Welcome to Dr. Ashlee Tipton who is joining the lab as a postdoctoral associate. Dr. Tipton comes to the lab with a strong research background in inflammation, immunology, and hypertension and will initially work on therapeutic vaccine projects ongoing in the lab. Welcome to the lab Ashlee!
Undergraduate researcher Elisabeth "Lily" Sooklal was awarded third place for her research presented on 3/28 at the University of Maryland / Johns Hopkins University Research Fair. More than 20 participants presented their work at the event, a new tradition that builds science and camaraderie with our neighbors at JHU. Congratulations to Lily and to all the participants!
Prof. Jewell has received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award. Congratulations to the whole team!
This 5-year grant will support studies to understand how biomaterial vaccine carriers impact the organization and function of lymph nodes - the tissues that control immune response. The award will also support expansion of the Jewell lab's STEM outreach initiatives with Wheaton High School.
Thanks to the National Science Foundation and the Biomedical Engineering Program Office for supporting our research and education efforts!!!
Read the full press release here:
The Jewell lab and collaborator Stan Vukmanovic, have received a second year of support to continue developing polymer coatings able to promote immune tolerance. The effort is supported by a total of $120,000 over two years, and is initially aimed at developing a new therapeutic option for Multiple Sclerosis.
Congratulations to the team, and thanks to our sponsors for their support!
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