ChemBE’s Konstantinos Konstantopoulos leads colleagues in seeking to understand the role that dorsoventral polarity plays in cancer cell migration.
“Remotely guided by a magnetic field, these so-called microgrippers can wrest single cells from a tissue sample and carry them on demand.”
This award honors those teachers, researchers, and administrators who have consistently supported the personal and professional development of their students. Read Dr. Gray’s statement on mentoring below. Mentoring is arguably my most important and most rewarding responsibility as a professor. I find deep satisfaction in seeing people around me learn, grow, […]
Good Afternoon, I hope this email finds you all well, and that you and your families are staying safe. This past Thursday, I successfully graduated from Hopkins with my Bachelors in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and my minor in Engineering for Sustainable Development (!!). Though I always knew I wanted to study engineering at Hopkins, I was equally sure […]
The 2020 inductees for the Johns Hopkins University Chapter of the Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society include two ChemBE students—Bria Macklin and Phillip Dorsey. The Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society was co-founded in 2005 by Yale University and Howard University. Johns Hopkins University was inducted as an institutional member in April 2018. Edward […]
A team of JHU graduate students, including a ChemBE PhD student, Kunal Dani, competed in a business case study competition at Yale last weekend (2/21-2). His team explored how to develop a licensing and launch strategy for a novel gene therapy while concurrently evaluating the profitability of that specific technology in the Multiple Sclerosis therapeutic market. […]
Philip Dorsey, a Ph.D. student in Rebecca Schulman’s group in ChemBE won 1st place in the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Poster competition at this year’s AIChE. In Phil’s poster, entitled “DNA Attractor Patterns,” he shows how systems of molecules can collectively create and heal a chemical pattern over length scales of hundreds of microns, a […]
This was a bumper year for Elenora Muly award winners in 2019, selected for their excellence in undergraduate research. These awards were made possible by a generous gift from the Muly family. Nine awards were made to support research by students in seven research groups, covering a rich array of exciting projects: Tineer Ahmed and […]
This honor recognizes diverse accomplishments, including pioneering research, leadership within a given field, teaching and mentoring, fostering collaborations, and advancing public understanding of science.
FACULTY POSITIONS AVAILABLE (TENURE TRACK) (2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE) Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is seeking creative and motivated individuals for two tenure-track faculty positions for early career applicants. The faculty members will contribute to the department’s research and teaching missions. Research areas are open; however, we would like to build on […]
Food, Pharmaceutical and Bioengineering Division Award in Chemical Engineering
We had a very strong cadre of NSF Grad Fellowship winners (3) and honorable mentions (2) this year: Congratulations to Andrea Kraetz (Tsapatsis lab), Maya Monroe (Cui lab), Huilin Yang (Spangler lab), Dominick Salerno (Sofou lab), and Seth Ludwig (Spangler lab). pictured: Maya Monroe and Huilin Yang
Four of our new PhD recruits won WSE graduate fellowships this year. Lucy Lin won the William H. Schwarz award dedicated to chemical engineering students. Hebben Desta won the Carl Heath Fellowship that supports graduate women in engineering. Janet Aiyedun was awarded the Suzanne and Joseph Jenniches Fellowship and Brent Ifemembi was selected for the […]