Congratulations to Prof. Shah and Dr. Adam Jakus on the publication of “Hyperelastic “bone”: A highly versatile, growth factor–free, osteoregenerative, scalable, and surgically friendly biomaterial” in Science Translational Medicine. Dr. Jakus and Prof. Shah lead a team of researchers and… Continue Reading
Congratulations to the Shah and Dunand Labs on their recent invited publication, “Iron and Nickel Cellular Structures by Sintering of 3D-Printed Oxide or Metallic Particle Inks”, in a special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials!
The Shah Lab and Woodruff Lab team working on 3D-printed ovaries has been featured by Chicago Inno! Read their article at the following link: http://chicagoinno.streetwise.co/2016/08/29/womens-health-tech-the-research-team-3d-printing-ovaries/
Congrats to graduate student Phillip Lewis for being awarded the Baxter’s Young Investigator Award! The Baxter’s Young Investigator Award seeks to stimulate and reward research applicable to the development of therapies and medical products that save and sustain patients’ lives.… Continue Reading
Research of the Shah Lab is featured in the following video from EnvisionTEC. The video also features Shah Lab collaborations with the Dunand Group (metal 3D printing) as well as the Woodruff lab (engineering a bioprosthetic ovary).
Congrats to graduate student Phillip Lewis for being awarded the Richard W Jones Research Progress Award in Biomaterials. The Richard W Jones Research Progress Award is awarded to graduate students in Biomedical Engineering who have made exemplary progress in the… Continue Reading
The Shah and Dunand’s Lab new approach to 3D-printing metals and alloys discussed as the future of metal 3D-printing for aerospace and additional industries in 3D Printing Metal Printing magazine. http://www.3dmpmag.com/magazine/article.asp?iid=1&aid=11309
Prof. Shah was awarded the Ver Steeg award at Northwestern’s Graduate School Awards and Recognition Ceremony. The Ver Steeg award honors excellence in graduate education. Congrats again!
Prof. Shah and TEAM members featured in the February 2016 issue of Breakthroughs, the Feinberg School of Medicine Research Office newsletter. Check out the article from the link below! http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/research/docs/newsletters/Feb2016.pdf
Shah Lab BME Ph.D. candidate Phillip Lewis reviews the current state-of-the-art of liver tissue engineering strategies utilizing 3D printing. Of particular emphasis are limitations in current approaches as they pertain to liver morphological and functional complexity. This review also points… Continue Reading