8-11-22

Anthony D’Amato selected for fellowships

Anthony D’Amato, post-doctoral fellow, was selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of Cornell’s Bioentrepreneurship Initiative fellows and was granted a fellowship through Cornell CTL’s Ignite Postdoc for Ventures program. Congrats Anthony!

11-18-21

Congratulations to PhD candidate Chase Webb!

Chase Webb has pass his A-exam and is officially a PhD candidate!

10-25-21

Congratulations to PhD candidate Chia-Wei Yeh!

Chia-Wei Yeh has pass his A-exam and is officially a PhD candidate!

7-19-21

Warrick Ma wins teaching award, fellowship

Warrick Ma, PhD candidate, was recently awarded an ACS Cornell Section Graduate Teaching Award from the department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology as well as a Center for Teaching Innovation Graduate Teaching Fellowship. Congrats Warrick!

3-23-21

Wang lab alumnus published in Nature Medicine for PGS device

Professor Zhengwei You, Wang lab alumnus, just published his PGS-based cardiac repair device in Nature Medicine! The device combines a biodegradable elastic patch with a permeable hierarchical microchannel network, providing both mechanical and molecular signals to aid in the repair of a damaged heart. Congrats Zhengwei! His collaborators are Drs. Qiang Zhao and Xiaofeng Ye.

10-23-20

Warm Welcome and Congratulations to Yen-Lin!

Congratulation to Yen-Lin for receiving the official offer from 3M.  He will be starting his new post next September. Until then, he will be with us in the Wang Laboratory.

10-21-20

Congratulations to PhD candidate Warrick Ma!

Warrick Ma has pass his A-exam and is officially a PhD candidate!

10-01-20

Metal-ion breakthrough leads to new biomaterials

Congratulation to our Postdoc Ying Chen for getting her paper on Chelation Crosslinking of Biodegradable Elastomers published in Advanced Materials! You can also check out a profile of this work in the Cornell Chronicle.

08-27-20

Cornell Engineering Q&A with BME undergraduate Caroline Waksmunski

Check out Cornell Engineering’s spotlight of our own Undergraduate Researcher, Caroline Waksmunski.

03-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Warrick Ma to our lab!

01-29-19

Wang Lab product hits the market

The company co-founded by Dr. Wang has now released its first product on amazon. It reduces the skin damage caused by adhesive bandage removal, making it an attractive product to both children and elderly.

01-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome Postdoctoral Associate Anthony D’Amato to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Chia-Wei Yeh to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Annie Chien to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Alyssa Holman to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Hannah Saraceno to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Xiyao Li to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Chase Webb to our lab! Chase will be conducting research contributing to the Primitive Extracellular Matrix project.

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Benjamin Dickstein to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Evelyn Kang to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Corson Chao to our lab! Corson is an MSE major with ECE minor, and will be working with Xiaochu on biodegradable polymer synthesis

08-02-18

Congratulations Daniel!

Our very own Daniel Long has been selected for the 2018 AAPS Best Abstract Award!

The Best Abstract Awards bring attention to the most exciting research to be found in the posters, based on abstracts that are submitted and screened before the event.

Daniel’s abstract titled, Neonatal mouse‐derived extracellular proteins enhance cardiac repair following myocardial infarction was among the top 10% of abstracts highly ranked by AAPS Abstract Screeners.

AAPS will recognize the winning posters at AAPS PharmSci 360, held November 4‐7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

Find out more about Daniel’s research on his Primitive Extracellular Matrix project page.

05-01-18

Spring 2018 New Members

 Welcome new Postdoctoral Associate Ying Chen to our lab.

12-08-17

Congratulations Xiaochu!

Xiaochu Ding‘s proposal was approved by the Scientific Advisory Committee to participate in the Funding for Scale-Up & Prototyping 2017 program. This $40,000.00 award recognizes the strengths of Xiaochu’s proposal and the unique technical skills and accomplishments already demonstrated by his research work.

The proposal was titled, “Scale up the synthesis of a polymer essential for a protein therapy platform”

10-01-17

Fall 2017 new members

Welcome new PostDocs, Jiayin Fu and Jacky Tsai, to our lab.

8-01-17

We’ve Relocated!

Our lab has moved to the Nancy E. and Peter C. Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, part of the College of Engineering at Cornell University.

1-09-17

Xiaochu Ding’s recent article titled ‘Weak Bond-Based Injectable and Stimuli Responsive Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications’ was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed here. Congratulations Xiaochu!

8-26-16

We went to Bear Run Campgrounds for our 2016 Summer Lab Retreat!

6-15-16

Our article titled Phosphorylated poly(sebacoyldiglyceride) – a phosphate functionalized biodegradable plymer for bone tissue engineering was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed Here.

4-05-16

We all got together for lunch to say a collective farewell to our friend and colleague Dr. Hassan Awada. Hassan is in full-on preparation mode for his rapidly approaching northwestward move to Michigan where a new job is awaiting him. Dr. Awada recently earned his PhD in Bioengineering after contributing to a great deal of research here in the Biomaterials Foundry. Thank you Hassan!

3-18-16

Our paper is on the cover of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B!

1-27-16

Check out our newest publication in Biomaterials, an in-depth review of cardiac repair and regeneration after heart attacks using controlled delivery proteins. This Article. discusses the different pathological changes that happen after myocardial infarction and the need to develop more comprehensive therapies to tackle these pathologies using relevant therapeutic proteins in a spatiotemporal manner.

11-18-15

The Biomaterials Foundry Team “Phoenix” Clinched The PInCh! Comprised of Lab Members Eric Jeffries, Chelsea Stowell, Daniel Long, and Yen-Lin Wu(not pictured here), Phoenix was a final winner for the 2015 PInCh Competition: Healthy Lives Matter Beginning To End. Contributers to Team Phoenix from outside the lab include Piyusha Gade and Prabir Roy-Chaudhury

10-19-15

Welcome new Grad Students, Peter Hwang and Yen-Lin Wu, to our lab.

06-19-15

Dr. Yadong Wang quoted in Chemical & Engineering News online article, Repairing The Heart With A Protein-Hydrogel Combo.

04-08-15

Congratulations to Rob Allen on winning the GPSG Leadership and Service Award for 2015 .

04-01-15

Welcome new post-docs, Soohyon Lee and Xiaochu Ding, to our lab.

04-01-15

Welcome new visiting scholars, Yefei Wang and Huang Yan, to our lab.

02-10-15

The communication on “Micropatterning Electrospun Scaffolds to Create Intrinsic Vascular Networks” by Eric Jeffries has been chosen for Best of Macromolecular Journals, Edition 2015, as seen here Best of Macros 2015. The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

02-07-15

Congratulations to Dr. Yadong Wang on receiving the 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award. Carnegie Life Science Award recognizes and honors outstanding scientific advances in new and innovative biomedical and life sciences endeavors 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award .

The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular network

02-01-15

Congratulations to Chelsea Stowell on being selected for Cardiovascular Bioengineering Training Program (CBTP), a highly competitive training grant awarded by NIH to talented students from engineering and other quantitative sciences for careers in biomedical research in the cardiovascular area Swanson School of Engineering, CBTP.

10-08-14

The recent publication by Eric Jeffries, Keewon Lee and Jimmy Clampffer in Macromolecular Bioscience was highlighted by Materials View. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

09-01-14

Welcome new graduate students Daniel Long and Terry Kim

05-20-14

Congratulations to Mirrah Almira, Chelsea Stowell, Noah Johnson, and Eric Jeffries for their winning project, “Sealion” in the final round of the Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh). The team received $100k to translate coacervate growth factor delivery into bandages for faster healing of diabetic ulcers.

10-01-20

Metal-ion breakthrough leads to new biomaterials

Congratulation to our Postdoc Ying Chen for getting her paper on Chelation Crosslinking of Biodegradable Elastomers published in Advanced Materials! You can also check out a profile of this work in the Cornell Chronicle.

08-27-20

Cornell Engineering Q&A with BME undergraduate Caroline Waksmunski

Check out Cornell Engineering’s spotlight of our own Undergraduate Researcher, Caroline Waksmunski.

03-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Warrick Ma to our lab!

01-29-19

Wang Lab product hits the market

The company co-founded by Dr. Wang has now released its first product on amazon. It reduces the skin damage caused by adhesive bandage removal, making it an attractive product to both children and elderly.

01-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome Postdoctoral Associate Anthony D’Amato to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Chia-Wei Yeh to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Annie Chien to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Alyssa Holman to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Hannah Saraceno to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Xiyao Li to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Chase Webb to our lab! Chase will be conducting research contributing to the Primitive Extracellular Matrix project.

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Benjamin Dickstein to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Evelyn Kang to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Corson Chao to our lab! Corson is an MSE major with ECE minor, and will be working with Xiaochu on biodegradable polymer synthesis

08-02-18

Congratulations Daniel!

Our very own Daniel Long has been selected for the 2018 AAPS Best Abstract Award!

The Best Abstract Awards bring attention to the most exciting research to be found in the posters, based on abstracts that are submitted and screened before the event.

Daniel’s abstract titled, Neonatal mouse‐derived extracellular proteins enhance cardiac repair following myocardial infarction was among the top 10% of abstracts highly ranked by AAPS Abstract Screeners.

AAPS will recognize the winning posters at AAPS PharmSci 360, held November 4‐7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

Find out more about Daniel’s research on his Primitive Extracellular Matrix project page.

05-01-18

Spring 2018 New Members

 Welcome new Postdoctoral Associate Ying Chen to our lab.

12-08-17

Congratulations Xiaochu!

Xiaochu Ding‘s proposal was approved by the Scientific Advisory Committee to participate in the Funding for Scale-Up & Prototyping 2017 program. This $40,000.00 award recognizes the strengths of Xiaochu’s proposal and the unique technical skills and accomplishments already demonstrated by his research work.

The proposal was titled, “Scale up the synthesis of a polymer essential for a protein therapy platform”

10-01-17

Fall 2017 new members

Welcome new PostDocs, Jiayin Fu and Jacky Tsai, to our lab.

8-01-17

We’ve Relocated!

Our lab has moved to the Nancy E. and Peter C. Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, part of the College of Engineering at Cornell University.

1-09-17

Xiaochu Ding’s recent article titled ‘Weak Bond-Based Injectable and Stimuli Responsive Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications’ was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed here. Congratulations Xiaochu!

8-26-16

We went to Bear Run Campgrounds for our 2016 Summer Lab Retreat!

6-15-16

Our article titled Phosphorylated poly(sebacoyldiglyceride) – a phosphate functionalized biodegradable plymer for bone tissue engineering was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed Here.

4-05-16

We all got together for lunch to say a collective farewell to our friend and colleague Dr. Hassan Awada. Hassan is in full-on preparation mode for his rapidly approaching northwestward move to Michigan where a new job is awaiting him. Dr. Awada recently earned his PhD in Bioengineering after contributing to a great deal of research here in the Biomaterials Foundry. Thank you Hassan!

3-18-16

Our paper is on the cover of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B!

1-27-16

Check out our newest publication in Biomaterials, an in-depth review of cardiac repair and regeneration after heart attacks using controlled delivery proteins. This Article. discusses the different pathological changes that happen after myocardial infarction and the need to develop more comprehensive therapies to tackle these pathologies using relevant therapeutic proteins in a spatiotemporal manner.

11-18-15

The Biomaterials Foundry Team “Phoenix” Clinched The PInCh! Comprised of Lab Members Eric Jeffries, Chelsea Stowell, Daniel Long, and Yen-Lin Wu(not pictured here), Phoenix was a final winner for the 2015 PInCh Competition: Healthy Lives Matter Beginning To End. Contributers to Team Phoenix from outside the lab include Piyusha Gade and Prabir Roy-Chaudhury

10-19-15

Welcome new Grad Students, Peter Hwang and Yen-Lin Wu, to our lab.

06-19-15

Dr. Yadong Wang quoted in Chemical & Engineering News online article, Repairing The Heart With A Protein-Hydrogel Combo.

04-08-15

Congratulations to Rob Allen on winning the GPSG Leadership and Service Award for 2015 .

04-01-15

Welcome new post-docs, Soohyon Lee and Xiaochu Ding, to our lab.

04-01-15

Welcome new visiting scholars, Yefei Wang and Huang Yan, to our lab.

02-10-15

The communication on “Micropatterning Electrospun Scaffolds to Create Intrinsic Vascular Networks” by Eric Jeffries has been chosen for Best of Macromolecular Journals, Edition 2015, as seen here Best of Macros 2015. The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

02-07-15

Congratulations to Dr. Yadong Wang on receiving the 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award. Carnegie Life Science Award recognizes and honors outstanding scientific advances in new and innovative biomedical and life sciences endeavors 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award .

The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular network

02-01-15

Congratulations to Chelsea Stowell on being selected for Cardiovascular Bioengineering Training Program (CBTP), a highly competitive training grant awarded by NIH to talented students from engineering and other quantitative sciences for careers in biomedical research in the cardiovascular area Swanson School of Engineering, CBTP.

10-08-14

The recent publication by Eric Jeffries, Keewon Lee and Jimmy Clampffer in Macromolecular Bioscience was highlighted by Materials View. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

09-01-14

Welcome new graduate students Daniel Long and Terry Kim

05-20-14

Congratulations to Mirrah Almira, Chelsea Stowell, Noah Johnson, and Eric Jeffries for their winning project, “Sealion” in the final round of the Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh). The team received $100k to translate coacervate growth factor delivery into bandages for faster healing of diabetic ulcers.

10-01-20

Metal-ion breakthrough leads to new biomaterials

Congratulation to our Postdoc Ying Chen for getting her paper on Chelation Crosslinking of Biodegradable Elastomers published in Advanced Materials! You can also check out a profile of this work in the Cornell Chronicle.

08-27-20

Cornell Engineering Q&A with BME undergraduate Caroline Waksmunski

Check out Cornell Engineering’s spotlight of our own Undergraduate Researcher, Caroline Waksmunski.

03-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Warrick Ma to our lab!

01-29-19

Wang Lab product hits the market

The company co-founded by Dr. Wang has now released its first product on amazon. It reduces the skin damage caused by adhesive bandage removal, making it an attractive product to both children and elderly.

01-01-19

Spring 2019 New Members

Welcome Postdoctoral Associate Anthony D’Amato to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome  PhD Candidate Chia-Wei Yeh to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Annie Chien to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Alyssa Holman to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Hannah Saraceno to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome M.Eng. graduate researcher Xiyao Li to our lab!

10-25-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome PhD Candidate Chase Webb to our lab! Chase will be conducting research contributing to the Primitive Extracellular Matrix project.

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Benjamin Dickstein to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Evelyn Kang to our lab! Evelyn will be on immunology and drug delivery

09-01-18

Fall 2018 New Members

Welcome undergraduate researcher Corson Chao to our lab! Corson is an MSE major with ECE minor, and will be working with Xiaochu on biodegradable polymer synthesis

08-02-18

Congratulations Daniel!

Our very own Daniel Long has been selected for the 2018 AAPS Best Abstract Award!

The Best Abstract Awards bring attention to the most exciting research to be found in the posters, based on abstracts that are submitted and screened before the event.

Daniel’s abstract titled, Neonatal mouse‐derived extracellular proteins enhance cardiac repair following myocardial infarction was among the top 10% of abstracts highly ranked by AAPS Abstract Screeners.

AAPS will recognize the winning posters at AAPS PharmSci 360, held November 4‐7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

Find out more about Daniel’s research on his Primitive Extracellular Matrix project page.

05-01-18

Spring 2018 New Members

 Welcome new Postdoctoral Associate Ying Chen to our lab.

12-08-17

Congratulations Xiaochu!

Xiaochu Ding‘s proposal was approved by the Scientific Advisory Committee to participate in the Funding for Scale-Up & Prototyping 2017 program. This $40,000.00 award recognizes the strengths of Xiaochu’s proposal and the unique technical skills and accomplishments already demonstrated by his research work.

The proposal was titled, “Scale up the synthesis of a polymer essential for a protein therapy platform”

10-01-17

Fall 2017 new members

Welcome new PostDocs, Jiayin Fu and Jacky Tsai, to our lab.

8-01-17

We’ve Relocated!

Our lab has moved to the Nancy E. and Peter C. Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, part of the College of Engineering at Cornell University.

1-09-17

Xiaochu Ding’s recent article titled ‘Weak Bond-Based Injectable and Stimuli Responsive Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications’ was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed here. Congratulations Xiaochu!

8-26-16

We went to Bear Run Campgrounds for our 2016 Summer Lab Retreat!

6-15-16

Our article titled Phosphorylated poly(sebacoyldiglyceride) – a phosphate functionalized biodegradable plymer for bone tissue engineering was selected as a Hot Article for 2016 and as such has been included in the Hot Article 2016 web collection for Journal of Materials Chemistry B which can be viewed Here.

4-05-16

We all got together for lunch to say a collective farewell to our friend and colleague Dr. Hassan Awada. Hassan is in full-on preparation mode for his rapidly approaching northwestward move to Michigan where a new job is awaiting him. Dr. Awada recently earned his PhD in Bioengineering after contributing to a great deal of research here in the Biomaterials Foundry. Thank you Hassan!

3-18-16

Our paper is on the cover of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B!

1-27-16

Check out our newest publication in Biomaterials, an in-depth review of cardiac repair and regeneration after heart attacks using controlled delivery proteins. This Article. discusses the different pathological changes that happen after myocardial infarction and the need to develop more comprehensive therapies to tackle these pathologies using relevant therapeutic proteins in a spatiotemporal manner.

11-18-15

The Biomaterials Foundry Team “Phoenix” Clinched The PInCh! Comprised of Lab Members Eric Jeffries, Chelsea Stowell, Daniel Long, and Yen-Lin Wu(not pictured here), Phoenix was a final winner for the 2015 PInCh Competition: Healthy Lives Matter Beginning To End. Contributers to Team Phoenix from outside the lab include Piyusha Gade and Prabir Roy-Chaudhury

10-19-15

Welcome new Grad Students, Peter Hwang and Yen-Lin Wu, to our lab.

06-19-15

Dr. Yadong Wang quoted in Chemical & Engineering News online article, Repairing The Heart With A Protein-Hydrogel Combo.

04-08-15

Congratulations to Rob Allen on winning the GPSG Leadership and Service Award for 2015 .

04-01-15

Welcome new post-docs, Soohyon Lee and Xiaochu Ding, to our lab.

04-01-15

Welcome new visiting scholars, Yefei Wang and Huang Yan, to our lab.

02-10-15

The communication on “Micropatterning Electrospun Scaffolds to Create Intrinsic Vascular Networks” by Eric Jeffries has been chosen for Best of Macromolecular Journals, Edition 2015, as seen here Best of Macros 2015. The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

02-07-15

Congratulations to Dr. Yadong Wang on receiving the 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award. Carnegie Life Science Award recognizes and honors outstanding scientific advances in new and innovative biomedical and life sciences endeavors 2015 Carnegie Life Science Award .

The work is displayed on the inside front cover. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular network

02-01-15

Congratulations to Chelsea Stowell on being selected for Cardiovascular Bioengineering Training Program (CBTP), a highly competitive training grant awarded by NIH to talented students from engineering and other quantitative sciences for careers in biomedical research in the cardiovascular area Swanson School of Engineering, CBTP.

10-08-14

The recent publication by Eric Jeffries, Keewon Lee and Jimmy Clampffer in Macromolecular Bioscience was highlighted by Materials View. This work combines 3D printing with electrospinning to create scaffolds to promote microvascular networks.

09-01-14

Welcome new graduate students Daniel Long and Terry Kim

05-20-14

Congratulations to Mirrah Almira, Chelsea Stowell, Noah Johnson, and Eric Jeffries for their winning project, “Sealion” in the final round of the Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh). The team received $100k to translate coacervate growth factor delivery into bandages for faster healing of diabetic ulcers.