The Magin Lab for Bioinspired Pulmonary Engineering was awarded an NIH R01 for Hybrid Hydrogel Biomaterials Comprising Clickable Decellularized Extracellular Matrix for Engineering Dynamic 3D Models of Fibrosis for $2,575,209 as well as an NIH R21 for Engineering ex vivo models of lung cancer and chemoprevention for $399,830. Duncan Davis-Hall was granted an NIH F31 Fellowship in the amount of $111,060 and Donald Campbell was the first author on a publication titled, “Tissue-Informed Biomaterials to Advance Pulmonary Regenerative Medicine (link). Notably as well, Chelsea Magin received the 40 Gators Under 40 award for her alma mater the University of Florida link.
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