HarleyLAB received new NIH funding!

Dr. Harley is the Co-Investigator of a new R01 research award from the National Institutes of Health entitled, ‘Osteoclast modulatory biomaterials for skull regeneration.’ Working with our long-time collaborators (and PI of this grant), Dr. Justine Lee (UCLA), the Harley LAB is developing a new class of mineralized collagen biomaterial to improve craniofacial bone regeneration!

Harley Lab received new NIH funding!

Dr. Harley is the PI of a new R56 research award from the National Institutes of Health entitled, ‘Stratified and mechanically-tough biomaterial implant to improve tendon-to-bone enthesis regeneration.’ Working with Co-Investigators Dr. Simon Rogers (Illinois) as wellas Dr. Meg Killian and Dr. Jim Carpenter (U. Michigan) our lab will lead efforts to develop processing conditions to stably integrate a hydrogel enthesis into a stratified biomaterial implant to improve repair of the structure, composition, and mechanical performance of the injured tendon-to-bone interface!