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Congratulations to the COE student recipients of the Summer 2021 PEAK Experiences Awards. The PEAK Experiences Awards are a progressively structured sequence of opportunities designed to support learners as they continue climbing to new heights of achievement in undergraduate research and creative endeavor throughout their Northeastern journeys. BASE CAMP AWARDS Ana Salichs, COE’22, “Colorimetric Assays […]
BioE Associate Professor Guohao Dai (PI), ChE Assistant Professors Ryan Koppes (PI), and Abigail Koppes (co-PI) were awarded a $430K NIH grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for “Bioengineer a Humanized Autonomic Neurovascular Innervation on a Chip”.
Advised by Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes, Chemical Engineering After receiving his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2015, Jonathan Soucy joined Northeastern University pursuing a PhD in chemical engineering. His research has focused on neurochemistry, specifically on the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve systems—the mechanisms by which the brain controls the speed […]
ChE Assistant Professors Ryan Koppes and Sidi A. Bencherif were published in Bioelectricity for their research on “Electroconductive Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering: Current Status and Future Perspectives.”
ChE Assistant Professors Abigail Koppes and Ryan Koppes’ research on “Reconfigurable Microphysiological Systems for Modeling Innervation and Multitissue Interactions” was published in the September issue of Advanced Biosystems.
Fang and Koppes Receive $2.2M NIH Award Leading to State-of-the-Art Electrophysiological Capabilities
ECE Assistant Professor Hui Fang (PI) and ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes (co-PI), in collaboration with UCLA and Boston Children’s Hospital, received a $2.2M NIH grant for “Novel transparent, ultra-soft neuroelectrode arrays based on nanomeshing conventional electrode materials.” In this study, they propose to prove a novel electrode concept, nanomeshing conventional electrode materials, can lead to state-of-the-art electrophysiological capabilities while allowing at the same time, optical and chronic-bio- compatibilities. Besides enabling new hypothesis-driven neuroscience studies from overcoming major barriers of integrating in-vivo electrical recordings with optical approaches, the proposed research will also provide unique opportunities for next-generation therapeutic interventions via sustainable neural prosthetics.
ChE Assistant Professors Abigail Koppes and Ryan Koppes published their research in the Journal of Neuroscience titled: “The effects of low intensity focused ultrasonic stimulation on dorsal root ganglion neurons and Schwann cells in vitro.”
ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes and Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes’ research on “Cryopreservation and functional analysis of cardiac autonomic neurons” was published in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods.
ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes and Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes’ research on “Cholinergic Activation of Primary Human Derived Intestinal Epithelium Does Not Ameliorate TNF-α Induced Injury” was published in the latest issue of Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering.
ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes, Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes, and PhD Student Kyla Nichols’ research on “Recent advancements in microphysiological systems for neural development and disease” was published in the Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering.
ChE PhD student Tess Torregrosa wrote an editorial in Science Magazine on “Why I paused my Ph.D. research to work as an industry intern“, Tess was co-advised by Assistant Professors Ryan Koppes and Abigail Koppes.
ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes, Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes, and PhD students were published in ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering for their research on “Rapid Prototyping of Multilayer Microphysiological Systems”. Abstract Source: ACS Microfluidic organs-on-chips aim to realize more biorelevant in vitro experiments compared to traditional two-dimensional (2D) static cell culture. Often such devices are […]
ChE Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes is isolating individual cell types to identify how they interact with their environment.
ChE Professor & Associate Chair of Research Rebecca Carrier, Assistant Professor Abigail Koppes, and Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes research on “Materials and Microenvironments for Engineering the Intestinal Epithelium” was published in the Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Abstract Source: Springer The barrier functions of the gastrointestinal tract rely in large part on a single layer of […]
Associate Professor Guohao Dai from the Department of Bioengineering, Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes and Abigail Koppes from the Department of Chemical Engineering were awarded $200K from the American Heart Association (AHA) Innovative Project Award for “Bioengineer an autonomic neurovascular system to explore the innervation of arterial grafts”.
25 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY20 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 18 different projects representing up to $900K dollars of investment in research.
The Department of Chemical Engineering is proud to announce that eight of their students have received the Northeastern University Research and Creative Endeavor Awards from the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships.
ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes and his colleagues have developed a hydrogel that could one day replace sutures and help support nerve growth and regeneration.
ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes was recently interviewed and featured in the Science article "For postdocs looking to break into entrepreneurship, this MIT fellowship is helping light the way" on the Translational Fellowship Program he took part in as a post doc. The program supplemented his employment at MIT to explore the translational potential and […]
ChE Assistant Professors Abigail Koppes and Ryan Koppes were awarded a $632K NIH grant to develop a microfluidic model of the ‘brain-in-the-gut’. The grant is a three-year Trailblazer New/Early Career Investigator R21 award with the NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
Eno Ebong, Abby Koppes, & Ryan Koppes to Participate in Tufts CTSI Junior Faculty Career Development Forum
Eno Ebong, Prof. Abby Koppes, and Prof. Ryan Koppes were selected as three out of the 29 junior faculty members chosen to participate in the Tufts CTSI 2016-2017 Junior Faculty Research Career Development Forum.
Over one hundred students, researchers, professors and industry professionals came together on June 30th for Boston Biomaterials Day at Northeastern University, funded by the Society For Biomaterials Biomaterials Days Grant. Led by Bioengineering PhD student Michelle Stolzoff, the conference featured top-tiered research in biomaterials from the Greater Boston Area and beyond. Dena Shahriari, a PhD […]
ChE Assistant Professor Ryan Koppes was awarded a $50K NSF I-Corps grant for his "Thermally drawn nerve guidance channels".
Chemical Engineering professors Ryan and Abby Koppes were featured on the front page of the Boston Globe in a Valentine's Day themed article.
Chemical Engineering Professor Ryan Koppes is featured in Materials Today for his research on peripheral nerve repair and artificial scaffolds. The difficulty of repairing nerve damage and the negative life-long symptoms associated with it motivated Polina Anikeeva of MIT and Ryan Koppes of Northeastern to find a solution. As an alternative to autografts, artificial scaffolds […]
Ryan Koppes joins the Chemical Engineering department in Fall 2015 as an Assistant Professor.