Brown researchers are creating lab-grown microtissues as an alternative to animal testing. “It's kind of in our DNA,” Morgan says. “And it's in the context of translating these results into real-world solutions.”
Alois, J., Bellamkonda, S., Campolettano, E. T., Gellner, R. A., Genemaras, A., Beckwith, J. G., Greenwald, R. M., Smith, E., Rowson, S., Duma, S. M., & Crisco, J. J. (2019). Do american youth football players intentionally use their heads for high-magnitude impacts? Am J Sports Med, 363546519882034. doi:10.1177/0363546519882034
Joseph Crisco, Orthopaedics, RIH, received $134,651 for “Additive Manufactured PEKK Implants for Small Bone Arthroplasty,” a sub-award from Oxford Performance Materials, Inc. through the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS).
Gregory Jay, Emergency Medicine, RIH, received $49,995 for “PRG4 as a Novel Treatment in Sepsis by Inhibition of NLRP3 in a CD44 Dependent Manner and via Antagonism of TLR” from Brown Physicians, Inc.
Congratulations (left to right) to Anqi Zhou, 1st place, Biotechnology ScM, Joshua Daniel, 4th place Biomedical Engineering ScM and Hadley Witt, 3rd place Pathobiology PhD who are three of the five winners in the 14th Annual 2019 Rhode Island Elevator Pitch Competition! All were enrolled in BIOL 2089: Importance of Intellectual Property in Biotechnology.