Synthetic Light-Curable Polymeric Materials Provide a Supportive Niche for Dental Pulp Stem Cells published in Advanced Materials
December 10, 2017
Congrats to Kyle and team on their recent publication which identified a new class of regenerative biomaterials with both restores dentin and supports dental pulp stem cell function. Check it out here!
A big congrats to recent PhD graduate Max Darnell, who is headed to Georg Seelig's quantiative biology lab at the University of Washington to pursue his postdoctoral studies. His positive energy and expertise will be missed by all. Congrats and best of luck in your new position Max!
Congrats to Alex, David, and Sandeep on their recent publication which looked at making adoptive cell therapies more efficient. Their work was also highlighted on the cover of this month's issue of Nature Biotechnology! Check it out here.
A big congratulations to Aileen Li, who defended her PhD thesis earlier this year. Aileen was one of the pioneers of the injectable, mesoporous silica vaccine platform. She will be heading to Wendell Lim's synthetic biology lab at UCSF to conduct her postdoctoral studies. Her many scientific contributions to the lab, presence, and positive energy will be missed by all. Best of luck in your new position!