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August 13, 2020: Immune cells get cancer-fighting boost from nanomaterials

July 2014: Tarek Fahmy named one of the top five translational junior faculty in 2013 by Bioentrepreneur, a publication of Nature Biotechnology.

March 2013: Nanogels offer new way to attack lupus

July 15, 2020: Nanoparticles that deliver a combination of factors: activating immunity in the tumor microenvironment.

May 2012: Michael Look wins the 2012 SEAS Harding Bliss Prize, which is awarded to the graduating doctoral student who has done the most to further the intellectual life of the department.

April 2012: Fiona Sharp wins the Browne-Cox Postdoctoral fellowship for, "Engineering Artificial Antigen-presenting cells as new vaccines"

February 2012: Jason Criscione successfully defened "Designing Dendrimer-based Nanosystems for Multimodal Imaging and Theranostic Applications" (Feb. 2. 2012)

June 2011: Fiona Sharp won the Blue Ribbon prize at this year's FOCIS meeting (Federation of the Clinical Immunology Societies). Her poster title, "Biodegradable Artificial Antigen-Presenting cells with Paracrine IL-2 delivery."

5/18/2011: Tarek Fadel was awarded the 2011 Harding Bliss Prize by the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science. This prize is presented annually to a graduating student who has done the most to further the intellectual life within the School. more...

4/5/2020: Alyssa Siefert was awarded an Honorable Mention in this year's National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

3/5/2020: Enping Hong wins Best Poster Presentation by a Student at the Human Translational Immunology retreat at Yale University.

Jason Criscione awarded the American Association of Physics Teachers: 2009 Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year. 

Scientists Use Nanosensors for First Time to Measure Cancer Biomarkers in Blood

Scientists Guide Immune Cells with Light and Microparticles

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Michael Look receives two Prestigious graduate fellowships

 


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