Kristie Huda publishes her most recent work in Nature Communications, titled “In vivo noninvasive systemic myography of acute systemic vasoactivity in female pregnant mice”. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-023-42041-8
PhD students Vinoin Vincely and Andrew Merkel present their work at IUS 2023 in Montreal, Canada.
Vasculata an annual conference that brings together leading experts and researchers in the field of vascular biology and medicine. This prestigious event offers a trainee-focused approach to its presentations, workshops, and discussions on the latest advancements and breakthroughs in understanding vascular diseases, therapeutic interventions, and emerging technologies. This year, postdoc Allan Alancar, research assistant Ken […]
The Kuckein Student Research Fellowship is a highly esteemed program that recognizes and supports exceptional undergraduate students in their pursuit of research excellence. This fellowship provides a unique opportunity for students to engage in cutting-edge research projects, work closely with distinguished faculty mentors, and gain valuable hands-on experience in their respective fields. With a focus […]
(May 3, 2023) Webinar: Exploring a Novel NIR-2 Photoacoustic Agent to Improve Image Contrast for Deep Tissue Applications