Registration is open for the 2020 Workshop on Multi-Cellular Engineered Living Systems, held May 26-28, 2020 in Bethesda, MD. We hope to see you there! Learn More
Congratulations to EBICS members Gio Offeddu and Roger Kamm, as well as Industrial Advisory Committee member Dean Hickman on the publication of “Application of Transmural Flow Across In Vitro Microvasculature Enables Direct Sampling of Interstitial Therapeutic Molecule Distribution” in the journal Small!
We are pleased to announce that the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society has endorsed the Workshop on Multi-Cellular Engineered Living Systems, to be held in Bethesda, MD on May 26-28, 2020. Registration is now open.
High school students from the ENGAGES program at Georgia Tech and the BEEAM program at MIT were able to meet each other and share experiences at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Anaheim, CA from November 13-16, 2019. Students attended scientific sessions, networking sessions, and group meals. They also got to …
Congratulations to EBICS members Ashley Libby, David Joy, Calin Belta, and Todd McDevitt, and EBICS alum Demarcus Briers, on their paper, “Automated Design of Pluripotent Stem Cell Self-Organization” that came out in Cell Systems today, November 20!
EBICS members Roger Kamm (MIT), Caroline Lowenthal (MIT), Ron Weiss (MIT), Taher Saif (UIUC), and Shuichi Takayama (Georgia Tech) attended a workshop on Multi-Cellular Engineered Living Systems (M-CELS) at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China in October 2019.
Congratulations to EBICS members Tina Haase and Roger Kamm on the publication of Pericytes Contribute to Dysfunction in a Human 3D Model of Placental Microvasculature through VEGF-Ang-Tie2 Signaling in Advanced Science!
Congratulations to EBICS members Mikhail Kandel, Chenfei Hu, Ghazal Naseri Kouzehgarani, Hyunjoon Kong, Martha U. Gillette, and Gabriel Popescu on the publication of Epi-Illumination Gradient Light Interference Microscopy for Imaging Opaque Structures in Nature Communications.
Congratulations to Yoojin Shin and Roger Kamm on the publication of their paper, “Blood Brain Barrier Dysfunction in a 3D in vitro Model of Alzheimer’s Disease” in Advanced Science
EBICS Professors Rashid Bashir and Taher Saif were recently featured for their work on swimming biohybrid biobots