Collin Stabler, PhD candidate, presents at lung conference

Bioengineering PhD students is invited to present at Stem Cells, Cell Therapies and Bioengineering Lung Biology and Lung Disease Conference

Collin Stabler, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Bioengineering, delivered a talk at the Stem Cells, Cell Therapies and Bioengineering Lung Biology and Lung Disease Conference in Burlington, Vermont. The conference, hosted by the University of Vermont College of Medicine, was held from July 27th to July 30th. Collin was one of two students invited to speak after submitting an abstract. Collin’s talk was titled “Anatomical and Integrin Specific Re‐endothelialization within Decellularized Rodent Lungs,” and will ultimately be published in the conference’s proceedings.  

Collin is entering his fourth year of the Ph.D. program. He is a former NASA Graduate Research Program fellowship recipient. Peter Lelkes, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Bioengineering, is Collin’s advisor.

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