Center for Innovation & Precision Dentistry Positions Penn as a Leader in Engineering Health
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School of Engineering and Applied Science , Richer & Elizabeth Goodwin Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and Michel Koo is a member of the , Professor of Orthodontics in Penn Dental Medicine, published , planting a flag for CiPD’s mission and encouraging others to mirror its method ..read more
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Puneeth Guruprasad Wins 2023 Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students
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This post was adapted from an original story by Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching in Penn Today. Read the full story and list of 2023 winners , Alfred G. and Meta A. Ennis Professor in Bioengineering and in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Both courses are a part of the core curriculum for undergraduate bioengineering students. His doctoral thesis focuses on how a specific interaction between CAR T cells and tumor cells limits their function across a range of cancers ..read more
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2023 Solomon R. Pollack Awards for Excellence in Graduate Bioengineering Research
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Solomon R. Pollack Award for Excellence in Graduate Bioengineering Research , Mary Black Ralston Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery and in Bioengineering. She successfully defended her thesis and graduated in August 2022. During her Ph.D., Hannah advanced the state-of-the-art in articular cartilage repair by harnessing remote fields, such as magnetism and gravity. Using these non-invasive forces, she was able to control cell positioning within engineered tissues, similar to the cell patterns within native cartilage, and enhance the integration between cartilage and bone. Her work could be used i ..read more
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Daeyeon Lee: Evan C Thompson Lecture and American Chemical Society Award
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last year. It portrayed students as more disconnected and uncertain as they re-entered the campus environment. Read more about this award in School of Engineering and Applied Science Dean Vijay Kumar , Lee recently delivered the 2023 Evan C Thompson Chair Lecture about—fittingly enough—establishing a sense of community as we return from the isolating days of the pandemic ..read more
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For a New Generation of Antibiotics, Scientists are Bringing Extinct Molecules Back to Life – and Discovering the Hidden Genetics of Immunity Along the Way
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Read the full story in is predicted to reach 10 million by 2050 , creates these new frameworks using potent partnerships in engineering and the health sciences, drawing on the “ Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science . He holds additional primary appointments in Psychiatry and Microbiology in the Perelman School of Medicine. power of machines to accelerate discoveries in biology and medicine , the team has launched the field of “molecular de-extinction ..read more
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Engineered White Blood Cells Eliminate Cancer
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Multiple members in the biophysical engineering lab lead by Dennis Discher, including co-lead author and postdoctoral fellow and Penn Bioengineering alumnus Jason Andrechak and Bioengineering Ph.D. student Brandon Hayes, contributed to this study. The research was funded by grants from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and the National Cancer Institute, including the Physical Sciences Oncology Network, of the US National Institutes of Health. , Robert D. Bent Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Bioengineering, and Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, and po ..read more
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Penn Engineers Create Low-Cost, Eco-Friendly COVID Test
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Read the full story in the group introduces a new test made from Bacterial Cellulose (BC), an organic compound synthesized from several strains of bacteria, as a substitute for PCBs. , an aptly named test that generates results in minutes with a high degree of accuracy. An even more cost-effective version, called , was created using electrodes made from graphite. A third test, called COLOR, was a low-cost optodiagnostic test printed on cotton swabs ..read more
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The Physics of Fat Droplets Reveal DNA Danger
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Read the full story in , Robert D. Bent Professor in the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering , Bioengineering, and in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Irena Ivanovska, Ph.D. research associate in Penn’s Molecular and Cell Biophysics Lab, and Michael Tobin, Ph.D. candidate in the ..read more
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Episode 4 of Innovation & Impact: Exploring AI in Engineering
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This story originally appeared in  or your favorite listening platforms or find all the episodes on our  , Presidential Assistant Professor in Bioengineering, Psychiatry and Microbiology with a secondary appointment in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, who leads research on technology in the medical field, using computers to find antibiotics in extinct organisms and identify pre-clinical candidates to advance drug discovery.  podcast shares insight from leading experts at Penn and Penn Engineering on science, technology and medicine.  ..read more
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