Current Students


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Arndt, Eric M.

Biomimetic materials Christine Ortiz
Avery, Reginald Injectable hydrogels Bradley D. Olsen and Alireza Khademhosseini
Cazzell, Seth Using Color to Understand Mechanical Properties in Metal-Coordinate Gels Niels Holten-Andersen
Chopra, Sunandini Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Rohit Karnik
Collins, Samantha Layer-by-layer Assembly Angela Belcher and Paula T. Hammond
Ehrlich, Deborah PENDING Jeremiah A. Johnson
Geiger, Brett
Gu, Yuwei
Hydrogel chemistry, gelation physics, and cell migration Jeremiah A. Johnson
He, Yuan
High Fluorinated Copolymer Surfactants Timothy M. Swager
Huang, Aaron PENDING Bradley D. Olsen
Koo, Byungjin Conducting polymer sensors Timothy M. Swager
Lai, Erica Marine Inspired polymer sealant materials for non-vascular tissue surgery Niels Holten-Andersen
Lu, Chi Integrating highly flexible materials and electronics to develop devices for neural recording and stimulation Polina Anikeeva
Moh, Lionel Conjugated polymer synthesis Timothy M. Swager
Ranka, Mikhil High performance polymers for applications in enhanced oil recovery T. Alan Hatton
Rwei, Alina PENDING Robert S. Langer
Sing, Michelle K. Nanostructured biomaterials, hydrogels, block copolymers Gareth McKinley and Brad Olsen
Stewart-Sloan, Charlotte Block copolymers, phase behavior Bradley D. Olsen
Wang, Wade
PPLG Framework Gels Paula T. Hammond
Wong, Ji Sam Polymerization-based amplification Hadley Sikes

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