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.
Jerry So (senior) and Shreyas Chandragiri (junior) who worked with Dr. Patil on optical phantoms.
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.
Eric Mikitka (senior) who worked with Dr. Gligorijevic on induced phenotypic switch of metastatic breast cancer cells in vitro using microfluidics.
Paul Gehret (junior) working with Dr. Suh on PC12 differentiation in gelatin hydrogels.
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.