Dr. Hansang Cho’s Nature Neuroscience publication: A 3D human triculture system modeling neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease
Abstract: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is characterized by beta-amyloid accumulation, phosphorylated tau formation, hyperactivation of glial cells, and neuronal loss. The mechanisms of AD pathogenesis, however, remain poorly understood, partially due to the lack of relevant models that can comprehensively recapitulate multistage intercellular interactions in human AD brains. Here we present a new three-dimensional (3D) human […]
We are proud to share the following achievements made by our CBES Associated Researchers: Dr. Abbey Thomas Interview with the NY Times about osteoarthritis after joint injury Please see the full article here. Dr. Didier Dreau Congratulations for being an editor on this newly published book entitled: Engineering 3D Tissue Test Systems edited by Karen […]
Our first session is scheduled for this Friday, January 15th from 11-12pm in Woodward 480A. For more details please click here.
Pinku Mukherjee, the Belk Endowed Professor of Cancer Research, was profiled Sunday, Jan. 10, in The Charlotte Observer. The feature, written by Karen Garloch, highlights Mukherjee, who is making an exponential impact in the field of cancer research. Check out the full article here.
Congratulations are in order to Dr. Craig Ogle. He received the 2014 First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal, presented by First Citizens Bank and UNC Charlotte, on April 2, 2014. This is a prestigious award which honors faculty scholarship and intellectual inquiry. To read the full article please visit UNC Charlotte’s Office of Public Relations.
Below is the link to the PowerPoint presentation for the IVIS System presented by Tarik Harb on July 1, 2013. In Vivo Imaging IVIS Spectrum Presentation