Navigation Links
Stevens team wins First Place in ISPE Student Poster Competition
Date:12/2/2009

HOBOKEN - A team comprised of undergraduate students from Stevens Institute of Technology was awarded top honors in a national poster contest hosted by the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE).

The annual contest highlights the research conducted by the students and was held last month at the ISPE Annual Meeting in San Diego, Calif.

The winning poster, titled "Evaluation of a Posterior Criciate Ligament Tensioning Device," was presented by Aaron Rella, a Biomedical Engineering major on behalf of his teammates: Mariel Menafra, Katherine Reighard and Jenifer McGuire.

The faculty advisors for the team were Professor Antonio Valdevit and Dr. Vikki Hazelwood.

The team won the regional poster contest conducted by the New Jersey Chapter of ISPE in April, and was one of the six student teams sent to the international competition at the New Jersey Chapter's expense.


'/>"/>

Contact: Patrick A. Berzinski
pberzins@stevens.edu
201-216-5687
Stevens Institute of Technology
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1

Related biology news :

1. First global conference on systems and enterprises at new Stevens location, Washington, DC, Dec. 3-4
2. Stevens to host 2009 N.J. Inventors Hall of Fame Dinner
3. Stevens hosts Green Building: The Bottom Line, April 8
4. Stevens Center for Science Writings presents: Ravens at the Feast, with Bernd Heinrich, April 1
5. Stevens receives $25,000 grant from the Engineering Information Foundation
6. Stevens strengthens Dominican Republics Early Warning System for Inundations
7. Stevens awarded $1M for advanced biofuels research
8. NSF awards two grants to Stevens for nano/micro device fabrication and nano sensor development
9. Stevens assists enXco with construction of solar photovoltaic system
10. Stevens Center for Science Writings honors environmental critics with Green Book Award, April 30
11. Stevens researchers provide oversight for three-year mariculture program in Egypt and Israel
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:5/16/2017)... DALLAS , May 16, 2017   ... for health organizations, and MD EMR Systems ... certified development partner for GE, have established a ... Patient Portal product and the GE Centricity™ products, ... Centricity EMR. These new integrations ...
(Date:4/24/2017)... -- Janice Kephart , former 9/11 Commission ... LLP (IdSP) , today issues the following statement: ... 6, 2017 Executive Order: Protecting the Nation ... instilled with greater confidence, enabling the reactivation of ... are suspended by until at least July 2017). ...
(Date:4/18/2017)... Inc., a global expert in SoC-based imaging and computing solutions, has ... features the company,s hybrid codec technology. A demonstration utilizing TeraFaces ® ... be showcased during the upcoming Medtec Japan at Tokyo Big Sight ... Las Vegas Convention Center April 24-27. ... Click here for an image of the ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:10/10/2017)... ... 2017 , ... San Diego-based team building and cooking events company, Lajollacooks4u, has ... The bold new look is part of a transformation to increase awareness, appeal to ... period. , It will also expand its service offering from its signature gourmet cooking ...
(Date:10/10/2017)... , Oct. 10, 2017 SomaGenics announced the ... NIH to develop RealSeq®-SC (Single Cell), expected to be ... small RNAs (including microRNAs) from single cells using NGS ... the need to accelerate development of approaches to analyze ... "New techniques for measuring levels of mRNAs ...
(Date:10/9/2017)... ... October 09, 2017 , ... At its national board ... Stubbs, a professor in Harvard University’s Departments of Physics and Astronomy, has been selected ... member of the winning team for the 2015 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental physics for ...
(Date:10/7/2017)... 6, 2017  The 2017 Nobel Prize in ... Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and ... cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) have helped to broaden ... biology community. The winners worked with systems manufactured ... produce highly resolved, three-dimensional images of protein structures ...
Breaking Biology Technology: