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  • Andres Kriete, PhD

    Dr. Andres Kriete Chairs the 'Success in Academia' Professional Development Conference Co-sponsored by the Drexel College of Medicine

    October 31, 2015

    Dr. Andres Kriete, associate professor in BIOMED, chaired the 'Success in Academia' professional development conference that was co-sponsored by the Drexel University College of Medicine and held on October 30, 2015 in Behrakis Grand Hall, Drexel University. The conference featured nine highly accomplished speakers and panelists discussing academic career options and providing advice for graduate students, postdocs, and biomedical engineers and scientists. Attendees learned how to best position themselves for success in obtaining jobs in academic institutions, how to overcome obstacles and challenges, and gain important lab management skills. The event included breakout and panel sessions with options to learn about career building skills, negotiation tactics for faculty positions, or transitioning into academic careers from different job sectors. Following the sessions, a networking reception offered the opportunity for attendees to learn more about academic career choices by interacting with panelists in an informal setting.

  • Drexel Co-ops by College

    October 26, 2015

    These statistics, facts and stories highlight the best that the co-op program has to offer for students in each and every school and college at Drexel.

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  • Nutte Tarn Teraphongphom, Lauren Jablonowski, and Colleagues Publish an Article on Nanoparticle Loaded Polymeric Microbubbles in the Journal Langmuir

    October 16, 2015

    Nutte Tarn Teraphongphom and Lauren Jablonowski, both PhD students in BIOMED (Advisor: M. Wheatley), published the article titled "Nanoparticle Loaded Polymeric Microbubbles as Contrast Agents for Multimodal Imaging" (Co-authors: (P. Chhour, J.R. Eisenbrey, P.C. Nah, W.R.T. Witschey, B. Opasanont, D.P. Cormode, and M.A. Wheatley) in the October 16, 2015 edition of the American Chemical Society's journal Langmuir.

  • Peter A. Lewin

    Dr. Peter Lewin Is Recognized as an IEEE Life Member

    October 14, 2015

    Dr. Peter A. Lewin, Richard B. Beard Professor of Biomedical and Electrical and Computer Engineering, Director, Biomedical Ultrasound Research and Education Center, was recognized as an IEEE Life Member. IEEE Life Membership is reserved for those members who have been a part of the IEEE community for a sustained period of time. Earning this status recognizes Dr. Lewin's achievements in technology, as well as the significant impact he had on the growth and the development of IEEE.

  • Nohra Murad

    Nohra Murad Receives the Steinbright Research Co-op Award for Fall/Winter Term 2015

    October 12, 2015

    Nohra Murad, BS/MS student in BIOMED (Advisor: A. Throckmorton), received the Steinbright Research Co-op Award for Fall/Winter Term 2015 in recognition of her exceptional effort in fulfilling the goals and ideals of cooperative education.

  • Lauren Jablonowski

    Lauren Jablonowski Is Selected to Give an Oral Presentation at the 2015 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Annual Meeting

    October 12, 2015

    Lauren Jablonowski, PhD student in BIOMED (Advisor: M. Wheatley), was selected to give an oral presentation under the Drug Delivery track at the 2015 BMES Annual Meeting in Tampa, FL, October 7-10, 2015.

  • Margaret Wheatley

    Dr. Margaret Wheatley Receives a W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Research Award for Her Creating a New Paradigm for Pancreatic Cancer Treatment Project

    October 02, 2015

    Dr. Margaret Wheatley, John M. Reid Professor in BIOMED, received a 1-year $100K W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Award for the project titled, “Creating a New Paradigm for Pancreatic Cancer Treatment.” The goal of this project is to design "stealth" microbubbles that evade the immune system and deliver gemcitabine from nanoparticles created in situ, directly to the tumor, thereby overcoming problems with dense tissue around tumors. Success could usher in a new era of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDA) treatment, bringing a population that is considered unresectable within reach of a cure.