5.14.22 Congratulations, Robyn! One more congratulations as Robyn is hooded and officially graduates! We all wish her the best of luck as she transitions to the next phase of her career in Raleigh.
5.10.22 Robyn wins award at SBES Symposium Robyn presented her MS work at the annual research symposium of the Virginia Tech-Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences and was awarded Best Oral Presentation in the Cancer Engineering session! This award was based on votes from faculty and students and was presented in the closing ceremony. Congratulations, Robyn!
4.18.22 New webinar on solid-state nanopores Adam delivered a webinar entitled "An Introduction to Solid-State Nanopore Technology: Fabrication, Fundamentals, and Applications". This was the first of a series of webinar offered through the Center of BioModular Multi-Scale Systems for Precision Medicine (CBM2), a NIBIB-funded Biotechnology Resource Center lead by Steve Soper at the University of Kansas and for which Adam is a co-investigator. The webinar was recorded and can be viewed here.
3.30.22 Robyn defends MS thesis Robyn successfully defended her Masters thesis entitled "Advancing T Cell Mediated Therapy Using 3D Tumor Organoids and Microfluidics" with a very well designed and delivered presentation. Congratulations, Robyn!
3.28.22 Damian joins the lab Damian Hutchins, who has been working with Robyn this semester, has now officially joined as a PhD student. He will be co-advised by Shay Soker (WFIRM) and Adam and will continue work on an adaptive immunity project involving microfluidics and patient-derived tumor tissue. Welcome, Damian!
3.16.22 Hyaluronan paper published in Scientific Reports Felipe's new paper on hyaluronan analysis is now available in Scientific Reports. It describes a large, systematic exploration of experimental variables impacting the sensitivity and resolution of HA measurements with solid-state nanopores, including applied voltage, nanopore diameter, and buffer salt conditions. This is a continuation of our collaborative work with Ellie Rahbar here at Wake and Paul DeAngelis at Oklahoma.