Announcements

Drs. Feinberg and Palchesko discuss our latest research on the Regenerative Medicine Today Podcast

"Regenerative Medicine Today welcomes Adam Feinberg, PhD and Rachelle Palchesko, PhD.  Dr. Feinberg is the principal investigator of the Regenerative Biomaterials and Therapeutics Group at Carnegie Mellon University.  Dr. Palchesko is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the group.  Drs. Feinberg ...

Welcome to our new MS graduate student Amrita!

Welcome to Amrita Sahu, who is joining our group as a BME MS-track graduate student.  Amrita will be working on ECM protein scaffolds.

Drs. Palchesko and Feinberg Discuss Bioengineering the Corneal Endothelium

Under the Fox Center OTERO program, Rachelle Palchesko, PhD and her scientific mentors (Adam W. Feinberg, PhD-Carnegie Mellon University, and James L. Funderburgh, PhD-University of Pittsburgh ) are researching the regeneration of the corneal endothelium, the posterior layer of the ...

The Center for the Mechanics and Engineering of Cellular Systems is Established at CMU

Prof. Feinberg and the Regenerative Biomaterials and Therapeutics Group are founding members of the newly formed Center for the Mechanics and Engineering of Cellular Systems at CMU. "The vision of the center is that a comprehensive understanding of the input and ...

Welcome to our new graduate students Rebecca and TJ

A warm welcome to two graduate students that have joined the Regenerative Biomaterials and Therapeutics group this semester. Rebecca Duffy from Virginia Commonwealth University is a PhD-track BME student who will be working on muscle tissue engineering. TJ ...

Publication: Engineered tissue grafts: opportunities and challenges in regenerative medicine

Dr. Feinberg has authored a review article entitled "Engineered tissue grafts: opportunities and challenges in regenerative medicine"  in the journal Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Systems Biology and Medicine.

Yan and Gabe present at the Biomedical Engineering Society 2011 Meeting in Hartford, CT

        Congrats to Yan and Gabe who did a great job presenting their research at the BMES 2011 Meeting in Hartford, CT. Yan presented a poster entitled "Engineering Anisotropic Myotubes Using Micropatterned Extracellular Matrix Proteins," with co-author Ashley Lee. Gabe presented a poster ...

Quentin is Awarded a Dowd-ICES Fellowship

Congratulations to Quentin Jallerat, who has been awarded a Dowd-ICES Graduate Student Fellowship for the 2011-2012 academic year.  The Philip and Marsha Dowd Engineering Seed Fund was established in 2001 through a generous gift to the College of Engineering (CIT) ...

Yan Wins Poster Award at the 2011 Biomaterials / Biomechanics Day!

Congratulations to Yan Sun and co-author Ashley Lee!  Their research entitled "Engineering Anisotropic Myotubes Using Micropatterned Extracellular Matrix Proteins" won a Best Poster Award at the 2011 Biomaterials / Biomechanics Day organized by CMU and PITT.

2011 Biomaterials / Biomechanics Day

We welcome PITT and CMU faculty and students to participate in the 2011 joint Biomaterials and Biomechanics Day, "At the Interface: Using Biomaterials to Probe Biomechanics."  The keynote speaker is Chris Chen from the University of Pennsylvania.  Happening on September ...