Monthly Archives: August 2020
Matt Receives NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Individual Predoctoral Fellowship (F31)
We are very happy that Matt is selected for the NIH F31 predoctoral fellowship from National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, which will support his research for the next 4 -5 years. We are psyched to take good use of … Continue reading
Welcome back Jen!
We are very happy to have Jen Flournoy, who won multiple honors and was invited to multiple talks for her research during her undergraduate years in our our lab back as a brand new PhD student. Jen will continue her … Continue reading
We are happy to welcome Jason Kim to join the MEOW lab. Jason is an electric engineer by training but his impressive industrial experience made him knowledgeable about biomedicine too. We are very happy after a summer of rollercoaster ride … Continue reading
Our review paper “the effects of stiffness, fluid viscosity, and geometry of microenvironment in homeostasis, aging and diseases” is accepted
We were invited to write the review paper “The effects of stiffness, fluid viscosity, and geometry of microenvironment in homeostasis, aging and diseases” to be published in Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, an ASME journal. It was a true team effort … Continue reading