Jay Rutherford passed his PhD General Exam in the Mechanical Engineering department making him officially a PhD candidate. Excellent work, Jay! Next stop -- thesis defence!
Charlie worked with Megan Cartwright and Prof. Kavanagh (UW-Nanotoxicology Center) to show the oxidative stress and pulmonary inflammatory responses of carbon nanotubes-Link
The competitive CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Scholars summer internship program offers selected students an opportunity to participate in work with faculty-led UW Startup initiatives.
Charlie worked with Leanne M. Gilbertson (University of Pittsburgh) and Julie B. Zimmerman (Yale University) to show the mechanisms of action in shape dependent behavior of CuO nanoparticles and their toxicological responses–link.
UW Chemical Engineering has recognized Charlie Corredor with the Faculty Lecture Award. The Faculty Lecture Award is based on the overall scholarly nature and productivity of the student. Charlie gave an award lecture to students and faculty on this work on Environmental and Toxicological Nanotechnology. Charlie has published 11 papers and has an h-index of 8.
UW Chemical Engineering has recognized Mark Borysiak with the ACES Graduate Symposium Award. The Association of Chemical Engineering Graduate Student award is given to the student who gave the top presentation at a recent ACES symposium.
Four primary awards were given out at the event ceremony.
Congratulations to Charlie and Mark!
- • Demonstrate a high level of experimental and hardware skills
- • Collaborate effectively as indicated above to develop innovative concepts for testing
- • Have received a PhD in Mechanical, Aerospace, or Chemical Engineering or related field
- • Publish results in high-impact journals
- • Show evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills
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William Walker's image of a liposome and its interaction with engineered nanomaterials was selected as the cover image of the journal Langmuir. Babak Moghadam's work was featured on the cover. Congrats William.