Dr. Bersi’s abstract titled “T Cells From Cadherin-11-Deficient Mice Promote Neointima Formation Following Vascular Injury” was accepted for a podium presentation at the upcoming SB3C 2021 Summer Bioengineering Conference. We look forward to seeing you there!
Dr. Bersi was recently interviewed by the McKelvey School of Engineering to discuss his NIH-funded research on the cell-cell adhesion protein Cadherin-11 in the context of vascular injury.
We are excited to welcome two talented MEMS PhD students – Niyousha Karbasion and Daisy (Yujun) Xu – for a semester-long rotation this spring. Welcome, Niyousha and Daisy!
We are excited to announce J. Caleb Snider, PhD will be joining as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Oct. 2020. Welcome, Caleb!
The lab officially opened as of Aug. 1, 2020. We are excited to begin work in our newly renovated lab space in Jubel Hall!