By. Kolene E. Bailey, MD My name is Kolene E. Bailey, and for the last 2 years, I have been an MD research fellow in Dr. Chelsea Magin’s Lab. My love of science and engineering began back in my undergraduate training as a major in biological engineering and minor in biomedical engineering while at Cornell University
By: Duncan Davis-Hall I was honored with the CU Bioengineering Department’s Outstanding Graduate Student Award at the BIOE graduation banquet on May 15, 2019. This award is given to one current BIOE graduate student every year and recognizes dedication to scientific pursuit, extracurricular activities, and outreach. Dr. Chelsea Magin nominated me for the Outstanding Graduate
By: Kolene E. Bailey, MD The American Thoracic Society (ATS) International Conference is the home of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep professionals, from those in the earliest stages of their careers to those whose research or strides in clinical care has gained them international recognition. This year we took a trip to Dallas, TX to
Our review in APJ-Lung highlights how advances in lung tissue characterization reveal dynamic changes in the structure, mechanics and composition of the extracellular matrix in chronic pulmonary diseases, and how this information paves the way for tissue-informed engineering of more organotypic models of human pathology. We envision that engineering strategies using precision biomaterials and advanced
Congratulations to Hassan El-Batal on his successful Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) grant application! Here’s a summary of his project: My name is Hassan El-Batal, I am a junior in the Bioengineering program and am currently doing research for the Magin lab. I was recently awarded a 2018-2019 UROP mini grant, funded through the Colorado
Congratulations to Duncan Davis-Hall and Michael Floren! Both will be presenting at the 2018 BioInterface Workshop & Symposium in Boulder, CO Oct 1-3. We invite you to visit both posters on Tuesday Oct 2 at 5pm in the BioFrontiers Institute and our talk on Wednesday Oct 3 at 4:30pm at the St. Julien Hotel. Bio-inspired
You won’t come across many labs like the Magin lab, it’s truly one of a kind! Principles from engineering, physiology, and polymer chemistry unite in this lab to serve one purpose: Make things work. I didn’t have much research experience before coming into this lab however, after working here over a summer, I feel like
Congratulations to Kolene Bailey and Tyler D’Ovidio for their abstract acceptances for poster discussion presentations at ATS!
“Magin works in the Department of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical campus. She is also a proud UF BME alumni.” Check out the University of Florida’s highlight of Dr. Magin here.
We are excited to announce that this week Ethan and Vy started synthesizing new materials!