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Prof. Gracias and Team Win Funds to Research 3D Printing for Artery Conduits

February 13, 2017

Prof. David Gracias, as PI of an interdisciplinary team, has received NIH funding to explore the utilization of 3D printing to design and develop a novel right ventricle-to-pulmonary artery conduit that increases its size via tailored self-unfolding. Right ventricle–to–pulmonary artery (RV-PA) conduits are frequently used as a surgical palliative treatment for a variety of congenital heart diseases in infants and children. Due […]

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Mike Betenbaugh and Denis Wirtz Awarded Center Grants from the NSF and NIH

October 20, 2016

  Johns Hopkins chemical and biomolecular engineering faculty are playing leading roles in two prominent centers dedicated to probing the physics of cancer and improving the manufacturing process for biopharmaceutical drugs. The Johns Hopkins Physical Sciences-Oncology Center, a National Cancer Institute-funded research center started in 2009 to unravel the physical underpinnings of the growth and […]

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David Gracias awarded Scalable Nanomanufacturing Grant from the NSF

October 17, 2016

Professor David Gracias was recently awarded the Scalable Nanomanufacturing Grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The 1.25 million dollar grant entitled, “3D Nanomanufacturing by Imprint and Strain Engineering (3D NISE)”, led by Professor Gracias is a collaboration with Professors John Rogers and Yonggang Huang laboratories at Northwestern University and Professor Stephen Chou’s laboratory at […]

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Rong Li awarded RO1 grant from the NIH

October 17, 2016

Professor Rong Li was recently awarded a RO1 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The 4 year, approximately 1.3 million dollar grant is entitled, “Asymmetric Meiotic Cell Division of Mammalian Oocytes” with collaborators Professor Sean Sun (Mechanical Engineering, JHU) and Petr Kalab (ChemBE, JHU). The grant was awarded by the NIH’s National Institute of […]

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Rebecca Schulman receives DARPA’s Young Faculty Award

October 6, 2016

Two Whiting School of Engineering faculty members have been recognized as “rising research stars” by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Young Faculty Awards. Suchi Saria, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, and Rebecca Schulman, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will each receive $500K in DARPA […]

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Michael Bevan elected ACS Fellow

July 22, 2016

The American Chemical Society has elected Michael Bevan, a professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, to its 2016 class of Fellows. The highly selective ACS fellows program began in 2008. The 2016 class includes 57 scientists who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in chemistry and made important contributions to ACS, the world’s largest scientific society. […]

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Jeff Gray wins AIChE’s Himmelblau Award

July 13, 2016

Jeffrey Gray, professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the American Institute for Chemical Engineers’ David Himmelblau Award for Innovations in Computer-Based Chemical Engineering Education. This prestigious award is bestowed annually by AIChE’s Computing & Systems Technology Division to a person or group making new […]

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Rebecca Schulman receives grant from the DOE Early Career Research Program

June 17, 2016

Rebecca Schulman, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University, is among 49 young scientists across the country to receive grants from the U.S. Energy Department’s Office of Science under the agency’s Early Career Research Program. Schulman, who teaches in the Whiting School of Engineering‘s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, will receive $750,000 over the […]

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Samuel Schaffter awarded NSF Graduate Fellowship

June 14, 2016

The National Science Foundation has selected 2,000 Graduate Research Fellows from across the country, including 18 current Johns Hopkins University students. The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who pursue research-based post-baccalaureate degrees at accredited institutions. Sam Schaffter, one of the fellowship recipients, is a PhD candidate […]

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