Events

Lab members present at BMES 2013

Min Jae Song, Nadir Yehya, and Stephanie Pasquesi presented their work at BMES in Seattle this year:

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2013 National Neurotrauma Society Symposium - Nashville

Lab members attended the annual National Neurotrauma Symposium this year and presented the following research:

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Undergraduate Student Paper Award

Congratulations to lab member Jessie Huang who recieved the 2013 undergraduate student paper award for her lung injury work.

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Going Away Party for Stu Friess

The Margulies Lab sadly said good-bye to Stu Friess as he moved on to a new position at Washington University in St. Louis. We wish him the best!


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2012 National Neurotrauma Society Symposium - Phoenix

Several lab members attended the annual National Neurotrauma Symposium this year and presented the following posters of their research:


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Summer Lab Party 2012

Thanks to Susan and Ken Margulies for hosting us at their beach house on Long Beach Island for this summer's lab party.


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Matt Maltese's Dissertation Defense

Congratulations to Matt Maltese for his hard work and dedication throughout his dissertation research! He gave an excellent presentation of his findings entitled, Traumatic Brain Injury Thresholds in the Pre-adolescent Juvenile, on May 3rd, 2012. Matt will continue to collaborate with the lab through his position in the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.


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2011 National Neurotrauma Society Symposium - Fort Lauderdale

Several lab members attended the annual National Neurotrauma Symposium this year and presented the following posters of their research:



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2011 Summer Lab Party--At the Beach!

Thanks to Susan and Ken Margulies for hosting us at the beach for this summer's lab party. A fantastic time was had by one and all.



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Injury Biomechanics Lab Featured in Penn Engineering Magazine

Check out the Margulies' lab feature in the Penn Engineering Magazine

Engineering Delivers the Advantages in Protecting Children



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Brian DiPaolo's Dissertation Defense

Congratulations to Brian DiPaolo on an impressive presentation of his research, RAC1-Mediated Actin Cytoskeleton Remodeling and Monolayer Barrier Properties of Stretched Alveolar Epithelial Cells, on November 3rd, 2010! Brian will be staying with the lab as a post-doctoral researcher.



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Lung Group Presents at BMES 2010

Lung Group member, Brian DiPaolo, gave a presentation of his work at the 2010 BMES Conference entitled High Magnitude Stretch Decreases MLC Phosphorylation in Alveolar Epithelia.


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Lab Members Present Posters at Neurotrauma 2010 - Las Vegas

Drs. Stu Friess, Todd Kilbaugh, and Brittany Coats presented the following posters of their work at Neurotrauma 2010 in Las Vegas:



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Taylor Cohen's Dissertation Defense

Congratulation to Taylor Cohen for successfully defending his dissertation, Mechanisms of Stretch-Induced Barrier Disruption, on November 20th, 2009! He will be continuing his research career with a post-doctoral fellowship at Columbia University.

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Susan Margulies named a Fellow of Biomedical Engineering Society

Read more about this achievement here.

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