MAY 5, 2017
Johns Hopkins Nano-Bio Symposium will be held on May 5, 2017 from 9AM to 1230PM in the Owens auditorium at the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus.
- Shahin Rafii, Cornell University
Angiocrine Functions of Organotypic Endothelium in Regeneration and Tumorigenesis
- David Cheresh, UCSD
Reprogramming the Endothelium, an Initial Step in the Process of Angiogenesis
- David Kaplan, Tufts
Strategies for Vascularization of Biomaterial Systems for Tissue Regeneration
- Narutoshi Hibino, JHU
Challenge to Cardiovascular Disease Using 3D Printing and Tissue Engineering
- Zaver Bhujwalla, JHU
Imaging to Navigate the Tumor Microenvironment
- Warren Grayson, JHU
Platform Technologies for Engineering Vascularized Tissue Grafts
A poster session with a wide range of research topics takes place from 130PM to 330PM in the lobby outside Owens Auditorium. Read the poster guidelines before submitting your title.
The symposium is free and open to the Johns Hopkins University
community and select other academic institutions. A registration fee may apply
to other attendees.
Jointly orgazined by INBT and the Physical Sciences-Oncology Center at Johns Hopkins University.