Arjun and Jack present their work at the 2011 AIChE conference in Minneapolis

October 20, 2011 at 6:29 am Leave a comment

I believe a “pat-on-the-back” and a statement of “nicely-done” is in order for Arjun Adhikari and Jack Chai.  This week, the two of them took the journey to Minneapolis, Minnesota to present their work at the 2011 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) conference.  Arjun’s talk was titled “Mechanical Strain Decreases the Rate of Fibrin Gel Degradation by Plasmin” and Jack’s talk was titled “Monitoring the Effect of Mechanical Load on Fibronectin Conformation Using 3-D Magnetic Tweezers.”  Both of their presentations were warmly received and we congratulate them on this milestone towards academic and intellectual maturity.  I cannot say enough to commend their efforts and highlight the exquisite nature of their work, especially the fibrin project data analysis 😉

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