Feb – 2019: Congratulations to PhD student Taylor Oeschger on winning 1st place in the graduate collegiate competition at SWELocal in Baltimore.
Prof. Singh elected as the inaugural Chair of the new Immuno Delivery Focus Group at the Controlled Release Society
Nov, 2018: Congratulations to Singh lab’s Matthew Mosquera and August/Singh lab co-advised Jessica Elmore on being selected for support from the NIH/NIBIB funded new ImmunoEngineering T32 training grant! Good luck w/ your exciting research on immunology, engineering, mouse models, and
Prof. Singh to serve as the Associate Director on the new NIH T32 Training grant on “Immuno-engineering” at Cornell
8/2018 Prof. Singh to serve as the Associate Director on the new NIH T32 Training grant on “Immuno-engineering” at Cornell with Prof. Avery August and David Putnam as Program Directors. This five-year, $890,560 NIH grant will train graduate students interested in specializing
Congrats to recent Ph.D. Dr. Alberto Purwada and current Ph.D. student Shiv Shah on their new publication in Biomaterials.
7/2018 Congrats to recent Ph.D. Dr. Alberto Purwada and current Ph.D. student Shiv Shah on their new publication in Biomaterials. “Ex vivo synthetic immune tissues with T cell signals for differentiating antigen-specific, high-affinity germinal center B cells” https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2018.06.034 6/2018 We thank NIH/NCI for
4/2018 Apoorva’s research paper with Lymphatic-on-chip like characteristics published in Cell Reports -“How Biophysical Forces Regulate Human B Cell Lymphomas”. Congrats to all members of the team!! Immune-engineered device targets chemo-resistant lymphoma
Regan Stephenson and Tibra Wheeler receive National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships
4/2018 Congrats to Singh lab Ph.D. students Regan Stephenson and Tibra Wheeler on receiving National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships! Very proud moment for the lab!
3/2018 Ankur Singh, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University, is a recipient of the 2018 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award!
2/2018 Huge congrats to Singh lab! Prof. Singh awarded a new $2M NIH-R01 grant from NIAID to develop biomaterials-based immune organoids and study epigenetics of immune system. The grant will support reseach from 2018-2023.