President's Report Masthead
September 30, 2018

Results from undergraduate summer research

For 10 weeks this summer, the Binghamton University Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) hosted student researchers as part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in Biomedical Translational Science and Technology Development.

While the students came from a variety of undergraduate institutions, three students accepted to the program were from Binghamton University.

Jacob Gershon was one of the Binghamton students. Gershon worked with Assistant Professor Tracy Hookway on a project titled, “Enhancing the Formation of Cardiac Microtissues Using Extracellular Matrix.”

Emma Northrup worked with Assistant Professor Guy German on a study titled, “Mechanoresponsive Spontaneous Wicking for Lubrication and Drug Delivery.”

Read more in BingUNews.