Aliki wins the NSF GRFP!

Excited to announce that second-year Aliki Kolliopoulos has been awarded a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship by the NSF! Aliki’s work focuses on using biomaterial strategies to modulate the kinetics of the immune response post-injury as a means to accelerate implant integration and subsequent bone regeneration.

Emily’s research image is now on NCI’s social media

Check out National Cancer Institute’s Twitter (@theNCI) and Instagram (@nationalcancerinstitute) to see Emily’s research image on s a patient-derived glioblastoma cell invading a hydrogel. Thank you NCI for funding and sharing!

Aliki returns from Drexel University where she worked with Dr. Kara Spiller for a month

Aliki spent the past month collaborating with Dr. Kara Spiller’s lab at Drexel University. During her time there she investigated the effects of mineralized collagen scaffolds on macrophage polarization. This collaboration allows for the combination of biomaterial expertise from the Harley lab with macrophage expertise from the Spiller lab. We are excited to see where […]