Awards

John Szymanski Wins the Best Presentation Award at the BiRM Annual Meeting

Congratulations to John Szymanski for winning the Best Presentation Award at the Biomechanics in Regenerative Medicine (BiRM) T32 Annual Progress Meeting.  John presented his exciting work on using monodisperse nanofibers to elucidate the mechanical properties of fibronectin.

Adam Feinberg receives the George Tallmann Ladd Research Award from the Carnegie Institute of Technology

Prof. Adam Feinberg has been selected to receive the 2012 George Tallmann Ladd Research Award from the Carnegie Institute of Technology (College of Engineering) at Carnegie Mellon University. For 2012... "The George Tallmann Ladd Research Award was given to David Brumley, Assistant Professor of Electrical and ...

Adam Feinberg recognized by a Rising Star Award from BMES and CMBE

Prof. Adam Feinberg was recognized by a Rising Star Award from the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering special interest group of the Biomedical Engineering Society.  Prof. Feinberg received the award and presented a talk on "Bottom-Up Engineering of the Extracellular Matrix" ...

Adam Feinberg receives the NIH Director’s 2012 New Innovator Award

Prof. Adam Feinberg has received the NIH Director's 2012 New Innovator Award to fund the project "Human Myocardium Engineered Using Developmentally-Inspired Protein Scaffolds." Read more about this award. NIH press release CMU press release  Feature article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Martin Antensteiner wins 1st place in REU poster competition!

Congratulations to Martin Antensteiner, who won 1st place in the REU poster session this summer for his research entitled "Investigating the Mechanical Properties of Fibronectin".  His co-authors were Rebecca Wells and John Szymanski.