12th Annual Fred S. Grodins Graduate Research Symposium

where Biomedical Engineering graduate students of the University of Southern California
showcase their research

April 5th, 2008 at:
USC Galen Center
Committee Members

Suvimol "Ming" Sangkatumvong, Diana Sabogal (Staff), Phillip Hendrickson, Brittany Kay,
Mischal Diasanta (Staff), V Tim Nayar, Jay Mung, Christian Gutierrez


Grodins Graduate Award:
Lisong Ai

Platform First Place:
Ronalee Lo – A Passive Refillable MEMS Ocular Drug Delivery Device

Platform Runner-Up:
Joy Hsu – Animal to Human Scaling of Anticancer Drug Pharmacokinetics via a Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model

Platform Runner-Up:
Markus Hauschild – Restoring Reaching Movements Using Signals from Posterior Parietal Cortex

USC Stevens Institute "Most Innovative" Research Award:
Ronalee Lo – A Passive Refillable MEMS Ocular Drug Delivery Device

Poster Awards:

First Prize
Jeremy Fishel – Measurement of Sliding Friction-Induced Vibrations for Tactile Feedback Control

Gabriela Mallén-Ornelas – A MEMS Microfluidic Platform for Focal Chemical Stimulation

Bosun Kwon – Modified Gelatin Crosslinked with Silane as Delivery carriers


Published on November 13th, 2017

Last updated on March 29th, 2021