The Bonassar lab is traveling to the 2018 BMES Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. We will be presenting the following abstracts: Jongkil Kim is presenting The Influence of TGF-β1 on Fiber Formation and Alignment in Fibrochondrocyte-Seeded High-Density Collagen Constructs on Thursday October… Continue Reading →
Ben passed his B Exam and received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering. Congrats, Ben!
Sierra Cook received the Best Student Abstract Award at the 4th International Conference on BioTribology. Congrats, Sierra!
Jorge passed his B Exam and received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering. Congrats, Jorge!
Chris DiDomenico passed his B Exam and received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering. Congrats, Chris!
Crystal Zhao was awarded the Undergraduate Research Award from the Cornell Engineering Alumni Association (CEAA) for the best individual research project. Congrats, Crystal!
Benjamin Cohen publishes a paper in the Annals of Plastic Surgery. The paper is entitled, Tissue Engineering Auricular Cartilage Using Late Passage Human Auricular Chondrocytes. Auricular (ear) reconstruction is a challenging clinical procedure, and tissue engineering offers a superior technique to… Continue Reading →
Prof. Bonassar was interviewed by CNN for his reaction to a recently published study about a clinical application of tissue engineered cartilage. The story describes work in which researchers from China implanted tissue-engineered ears onto children with microtia, a congenital defect… Continue Reading →
The Bonassar Lab has recently been featured in the Cornell Chronicle, following collaborative work between the Bonassar Lab and Histogenics, Inc. This article highlights the role the lab played in a $87 million deal made by Histogenics. Follow this link… Continue Reading →
Nicole Diamantides, a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering in the Bonassar Lab, won the Cellink 3D Bioprinting Award at the 2017 Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) meeting in Charlotte, NC. Her paper, “The Effects of Adding Chondrocytes… Continue Reading →