POSTER HALL 3: Bioengineering

Carissa Garrity

Carissa Garrity

Advanced tissue-engineering (TE) methods allow manufacturing of mechanically robust, biomimetic neo-cartilage from allogeneic cartilage cells (chondrocytes) due to their ease of availability and potential of manufacturing off-the-shelf implants.
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Tyler Singer-Clark

Tyler Singer-Clark

Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) offer the potential to restore communication capabilities for people with paralysis due to neurological disease or injury such as ALS or stroke.
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Devin Schoen

Devin Schoen

My research investigates leveraging T1-weighted magnetic resonance images as a consistent pre-operative source to uncover biomarkers associated with Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) outcomes in Parkinson's disease patients.
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Robin Peter

Robin Peter

Due to the short alpha-particle range and often heterogeneous distribution of targeting agents, cancer treatment using alpha-emitting radiopharmaceuticals can be subject to dose heterogeneity within target and non-target tissues.
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Quimby Lee

Quimby Lee

As a neuroengineer, my goal is to promote positive outcomes from neurodevelopmental diagnoses by developing accessible neuroimaging tools to better understand and characterize human brain development and its heterogeneous disorders.
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Callan Monette

Callan Monette

Osteosarcoma is a rare pediatric bone cancer characterized by high genomic complexity and high rates of chemoresistance, leading to longstanding challenges in its treatment.
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Lucia Brunel

Lucia Brunel

Corneal blindness affects more than 12.5 million people worldwide, yet less than 2% of patients have access to the human donor tissue needed for its conventional treatment.
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