Congrats to @Serafina_Lopez4 on her paper in @ACSBiomaterials (https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acsbiomaterials.3c00136…) demonstrating control of collagen fiber formation by modulating aggrecan content! @CornellBME@OrsMeniscus#TeamMeniscus
So excited that the AuriNovo, the first 3D printed tissue product to be implanted in humans, developed by our lab startup @3dbiocorp, was listed as a top innovation of 2022 by both @PopSci and @DiscoverMag. What a great way to… Continue Reading →
CONGRATS to @BonassarLab of @CornellBME & @CornellMAE on receiving the 2023 Mentoring Award! This honors Larry’s exceptional achievement in mentorship and advocacy on behalf of new investigators in #orthoresearch. Learn more about Larry’s success: https://bit.ly/3QuSDyE
Congratulations to Sean Kim for winning an @OrsSpineSection Innovation Award for his work on finite element modeling of bioresorbable cages for tissue engineered intervertebral discs. We are so proud of you! @CornellMAE#ORSPSRS2022
Congrats to lab alum Dr. Jongkil Kim on his paper in @SFBiomaterials Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jbm.a.37464…), showing that gelation conditions control collagen fiber formation in tissue engineered meniscus. #TeamMeniscus@OrsMeniscus@CornellBME
What have we been doing all year? A LOT! Find out in our 2022 @CornellBME@CornellEng annual newsletter! Featuring our CAMEO orthopaedics engineering center with @HSpecialSurgery in NYC, new staff, faculty research, #DEI efforts, alumni profiles, & more!
Spotlight on @CornellBME@BonassarLab Ph.D. student @Serafina_Lopez4, who’s researching techniques for improving the structure of tissue engineered menisci as replacement for torn or damaged tissue. Also: she hikes, bakes, & has a supercute dog)! More: https://www.bme.cornell.edu/spotlights/
Congratulations to Dr. Steven Ayala for passing his B-exam and successfully defending his thesis titled: “Modeling the Post-Injury Joint Environment for the Investigation of Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis.” We are so proud of you! #PTOA #Cartilage
Please see our listing of five (5) different undergraduate projects mentored by our graduate students. Projects vary in topic, so be sure to check the descriptions posted under ‘Research Areas.’ Reach out to Dr. Bonassar to express interest!