BEAT Lab moves to new lab space

BEAT Lab moves to new lab space on Wickenden Building's fifth floor! Fun times setting up new instruments and equipment.

Alyssa Master graduates with Bachelor’s degree

Alyssa Master graduates with Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. Alyssa is staying on at the BEAT Lab to pursue a doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering, carrying out research in Photodynamic Therapy for Head-and-Neck Cancer. Congratulations Alyssa!

Heather Herd graduates with Bachelor’s degree

Congratulations Heather Herd for graduating with Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering! Best of luck for pursuing doctoral degree in BME at The University of Utah.

Madhumitha Ravikumar joins the lab

Undergraduate student Madhumitha Ravikumar joins the lab. Welcome Madhu!

BEAT Lab receives NIH SBIR Phase I grant

BEAT Lab receives NIH SBIR Phase I grant

BEAT Lab receives NIH SBIR Phase I grant (Sen Gupta, co-I) to study blood-biomaterial interactions for polymeric vascular grafts. Aegis Biosciences (David Vachon, PI) is the industry partner.

Brian Holt joins the lab

Brian Holt joins the lab

Undergraduate student Brian Holt joins the lab. Welcome Brian!

Funding awarded for platelet research

Funding awarded for platelet research

BEAT Lab (Sen Gupta, PI) receives funding from Case Presidential Research Initiative Award (Ohio Board of Regents) to study the hemostatic activity of liposome-based synthetic platelets!

BEAT Lab receives first funding

BEAT Lab receives first funding

BEAT Lab receives the Beginning-Grant-in-Aid funding (Sen Gupta, PI) from American Heart Association to study the design of synthetic platelets by mimicking and integrating natural platelet’s adhesive and aggregatory functions on a liposomal nanoparticle platform!

BEAT Lab is formed

BEAT Lab is formed

BEAT Lab is formed. Lab members: Kenneth Rys (graduate student), Linda Zhang (graduate student), Heather Herd (undergraduate student), Alyssa Master (undergraduate student). Congratulations to Kenneth and Linda for receiving first year Case Prime fellowships for graduate studies!