ChE and BioE Professor Eno Ebong Presents Invited Talk at American Society for Investigative Pathology Symposium

On November 10, 2020, ChE and BioE Associate Professor Eno Ebong presented an invited talk entitled “Glycocalyx-Mediated Vascular Remodeling and Permeability in Disturbed Flow” at PISA (Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, & Academicians) 2020, an American Society for Investigative Pathology symposium. She presented the talk in the “Deconstructing the Vascular System: Multi-Scale Approaches” session of the symposium. Dr. Ebong is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering at Northeastern University. She is also the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies in Chemical Engineering. In recognition of her research achievements, she recently received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award, for her “EMBRACE STEM (Endothelial MechanoBiology Research And multiCultural Education in STEM)” project. She has also been awarded the NIH Mentored Research Career Development Award (K01), for studying “Atheroprotective vs. Atherogenic Glycocalyx Mechanotransduction Mechanisms.”

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