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Awesome Job Jordan Todd!

Jordan hosted a talk at the 2018 Biomedical Engineering Society about her research in synthetic platelets reducing neuroinflammation in experimental traumatic brain injury. Presenting in front of so many fellow researchers is no easy task. Great job Jordan!

Briana Presents at NeuroTrauma in Toronto!

Briana expertly presented her traumatic brain injury phage display research at the NeuroTrauma conference in Toronto. Her research gathered both new and familiar faces from the jam packed crowed of fellow researchers. Awesome job Briana!

Congratulations Kassy!

A big congrats to Kassy for successfully completing her PhD comprehensive exam! She is now officially a PhD Candidate. Kassy did a fantastic job during the meeting and excelled on the written portion. Awesome job Kassy!

Congratulations Kassy on your Review Paper Acceptance!

Kassondra Hickey's review paper "Using biomaterials to modulate chemotactic signaling for central nervous system repair," was accepted by Biomedical Materials journal on February 7, 2018. Kassy's paper delves into the extraordinary potential of utilizing chemotaxis as...

Congratulations Briana!

A big congrats to Briana for successfully completing her Neuroscience PhD comprehensive exam/prospectus this morning! She is now officially a PhD Candidate. Briana did a fantastic job for the 2hr meeting!

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Please RT: The Green lab at ASU has multiple openings for postdocs. For more details:
Please send a CV and contact info for 3 references to mdgreen8[at] 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. @NIH_CommonFund

BREAKING: Largest study ever on pro soccer players (>7,000 in Scotland) led by @WillStewNeuro finds players were:

3.5x more likely to die of any neurodegenerative disease
5x more likely to die of Alzheimer's
4x more likely to die of ALS/MND

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