2018

Dr. Rohit Bhargava named as Researcher to Know

Dr. Rohit Bhargava named as IST Coalition's Reasearchers to Know 2018

October 11, 2018

CCIL Director Rohit Bhargava was named to the IST Coalition's Researchers to Know 2018! This list highlights university researchers who have made a significant impact in their field and are driving innovation in Illinois.

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Dr. Ayanjeet Ghosh begins as an Associate Professor at the University of Alabama

Dr. Ayanjeet Ghosh: Assistant Professor

August 15, 2018

Congratulations to Dr. Ayanjeet Ghosh on beginning his new position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the Univeristy of Alabama!

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Saumya Tiwari successfullly defends dissertation

Saumya Tiwari's Defense and PostDoctoral Position

August 6, 2018

Congratulations to Saumya Tiwari on her successful dissertation defense and new position at the University of California San Diego, as a Postdoctoral Fellow. We wish you the best on your new professional adventure!

Future Environments: Cancer Microenvironments with Rohit Bhargava

July 31, 2018

The Beckman Institute

Rohit Bhargava, a professor of bioengineering, explains how chemical imaging, machine learning, and 3D printing are changing how we think about and fight cancer. By studying microenvironments, scientists hope to better predict and fight cancer growth.

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3-D printing machine could be medical breakthrough

July 18, 2018

Emily Braun - WCIA

A 3D printing machine developed by Beckman researchers could provide the medical breakthrough to fight cancer.

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Newest Paper published in <em>Macromolecules</em>

All-Digital Pathology of Tumor and Microenvironment Achieved

June 28, 2018

Laura Schmitt

Illinois Founder Professor Rohit Bhargava and Bioengineering graduate students Shachi Mittal and Kevin Yeh have developed a novel imaging method that simultaneously sub-types cancer cells and the tumor microenvironment. They presented at the International Society of Clinical Spectroscopy SPEC 2018 conference in Glasgow in June.

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Newest Paper published in <em>Macromolecules</em>

3-D printed sugar scaffolds offer sweet solution for tissue engineering, device manufacturing

May 23, 2018

Liz Ahlberg Touchstone - News Bureau

Illinois professor Rohit Bhargava and Ph.D. graduate Matthew Gelber developed a free-form 3-D printer that can create scaffoldings out of sugar for tissue engineering and manufacturing applications.

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Newest Paper published in <em>Macromolecules</em>

Newest Paper published in Macromolecules

May 11, 2018

Macromolecules

"Relating Post-yield Mechanical Behavior in Polyethylenes to Spatially Varying Molecular Deformation Using Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging: Homopolymers" is the latest publication from the CISL group. Authors include Rohit Bhargava, Ayanjeet Ghosh, Prabuddha Mukherjee, Nicolas Spegazzini, and collaborators from Chevron-Phillps.

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Jim McGraw named Office Professional of the Year

Jim McGraw named Office Professional of the Year

April 18, 2018

The Secretariat

Congratulations to Jim McGraw for being awarded the prestigious Office Professional of the Year award by The Secretariat. He was up against fierce competition and his nomination by Dr. Bhargava made him stand out. Congratulations to Jim and the other nominees!

Shachi Mittal Awarded Nadine Barrie Memorial Fellowship

Shachi Mittal Awarded Nadine Barrie Memorial Fellowship

April 13, 2018

The Beckman Institute

Congratulations to Shachi Mittal for being awarded the Nadine Barrie Smith Memorial Fellowship! The fund provides fellowships to female engineering graduate students who are conducting research in the general field of medical imaging.

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Prarie Dragon Paddler Event

Sing for the Health of It! Raises Awareness

April 6, 2018

Ty Batemon - Illinoishomepage.net

Prairie Dragon Paddlers hosted its inaugural event Sing for the Health of It. The Paddlers are the first Illinois Dragon Boat Team. It's made up of breast cancer survivors.The night was dedicated to the cause. Some singers performed in honor of a loved one who had the disease. This is all part of the paddlers' goals.

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Why Cancer Needs Engineering

Why Cancer Needs Engineering

January 30, 2018

Mike Koon

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has a critical mass of researchers—both in natural sciences and engineering—committed to leading the way in finding next generation solutions to cancer and other medical challenges.

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CSP Graduating Cohort

Now Seniors, First Cohort of Cancer Scholars Set to Graduate

January 8, 2018

Mike Koon

Congratulations to Pierce Hadley and Miranda Dawson for being among the first cohort of Cancer Scholars to graduate!

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