Dr. Benhabbour’s laboratory is in the UNC-Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the Division of Molecular Pharmaceutics and is part of the Center in Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery (CNDD). Our lab collaborates with experts in the fields of oncology and HIV … Continued
The Polacheck laboratory is an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers who build microfluidic models of human tissues. We use these human microtissue models to study how cells interact with their environment and how these interactions are disrupted in diseases … Continued
Our lab is interested in the nonlinear propagation of ultrasound and mechanical waves and their applications to medical imaging and therapy. Our research has been motivated by the observation that for intense sources the speed of wave propagation is no … Continued
Life is animate and three-dimensional. Our lab develops tools to better understand living specimens at single molecule, cellular, and tissue level length scales. This work exists at the interface of physics, engineering and biology and is highly collaborative. The lab … Continued
The Greenbaum Lab is an emerging advanced bio-imaging and computational lab. We are a multidisciplinary lab that focuses on the development of complex imaging devices and algorithms to advance 3D profiling of intact organs to answer biological questions regarding aging … Continued
The Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory investigates the control mechanism of neuromuscular system in normal and neurologically disordered persons, develops advanced neural-machine interfacing technologies, and applies these techniques to neural control of prosthetics, orthotics, computers, and other assistive devices.
The ABL specializes in the neuromuscular biomechanics of human movement, with an emphasis on aging and disease-related mobility impairment. The lab’s primary research seeks to discover the musculoskeletal and sensorimotor adaptations that underlie a loss of independent mobility, and to … Continued
The Zaharoff Lab focuses on the development of innovative, translatable vaccine and immunotherapy delivery platforms that will have high clinical impact in an immediate timeframe. Our multidisciplinary research program utilizes the engineering design process to develop novel biomaterials-based strategies for … Continued