This week Prof. Jewell presented at the National Biotechnology Conference in Anaheim, CA. The presentation focused on the lab's recent work using self-assembly of immune signals for precision immune tolerance. Thanks to the organizers and attendees!
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During Maryland Day 2022, the Jewell Lab hosted a successful booth demonstrating bioengineering principles such as controlled release....along with delicious liquid nitrogen ice cream! Thanks to the hundreds of visitors to our booth, as well as to our lab members for all the efforts coordinating and running the activities. A fun day for us and the community!
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Five members of the Jewell lab attended the national meeting of the Society for Biomaterials in Baltimore this week. Congrats to all the attendees and presenters, including Dr. Marian Ackun-Farmmer, Dr. Senta Kapnick, Dr. Robert "Smitty" Oakes, Dr. Yuan Rui, and Shrey Shah!
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Dr. Christopher M. Jewell has been elected as a Fellow of the Controlled Release Society. According to the CRS, elevation to Fellow recognizes an exceptional individual in the field of controlled release who has made outstanding and sustained contributions to the field of delivery science and technology.
Read the full press release here, or learn more about Prof. Jewell on the team page.
Congratulations to Dr. Shannon Tsai, NIH Doctoral Fellow and Clark Doctoral Fellow in the lab, who successfully defended her PhD thesis today! Shannon is our eighth PhD graduate and continues the high bar that has been set. Congrats Shannon!!!
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