The Magin lab is headed to SFB! We will be giving five talks at the Society for Biomaterials 2022 Annual Meeting, as well as organizing and moderating two sessions: Engineering the Lung Microenvironment and Translating Engineered MultiCellular Living Systems and Cellular Microenvironments.
- Chelsea Magin: “Evaluating the impact of exposure to scientific role models and work-based microbadging on intent to pursue STEM careers,” April 27th during the Biomaterials Education session.
- Rachel Blomberg: “Engineering lung carcinogenesis models with hydrogel-embedded precision-cut lung slices,” April 28th during the Biomaterial-Based In Vitro Cancer/Tumor Models for Drug Screening and Diagnostics session.
- Thomas Caracena: “3D Lung Models for Studying Chronic Respiratory Diseases in vitro,” April 28th during the Engineering the Lung Microenvironment session
- Mikala Mueller: “Pulmonary Arterial Fibroblast Activation in Response to Dynamic Microenvironmental Stiffness is Sex-Specific,” April 28th during the Engineering the Lung Microenvironment session
- Rukshika Hewawasam: “Incorporation of human extracellular matrix into hybrid-hydrogel models of fibrosis” April 28th during the Engineering Cells and Their Microenvironments session.
Congratulations everyone for putting together such strong abstracts! Join us to learn more about our work in bio-inspired pulmonary engineering!