Poster Symposium

Temple’s College of Engineering hosts a yearly Poster Symposium in late July for undergraduate summer researchers to present their work. The Bioengineering Department always has a large representation and our faculty and graduate students act as judges in a competition amongst our students.

Past Winners

July 2017

First place:

Jerry So (senior) and Shreyas Chandragiri (junior) who worked with Dr. Patil on optical phantoms.

Finalists:

Emily Kight (junior) working with Dr. Gligorijevic on cell motility in microfluidic devices.

Paul Gehret (junior) working with Dr. Suh in preparing and characterizing poly-lactic acid microspheres.

Claire Moront working with Dr. Pleshko on the infrared spectroscopy of soy proteins.

 

July 2016

First place:

Eric Mikitka (senior) who worked with Dr. Gligorijevic on induced phenotypic switch of metastatic breast cancer cells in vitro using microfluidics.

Second Place:

Lindsey Yam (senior) and Abigail Roche (senior) who worked with Drs. Har-el and Lelkes on freeze casting scaffolds for spinal cord injury repair.

Third Place:

Paul Gehret (junior) working with Dr. Suh on PC12 differentiation in gelatin hydrogels.

 

July 2015

First place:

Daniel Reiners (sophomore) and Marlon Sousa Silva Luna who worked with Drs. Har-el and Lelkes on wound healing histology.

Second Place (tie):

Timothy Schisselbauer (junior) who worked with Drs. Har-el and Lelkes on freeze casting scaffolds for spinal cord injury repair.

Bernardo Olsson who worked with Dr. Yang on regenerative endontics.