Kathy Ice-Wedding in the Department of Computer Science was nominated for the Staff category. Mujan Seif and Parto Babaniamansour were nominated for the Graduate Student category.
The team placed 19th among the 49 schools that competed. Several UK Engineering students participated in the competition.
Annamalai’s project titled “Immunomodulatory Therapy for Bone Regeneration" has been awarded approximately $809,586 for up to three years.
Grady's project is titled, "Mechanical mechanisms of biofilm survival on implant surfaces" and will be funded in the amount of $599,796 over five years.
Katie earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Asbury University and obtained her master’s degree in professional counseling from Richmont Graduate University.
The patent is titled, “Electrical Double Layer in Nanopores for Detection and Identification of Molecules and Submolecular Units.”
To make a Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher and must have earned 12 credits or more in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes.
Election to FBSE is the highest honor bestowed to a member of the international community engaged in biomaterials research.
Zhu's project is titled “Optical imaging of radiation-induced metabolic changes in human breast cancer organotypic tumor slices to predict radiotherapy response.”
Annamalai's project is titled “Effect of mechanical strain on myokine secretion and its role in diabetic bone disease.”