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Veronica Ibarra

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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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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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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Veronica Ibarra (BME, 4th year) was granted a travel award for the 2014 TERMIS-AM Annual Conference and Exposition. The TERMIS-AM is the key annual meeting of the Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) held in the Americas each year. The conference brings together over 800 researchers, scientists, trainees, and students from both academia and industry to discuss critical developments in the field. The theme for this year’s meeting is Restoring Lives Through Regenerative Medicine.

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