Dr. Ping Wang featured on Ask the Expert

The Sugar Science connects type 1 diabetes focused scientists in a “digital café.” Dr. Wang spoke regarding his research and the Trends of nanotechnology in type 1 diabetes treatment.  

PHP sponsors Science Fest

Katie Powell, a staff member at PHP, organized a Science Fest for children and families (Grades K -7) to experience a wide variety of interactive science experiments. Each station gave kids an opportunity to participate in hands-on experiments… Read More

Erin Zaluzec awarded EIT fellowship

Erin, a graduate student in the PHP program, has been awarded a fellowship for the 2022 summer semester on behalf of the Doctoral Program in Environmental and Integrative Toxicological Sciences (EITS) of the Institute for Integrative Toxicology. This is the… Read More

Anna Moore awarded R21 grant by the National Cancer Institute

Dr. Anna Moore’s grant submission, titled Novel Prostate cancer therapy based on m-aconitase inhibition was funded by the National Cancer institute.  The project will span 3 years for a total funding amount of $419,814.   Abstract:  Treatment options for patients… Read More

Tahnia Quadri awarded funding by LBC

Tahnia Quadri, an undergrad student in Dr. Ping Wang’s lab, has been awarded funding for her project involving stem cell transplantation from the 2022 Lyman Briggs College Research support.

Dr. Ping Wang selected as a member for the Academy’s Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging (CECI²)

Dr. Ping Wang has been selected  to as an inductee to the Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research Council Early Career Investigators in Imaging (CECI2) class of 2022.   Since its establishment in 2014, the CECI² program… Read More

Srushti Pandya receives project funding

Srushti Pandya’s project regarding pancreatic cancer has been selected for funding from the Lyman Briggs College for Spring, 2022.  Srushti is an undergraduate student in the Sempere Lab.

De’Anna Tarleton chosen as a commencement speaker

PHP undergraduate student, De’Anna Tarleton, has been chosen as a commencement speaker for the Lyman Briggs College Class of 2022 Commencement on May 7th. She was chosen by the Lyman Briggs faculty and staff for her outstanding speech… Read More

Dr. Morteza Mahmoudi receives $2 million grant from NIH

  Building a better bandage With a $2 million grant from NIH, MSU is working to better understand and treat chronic wounds The National Institutes of Health has awarded Michigan State University’s Morteza Mahmoudi more than $2 million… Read More

Wang Lab members chosen for oral presentation at IWMPI 2022

The paper written by the Wang lab titled “In vivo tracking of inhaled nanomagnetosol delivery to the lungs using magnetic particle imaging” was accepted for an oral presentation by the International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging.  Dr. Saumya… Read More