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Congratulations to Edmond, whose review article “Macro- and microscale fluid flow systems for endothelial cell biology” is featured on the front cover of this month’s Lab on a Chip. The full cover can be viewed here: http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2010/lc/b925937f/unauth
Congratulations to Edmond! His paper “Technique for real-time measurements of endothelial permeability in a microfluidic membrane chip using laser-induced fluorescence detection” was accepted for publication in Analytical Chemistry. Congratulations also to Suthan, a co-author on the paper.
Edmond was awarded the 2009 Norman F. Moody Award. The Moody award was established in 1974 on the occasion of the retirement of the founder and first director of the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto. It is awarded annually to a graduate student inIBBME in recognition of his or her academic excellence.
Congratulations to Edmond! His paper “Macro- and microscale fluid flow systems for endothelial cell biology”, was published in Lab on a Chip!
Congratulations to Edmond, whose paper describing a microfluidics lab to study blood flow in small vessels was accepted for publication in the Journal Chemical Engineering Education.
Congratulations to Edmond, who successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis today! Edmond will be moving to the University of Wisconsin in the New Year to start an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship in the lab of Dave Bebbe.
Wing-Yee and Edmond’s paper on valve endothelial cell isolation techniques is published in the Journal of Heart Valve Disease.
Edmond, Kristine, and Chris gave oral presentations at the 2008 Annual Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Meeting in St. Louis, MO. Also attending the meeting were Krista, Kelly, Cindy, and Craig.
Congratulations to Edmond, Kristine, and Chris who were awarded 2008 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Student Travel Awards to present at the Annual BMES Meeting in St. Louis, MO. Only 40 of these awards were distributed this year.
Congratulations to Edmond who was awarded a two-year NSERCPostdoctoral Fellowship!
Happy New Year! Congratulations to Chris, Cindy and Edmond who received student travel awards to present at the SPRBM Annual Meeting in Miami, FL on January 10 2008!
Congratulations to Edmond for his recent publication in Soft Matter!
The 2007 BMES conference took place in Los Angeles from September 26 – 29, and Craig and Edmond from the lab were there to participate. Craig (below) gave a sterling lecture on high-throughput mechanobiology, and presented current developments in that area that are being pursued within his own lab. Edmond presented his poster on matrix-dependent adhesion of vascular and valvular endothelial cells in microchannels. Also representing the University of Toronto was Irena Barbulovic-Nad (below) from the Wheeler Microfluidics Laboratory, who presented a poster on her novel work with droplet microfluidics and cell assays.
Craig wraps up his talk on high-throughput mechanobiology to a round of applause.
Irena Barbulovic-Nad from the Wheeler Microfluidics Laboratory discusses her work on droplet microfluidics and cell assays to a crowd of very enthusiastic and interested BMES attendees.
Edmond Young and Cindy Yip receive travel awards to present their research at the Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop sponsored by the North American Vascular Biology Organization.
This year’s International Society for Heart Research (ISHR) Conference will be held right here in Toronto, Canada. UTLCM will have some representation at this conference as Alice Ho and Edmond Young will both be presenting posters.