Dr. Halcomb led the development of joint replacement implants that revolutionized the industry.
Chapelin is among 55 promising early-career scientists that were selected to participate in this year’s prestigious Research Corporation for Science Advancement program.
Guoqiang Yu leads the Biomedical Optics Laboratory, where his group has invented several highly powerful functional imaging technologies.
Guigen Zhang began his term as the president of the Society For Biomaterials (SFB) at the 2021 annual conference on April 22.
The American Heart Association fellowship is given to enhance the integrated research and clinical training of promising graduate students.
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.