Welcome to the biointerface lab!
At the biointerface lab we strive to understand and control phenomena occurring at the interface between synthetic materials and biological molecules. We are especially focused on biomineralization, and one of our main goals is to develop "surface interactive scaffolds" for soft and hard tissue regeneration, with a functional surface designed to induce or inhibit mineralization depending on the desired application, as well as a specific cellular response. Our surface-centered approach brings us to develop materials for drug delivery, dental applications, and (non bio-related!) energy and the environment. Our work is performed in collaboration with researchers from McGill, Canada and abroad.
- January 2017, Pearce joins the group as an
student for the Winter semester
- December 2016, Peter and Mohamed Nur
graduate! Congratulations, Drs.
Peter and Mohamed Nur!
- September 2016, Richard joins the
lab as a Master's student.
- June 2016 Prof. Casey Jones from Lewis
& Clark College joins the group as visiting
professor between June and December 2016
- Mar 2016 Kaiwen's
article was published on Chemistry of Materials, and
was among one of the top downloaded articles in
- Jan 2016 Jalani's
article was published in JACS and selected as ACS
We don't have job opening at the moment.