense in December, Emi is leaving CU to return to Seattle for a postdoc at the Seattle Children's Hospital. Goodbye Emi!

In this work, Katie uses photodegradable hydrogel microparticles to create three dimensional cyst-like structures to mimic the native alveoli of the lung epithelium.

2nd year graduate student Tobin Brown was selected as one of this year's National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows. Congratulations Tobin!

Congratulations to Kyle on completion of his thesis and a successful defense!

Amelia, Annie, and Jesse have been hard at work this year preparing excellent projects for the science fair.

In this paper, Balaji Sridhar demonstrates improved glycosaminoglycan and collagen deposition by co-encapsulating chondrocytes and MSCs in a functionalized cell-degradable PEG