A new paper from the lab, led by NSF Graduate Fellow Lisa Tostanoski, has been accepted for publication in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. Stay tuned for the paper or read more about Lisa on the team page. Keep up the great work!
Congratulations to Krystina Hess, PhD candidate and DoD SMART Graduate Fellow, who has been appointed as a Senator in the University Senate. In May, Krystina will begin a 1 year term to represent graduate student perspectives and issues to the broader campus community. Congrats!
Read more about Krystina on the team page.
Welcome to Haleigh Eppler, our newest PhD student! Haleigh joins us as a PhD candidate in the Molecular and Cellular Biology program. Her PhD research will focus on using biomaterials to probe immunological tolerance during autoimmune disease. Welcome!
Read more about Haleigh on the team page.
The current issue of the the Controlled Release Society Newsletter (2017, Issue 1) features research from the Jewell Lab in the "Scientifically Speaking" section. The article highlights the lab's recent work leveraging nanotechnology to combat multiple sclerosis (MS) in pre-clinical mouse models and in samples from human MS patients.
Learn more about multiple sclerosis from the National MS Society.
Dr. Geoffrey Lynn joins the lab
Prof. Jewell has received a 2017 Acta Biomaterialia Outstanding Reviewer award. These annual awards recognize excellence in the peer review process during the previous calendar year. Each recipient receives a certificate and honorarium.
Thanks to Acta Biomaterialia for this honor! Read more about Prof. Jewell on the team page.
Congratulations to graduate students Emily Gosselin and Shannon Tsai for each receiving honorable mention in the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program! This is a great achievement in a very competitive national setting. Keep up the great work!
Read more about Shannon and Emily on the team page.
Professor Christopher Jewell has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure, effective July 1, 2017. Thanks to all the current and former lab members for the hard work and dedication, as well as to the department, college, and university for supporting our growth and productivity!
Read more about Professor Jewell on the team page.
Dr. Qin Zeng, postdoctoral researcher in the lab, has received a 2017 Trainee Award from the American Association of Immunologists (AAI). Qin will present her work at the national AAI meeting in Washington D.C. this May. Congratulations Qin!
Read more about Dr. Zeng on the team page.
Professor Jewell was a featured speaker at the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation's annual Accelerating Cancer Cures meeting held this week at Novartis in Cambridge, MA.
Thanks to the organizers for the invitation, to the industrial and clinical participants, and to the Damon Runyon Foundation for generously supporting the lab's work with a Damon Runyon-Rachleff Stage 2 Innovator Award.
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