BME Students and Faculty present at the 4th Annual CMSR Symposium
Professor Mark Buckley gave a lecture entitled "In Vivo & In Vitro Evaluation of the Role of Mechanics in Musculoskeletal Diseases" at the 4th Annual Center for Musculoskeletal Research Symposium this past week. BME student Amy Van Hove was selected as a finalist for the predoctoral training award for her talk entitled: "Development and in vitro assessment of enzymatically-responsive poly(ethylene glycol) hydrogels for the delivery of therapeutic pepetides. Additionally, Michael Hoffman won the postdoctoral training award for his talk entitled: "Exposure of MSCs to Methacrylate-Based Polymerizations Increases Cellular ROS and Reduces Differentiation Capacity. Congratulations to them both!