Category Archives: Sponsorship
Grants, fellowships, funding, industry affiliates, corporate affiliates
Our close collaborator Prof. Jeremy Goldman from the Biomedical Engineering program has been awarded with the NIH R15 grant entitled Inhibition of Neointimal Hyperplasia by Zinc-based Biodegradable Arterial Devices. This two-year project, to which Prof. Jaroslaw Drelich serves as Co-PI, … Continue reading
The SURFI team was among six teams awarded with seed grants by the MTU College of Engineering. This award will allow the SURFI team to explore a new design of biodegradable Zn-based stents for vascular scaffolding.
Prof. Jaroslaw Drelich is the principal investigator on a project entitled “MRI:Acquisition of an Atomic Force Microscope for Force Measurement, Single-Molecule Manipulation and other Applications” that has received a $135,669 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Patrick K. Bowen and Dr. Drelich are involved in organization of the symposium Magnesium-based Biodegradable Implants – to be part of the 2016 TMS Annual Meeting. Magnesium-based Biodegradable Implants: One of the trends in biomedical implants is toward the use … Continue reading
Surface Innovations research team just got awarded with a two-year grant by the NIH – National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. We will study the effects of surface finishing of biodegradable Zn alloys on their biocompatibility and biodegradation rate. … Continue reading
Patrick Bowen receives one-year Predoctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association (AHA) for the project entitled “Fabrication and Deployment of Zinc-Based Bioabsorbable Stents.” This is Patrick’s second award from AHA – he was supported through the AHA Predoctoarl Fellowship program … Continue reading
Congratulations to Shan Zhao for receiving the Travel Grant from the MTU Graduate Student Government!
Jeffrey Brookins has been awarded with the McArthur Research Internship at our department. His research will focus on the development of in vitro biocorrosion methods for zinc-based biomaterials for endovascular stents. Congratulations to Jeff and we wish him productive academic … Continue reading
Prof. Martin Bocks of University of Michigan is our new collaborator in the bioabsorbable stent project. As a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Cardiology, Prof. Bocks’ clinical expertise is in pediatric interventional cardiac catheterization. … Continue reading
PI Michael Morley (IIE), Co-PI Jaroslaw Drelich (MSE) and Co-PI Jeremy Goldman (Bio Med) have received a $100,000 grant from the University of Michigan for a one-year project, “Commercialization of a Novel Bioabsorbable Stent.” From Tech Today.