october 24, 2012
Results from ongoing research in Biomedical Engineering at Tulane will be presented at the Biomedical Engineering Society’s 2012 Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Six undergraduate students are among the authors of these papers, and most have graduate students as first author.
Among the poster and platform session presentations are:
Anaerobic Storage Improves the Mechanical Properties of Stored Red Blood Cells –
Jennie Burns (first author) – from Dr. Sergey Shevkoplyas’ lab
Pulmonary airway reopening utilizing pulsatile flow waveforms –
Will Glindmeyer (first author) – from Dr. Donald Gaver’s lab.
Vascular Islands Increase during Regression in Adult Rat Mesenteric Microvascular Networks –
Molly Kelly-Goss (first author) – from Dr. Lee Murfee’s Lab
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