Sara Sacher has recently accepted a position to work in the MRI Lab in the Department of Radiology at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC upon her graduation (MSE MS 2021) this Spring. Congrats Sara!
Erik Taylor’s work was highlighted in the Cornell Materials Science & Engineering 2020 newsletter. Check out the article here!
Sara Sacher is presenting a podium presentation entitled “Trabecular Morphology And Microdamage Accumulation In Cancellous Bone From Men With Type II Diabetes Mellitus” at the virtual 2021 ORS annual meeting on Monday, February 15th.
Erik Taylor successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Validation and implementation of vibrational spectroscopic measures of bone quality”. Congrats Erik!!
Julia Walsh and Leah Snyder were awarded Engineering Learning Initiatives Research Awards for their proposals, “Localized effects of long-term bisphosphonate treatment in postmenopausal women” and “Understanding how existing treatments and next-generation treatments of osteoporosis affect bone composition”, respectively. Congrats!
Sandhya Ganesan and Himani Patel were awarded their second Engineering Learning Initiatives Research Awards for their proposals, “Characterization of Bone Compositional Properties in a Mouse Model of Brittle Bone Disease” and “Effects of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on Bone Tissue Composition in Men”, respectively. Congrats!
PhD student Erik Taylor was awarded a young investigator award at the International Conference on the Chemistry and Biology of Mineralized Tissues in Quebec, Canada to present his abstract entitled, “Raman and FTIR bone mineral crystallinity and carbonate content differentially relate to analytical physical chemical measures”.
Sandhya Ganesan and Himani Patel were awarded Engineering Learning Initiatives Research Awards for their proposals, “Characterization of bone compositional properties in a mouse model of brittle bone disease” and “Effects of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on bone tissue composition in men”, respectively. Congrats Sandhya and Himani!