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Rizzoli Award Winner

Congratulations to Dr. Stefano Zaffagnini a former MSRC post-doctoral fellow who was awarded the Best Clinical Research Award for the fourth consecutive year on May 4, 2021. The Rizzoli Awards are presented by the Scientific Read more…

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Controlling Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Dr. Hiromichi Fujie, a former post-doctoral fellow of the MSRC, recently was a co-author on an article titled “Designing Elastic Modulus of Cell Culture Substrate to Regulate YAP and RUNX2 Localization for Controlling Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells”.

Novel Application of Photogrammetry

Dr. Steven Abramowitch, a long-time member of the MSRC, recently was a co-author on an article that utilized the novel application of photogrammetry to quantify fascicle orientations of female cadaveric pelvic floor muscles.

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New Label-Free Biosensing Technology

Dr. Chih-Hwa Cheng, a former Post-Doctoral Fellow at the MSRC, recently was a co-author on an article that investigated the first nano-structural polymeric stabilized-cholesteric LC (PSCLC) thin films to be a new label-free biosensing technology..

NIH R01 Grant Awarded to Dr. Almarza

Congratulations to Dr. Alejandro Almarza on his recent NIH R01 Grant for his project titled “Polymer Scaffolds for Mandibular Condyle Cartilage Regeneration”. Alex is an Associate Professor in Oral Biology in the School of Dental Read more…

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Aluma Featured in Forbes Magazine

Sylvia Kang, who spent time as an undergraduate student at the MSRC, was recently featured in Forbes Magazine. Sylvia is the cofounder and CEO of Mira which is the first personalized, at-home, lab-quality hormone tracking Read more…

Rising Stars in Engineering in Health

Congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Cone, a former doctoral student of Dr. Matthew Fisher (MSRC PhD Student), who was selected as one of the 2020 Rising Stars in Engineering in Health. The 20 selected stars participated Read more…