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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Stabenfeldt Lab

Regenerative Strategies for Neural Injury

Each year in the United States over 1.7 million individuals will experience a traumatic or ischemic-related brain injury, with 350,000 persons sustaining a severe to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) and an additional 800,000 people suffering from stroke. Our laboratory specifically focuses on (1) engineering novel targeted diagnostic and therapeutic (‘theranostic’) biomaterials for neural injury/disease and (2) identifying endogenous neural stem cell homing mechanisms after injury and incorporating such biosignals into tissue-engineered matrices.

Moderate to Severe TBI

Annual U.S. TBI Incidents

Additional People Suffer from Stroke

Six Barrett Honors Graduates!

Big congrats to all the graduates from the lab with traumatic brain injury focused theses!! We are all very proud of you Shannon, Glenna, Jordan, Gergey, and Amanda O.! Awesome job!!!!!
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Vimala Awarded STARs for Outstanding Abstracts!

Society for Biomaterials presented Student Travel Achievement Recognitions (STARs) for outstanding Abstracts to Vimala for her research on "Nanoparticle Delivery Precision Based on Sex-dependent Opening of the Blood-brain Barrier after Brain Injury." Awesome job Vimala!
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Kami and Glenna Present at FURI Symposium

Kami presented her research on "Global Gene Expression Changes Following HDACi-Loaded Nanoparticle Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury," while Glenna presented her poster on "Optimizing Recombinant Protein Production for Domain Antibodies." Great job ladies!
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Gergey Defends Undergraduate Honor’s Thesis

Gergey successfully defended his undergraduate honor's thesis: " Evaluation of a Novel HDAC-Loaded Nanoparticle Therapy for the treatment of TBI." Awesome job Gergey!
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Dr. Stabenfeldt Earns the SBHSE Metin Akay Graduate Service Award!

Congratulations Dr. Stabenfeldt on earning the SBHSE Metin Akay Graduate Service Award!
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The Flinn Foundation will fund ASU researchers’ efforts to repair damaged heart tissue, understand the genes behind Type 2 diabetes, heal rotator cuffs and map the brain on drugs. https://t.co/He1WY5gyBv #research

Researchers from @ASUEngineering are helping @armi_usa make engineered body tissues to help humans out who may need transplants. Their goal is to make an assembly line, like car manufactures, but with body tissues.
https://t.co/hnRawrzBQM

Please RT: The Green lab at ASU has multiple openings for postdocs. For more details: https://t.co/uTAYqK10qj
Please send a CV and contact info for 3 references to mdgreen8[at]https://t.co/aZxWqFg6Nr with subject: “CO2 capture postdoc position” @acspmse @aiche_mesd @APSphysics

Always inspired by @bri_martinez100 dedication to cultivate an inclusive community at ASU. Well deserved Chair's award for her contributions to the Committee for Campus Inclusion. #STEM #makethefuture @asuSOLS @ASU @ASUResearch

As it turns out, nanoparticle delivery in a mouse TBI model is sex dependent! 🤯 Check out this pre-print where @vimala_N_B identified sex dependent BBB permeability and nanoparticle delivery profiles. https://t.co/RviuBiApnu @NIH_CommonFund

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Page last updated: July 27, 2017