MTI LAB MISSION STATEMENT
- The MTI lab is dedicated to development of new technologies and methodologies that enable scientists and clinicians to study the microvasculature, which comprises the small blood vessels found throughout the body.
- We foster a cooperative environment in which postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, undergraduate students, and research staff collaborate with each other and with other scientists and clinicians to develop creative solutions tailored towards specific biological and clinical needs.
- We place a major emphasis on training the next generation of biomedical engineers and clinicians.
- Together, we envision making new discoveries that are expected to aid in our understanding of the role of the microvasculature in 1) normal physiological processes, 2) early-stage progression of many diseases, and 3) development of new treatment strategies.
- New NSF Graduate Research Fellow in MTI labCongratulations to Thinh Phan for being awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! This federal award will provide him with three years of support during his PhD research. Very proud of you, Thinh!
- Congratulations to MTI lab graduates!Congratulations to the following graduates from the MTI lab: PhD – Ben Lertsakdadet (see picture below, with friend-of-the-lab, and fellow PhD graduate, Mo Torabzadeh) BS – Adrian Bahani, Roy Garcia, Tina Karimi, Natalie Malek High school – Alexis Kelly We are proud of all of you for achieving these important life milestones, and for all of your accomplishments!
- Pictures from the MTI lab oral presentations on 5/18