2015 News

December 3rd, 2015 – Professor Chung presented her work “Peptide Amphiphile Micelles as Contrast Agents for Molecular MRI” at MRS in Boston, Massachusetts.

November 29th, 2015 – Professor Chung’s review article on self-assembling nanoparticles was highlighted on the front cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials!

November 25th, 2015 – Professor Chung was highlighted by Medicine on the Midway at the University of Chicago for her success in obtaining the K99/R00 grant from the National Institute for Lung, Blood, and Heart at the NIH.

October 9th, 2015 – Professor Chung presented her work “Peptide Amphiphile Micelle-Mediated Molecular Imaging of Cardiovascular Disease” at BMES in Tampa, Florida.

August 12-15th, 2015 – Professor Chung attended the Short Course in Tissue Engineering at Rice University in Houstin, Texas.

July 28-29th, 2015 – Professor Chung presented her work “Monocyte-Targeting, Peptide Amphiphile Micelle Nanoparticles for Atherosclerosis Diagnostics” at the K-to-R01 Investigators Meeting at the NIH in Washington D.C.

July 19-24th, 2015 – Professor Chung presented her work “Theranostic Peptide Amphiphile Micelles for Atherosclerosis” at the Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Gordon Research Conference in Girona, Spain.

June 17th, 2015 – Professor Chung was highlighted by the Institute for Translational Medicine (ITM) at the University of Chicago for her success in obtaining the K99/R00 grant from the National Institute for Lung, Blood, and Heart at the NIH.

February 18th, 2015 – Professor Chung’s article on monocyte-targeting peptide amphiphile micelles was highlighted on the inside front cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials!

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