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Eric Brey, Duchossois Leadership Professor and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and Mark Anastasio, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, have been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The funding will expand the team’s efforts to develop better imaging approaches for application to the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

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Armour College of Engineering Co-Terminal student Veronica Ibarra (BME/CHE, 5th year), author of Evaluation of Tissue Response to Alginate Encapsulated Islets in an Omentum Pouch Model, was published in the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research.

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Beige Therapeutics, a startup company created by Eric Brey, Duchossois Leadership Professor and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Armour College of Engineering, and Ron Cohen, an Endocrinologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at The University of Chicago, was mentioned in a ChicagoInno article featuring the finalists of the spring 2016 round of funding from the UChicago Innovation Fund. Armour College Alumna, Marcella Vaicik (BME Ph.D., ’15), serves as Project Manager for the company.

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Beige Therapeutics, a startup company created by Eric Brey, Duchossois Leadership Professor and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Armour College of Engineering, and Ron Cohen, an Endocrinologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at The University of Chicago, was named one of five finalists for an investment from the UChicago Innovation Fund. Armour College of Engineering Alumna, Marcella Vaicik (BME Ph.D., ’15), serves as Project Manager for the company.

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Eric Brey, Duchossois Leadership Professor and Professor of Biomedical Engineering in Armour College of Engineering's Biomedical Engineering Department, was recently featured in a ChicagoInno article about his startup, Beige Therapeutics. Brey is working with Ron Cohen, an Endocrinologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at The University of Chicago, to build the biotech company with the goal of bringing the obesity fighting therapy they developed to market.

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Armour College of Engineering Co-Terminal student Veronica Ibarra (BME/CHE, 5th year) was recently named the recipient of the 2016 Student Award for Outstanding Research from the Society for Biomaterials. The award is bestowed upon student researchers, at the undergraduate level, who have shown outstanding achievement in biomaterials research.

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Eric Brey, Duchossois Leadership Professor and Professor of Biomedical Engineering was recently awarded the Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International - Americas (TERMIS-AM) 2015 Educational Award. The award is given based on the educational accomplishments of an individual within the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

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Veronica Ibarra (BME, 5th year) is spending one month in Taiwan working with reconstructive surgeons at one of the top hospitals in the world for reconstructive microsurgery, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. Ibarra will be studying the function of cells encapsulated in biomaterials following implantation in pre-clinical models.

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Armour College of Engineering student, Katerina Stojkova (BME 4th Year), has received a Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Undergraduate Design and Research Award based on her research entitled Controlling Soluble Factor Gradients in a 3D Porous Biomaterial System, She will be recognized and present her work at the BMES Annual Meeting that will be held in Tampa, Florida from October 7-10, 2015.

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Marcella Vaicik (BME, Ph.D. Candidate) was selected to receive the 2015 Scholar Award from the Midwest Region American Federation for Medical Research (MWAFMR). She was chosen for outstanding work on her abstract submission The Extracellular Matrix Regulates Adipose Function and Expansion.

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