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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Society for Biomaterials: Student Poster Contest + Rapid Fire
Sponsorship Society for Biomaterials
Organizer(s) Roger Jagdish Narayan, University of North Carolina
Katelyn E. Swindle-Reilly, The Ohio State University
David Kohn, University of Michigan
Christopher Siedlecki, Penn State College of Medicine
Scope The Society for Biomaterials is pleased to sponsor an Undergraduate Student Poster Contest and a Graduate Student Poster Contest at this year’s MS&T Annual Meeting.

Undergraduate students are encouraged to present their undergraduate research experiences and utilize this opportunity to improve their communication skills. The work presented in the poster does not have to be performed at the student’s home institution, but could be, for example, from a project performed as part of a co-op experience, a summer internship, or a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) project.

The purpose of the graduate student poster contest is open to current graduate students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees and seeks to recognize superior research performed during graduate study.

The students will have the opportunity to provide a rapid fire talk during an oral presentation session to dicuss their poster.

Contest participants must satisfy the following qualifications:
* Authors must be full-time students.
* Authors must register to attend MS&T23 and be present to put-up and take-down the posters.
* Authors must be present during the scheduled judging in order to answer questions and discuss their work. (All contest entrants will be informed of the judging time in advance.)
* Posters should not exceed 3’ x 4’ (landscape) or 4’ x 3’ (portrait). If a poster exceeds this space, it will be neither presented nor eligible for the contest. (Authors will be assigned display numbers prior to the conference to designate where presentations should be posted.)

* Guide for Creating a Technical Poster

First, second and third places for the Undergraduate Student Poster Contest will be given in the amounts of $250, $150, and $100 respectively.

First, second and third places for the Graduate Student Poster Contest will be given in the amounts of $250, $150, and $100 respectively.

You must indicate whether you are a student (undergraduate or graduate) as this is a requirement. Your abstract will be rejected if you do not complete this field.


Abstracts Due 09/01/2023

C-13: Bioelectricity and Biomarker Acid Dual Targeting Fe3O4@Cu2-xS Nanoparticles for Photothermal Cancer Cell Killing
C-14: Bio-responsive Nanomedicine for Targeted Inhibition of NETosis in Treating Deep Vein Thrombosis
C-15: Blow Spinning of Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) and Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) Scaffolds Embedded with Zinc Halloysite Nanotubules (HNTs)
C-16: Carvacrol and Curcumin: Potential Therapeutic Agents for Bone Defects Treatment
C-17: Effect of Patient-specific Blood Biomarkers on Nanoparticle-cell Interactions
C-18: Electrochemical Performance of EF-hand Peptide Conjugated with Tyrosine as an Aptamer for the Biosensing of Rare Earth Elements
C-19: Formulation of Biodegradable Polysaccharide Blend As Replacement of Single Use Plastic
C-20: Identifying Fouling Mechanisms of Polyproline II Helix Peptides on Gold Surface
C-21: Improvement and Validation of Computational Model of Biliary Stent Behavior
C-22: Investigation of Strontium-Copper-Dopped Sol-gel Bioglass for Soft-tissue Repair
C-23: Loading and Elution Efficiency of T2DA Loaded on Electrospun Chitosan Decanoic and Hexanoic Modified Membranes via Soaking Method
C-25: Mixed Brownian Alignment and Néel Rotations in Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Suspensions Driven by an AC Field
C-26: Nanoparticle-based drug delivery for the degradation of recalcitrant blood clots
C-27: Natural Medicinal Compounds Enhance Osteogenic and Antibacterial Properties of Calcium Phosphate-coatedTitanium
C-28: Raman and SEM-EDAX Analysis of Lithium and Gallium Doped Silicate and Borosilicate Sol Gel Bio Glasses for Anti Inflammatory Response
C-29: Synthesis and Characterization of Mesoporous β-Tricalcium Phosphate Powders Using Spray Drying for Orthopedic Applications
C-30: The Flow Properties of Snake Venom
C-31: Evaluation of Hemostatic Properties of Procoagulant Synthetic Platelets
C-32: Detection of TIC-relevant Phenotypes with a Multichannel Miniaturized Dielectric Coagulometer Incorporating Bioactive Reagent-functionalized Electrodes

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