Hammond Lab microneedle research featured in the news
This research investigates quick and pain-free delivery of vaccines and medications on a microneedle patch
New article featured on the cover of BioTM
This work describes progress in layer-by-layer nanoparticles for targeting ovarian cancer
Paula Hammond discusses discovery and diversity on C&EN
Chemical engineer Paula T. Hammond on discovery and diversity
Paula Hammond and colleagues develop new optical imaging system to find tiny tumors [MIT News]
Near-infrared technology pinpoints fluorescent probes deep within living tissue; may be used to detect cancer earlier.
Brett Geiger’s work featured in the Boston Globe and MIT News
Brett Geiger’s work on drug delivery for treatment of osteoarthritis has been featured in the Boston Globe and MIT News!
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Paula Hammond’s research featured on MGH’s Proto Magazine
Paula Hammond’s research on ovarian cancer and her collaboration with profs. Belcher and Bahtia featured on MGH’s Proto Magazine.
Paula featured in MIT News
Paula and her work in nanoscale biomaterials are featured on MIT news and the MIT Technology Review.
Jiahe Li’s work featured on MIT front page
Jiahe’s work on the coassembly of mRNA and the translation helper protein, poly(A) binding protein, for enhanced mRNA delivery is featured as the news spotlight on the MIT frontpage, and published in Angewandte Chemie…
Paula receives 2018 ACS National Award in Applied Polymer Science
Paula will receive the ACS National Award in Applied Polymer Science in 2018, which recognizes and encourages the achievements of scientists active in the fields of polymer and polymer materials research. Congratulations to Paula for her outstanding contributions to polymer science and…
Paula elected to National Academy of Engineering!
Paula has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, for her “contributions to self-assembly of polyelectrolytes, colloids, and block copolymers at surfaces and interfaces for energy and health care applications.” Congratulations!!
Paula elected to National Academy of Medicine!
A big congratulations to Paula – she has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine!
Anasuya featured on MIT homepage
PhD student Anasuya Mandal was featured on the MIT homepage in a story highlighting her research and experiences at MIT
Jouha’s work featured on the cover of ACS Nano
Jouha’s work on dual therapy LbL coatings for prosthetic infections has been featured on the cover of ACS Nano and C&EN News. Congratulations!
A new superweapon in the fight against cancer
Cancer is a very clever, adaptable disease. To defeat it, says medical researcher and educator Paula Hammond, we need a new and powerful mode of attack. With her colleagues at MIT, Hammond engineered a nanoparticle one-hundredth the size of a human hair that can treat the most aggressive, drug-…
Top cancer researcher on achieving ‘Moonshot’
Prof. Paula T. Hammond joins Andrea Mitchell to share her priorities in how to find a cure for cancer.
Congratulations to Bryan for cover of ACS Nano
Bryan Hsu’s paper on hemostat peptide layer-by-layer films was highlighted on the front cover of ACS NANO. Congratulations, Bryan!!
Congratulations to Erik for cover of Clinical Cancer Research
Erik’s paper on synergistic blockade with a layer-by-layer nanoparticle was chosen for the cover of Clinical Cancer Research! Many Congratulations, Erik!
Paula Hammond named head of Department of Chemical Engineering
Paula T. Hammond, the David H. Koch Professor in Engineering, has been named the new head of the Department of Chemical Engineering (ChemE), effective July 13. She is the first woman and first person of color appointed to the post.
Bandage Releases Multiple Drugs Over Time
Bryan Hsu’s recent work in ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering on release of antibiotics and hemostats was featured in Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN).
Smart bandage could save lives
When someone suffers a serious injury, timing can literally be a matter of life or death. Blood loss must be tackled immediately, but care must also be taken to prevent infection of the wound. Chemical enginners working at MIT have developed a dual-function ‘smart’ bandage’…
Nisarg Shah selected for Global Young Scientists Summit in Singapore
Recent PhD graduate Nisarg Shah was selected as the PhD from MIT to attend the Global Young Scientists Summit in Singapore.
Mohi Quadir wins Koch Misrock Postdoctoral Fellowship
Postdoc Mohi Quadir has received the 2015 Koch Misrock Postdoctoral Fellowship, awarded to postdoctoral fellows making promising advances in nanotechnology-based cancer research.
Kasper Renggli wins TERMIS-AM Travel Award
Kasper Renggli received the TERMIS-AM Travel Award for the TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society) conference in December 2014.
Alumni Kris Wood receives Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation Early Career Award
Alumni Kris Wood (PhD 2007), a faculty member at Duke University, has won the 2015 Liz Tilberis Early Career Award from the Ovarian Cancer…
Alumni Peter DeMuth wins first prize for Quadrant Award
Alumni Peter DeMuth (PhD 2013) has won the first prize for the Quadrant Award, which rewards academic excellence by…
“Implantable pharmacy” image wins Koch Image Award Competition
Recent PhD graduate Nisarg Shah and postdoc Nasim Hyder have won the Koch Image Award Competition for their “implantable pharmacy” image, to be presented at the Koch Image Award ceremony Wtih/InSight on March 11.
Tissue Scaffold Coated with Bone Growth Factors featured on MIT homepage
The work of recent Ph.D. graduate Nisarg Shah and postdocs Nasim Hyder and Mohi Quaddir on porous tissue scaffolds coated with bone growth factors platelet-derived growth factor and bone morphogenetic protein 2 was featured on the…
Solar Cells from Old Car Batteries featured on MIT homepage and The Washington Post
The work of joint Hammond and Belcher labs graduate student Po-Yen Chen on recycling old car batteries into efficient solar cells…
Viral Hydrogels for 3D Conducting Nanocomposites Featured on Front Cover of Advanced Materials
The work of joint Hammond and Belcher labs graduate student Po-Yen Chen, along with other Hammond group members Nasim Hyder and Noémie Dorval Courchesne, on viral hydrogels for designing 3D porous polyaniline nanostructures that incorporate…
The work of Bryan Hsu, a recent PhD graduate from the Hammond lab, on biodegradable LbL films for localized drug delivery sustained for over a year was featured…
Faculty highlight: Paula Hammond
Engineering tiny paths to cancer treatment, bone regrowth, and wound healing, Paula Hammond serves as an exemplary researcher-educator within the MIT community.
Newly minted Doctors David Liu, Nisarg Shah, and Kittipong Saetia at the Hooding Ceremony
Congratulations to our newest PhD graduate: Dr. David Liu!
Watch a video of his defense here: Controlling the Mechanical and Transport Properties of Layer-by-Layer Films and Electrospun Mat Composite Membranes for Fuel Cell Applications
Congratulations to Sam Raredon for defending his Master’s thesis!
Congratulations to our newest PhD graduate: Dr. Nisarg Shah!
You can watch a video of his defense talk here: Driving Tissue Morphogenic Cascades from…
This SEM image of a biocompatible and conductive polymer structure created by postdocs Julio D’Arcy and Erik…
Welcome to our new group members!
Welcome to the graduate students joining our group: Wade Wang from Chemistry, and Connie Wu and Andrew Zmolek from Chemical Engineering.
ACS Nano article on LbL siRNA/chemotherapy combination nanoparticles receives a lot of attention in the press ACS Nano article on LbL siRNA/chemotherapy combination nanoparticles was featured in the news:
Congratulations to Nisarg for winning the Collegiate Inventors Silver Award!
Nisarg Shah won the Collegiate Inventors Silver Award for his invention, “A Bioactive Interface for Implant Bonding and Tissue Repair”. As a Finalist in this prestigious and highly competitive national competition, he traveled to Washington DC to present to the most influential patent and…
Congratulations to Julia for winning the AIChE Undergraduate Poster Contest!
Julia Sun, an undergraduate research group member working on growth factor containing thin films for wound healing with postdoc Ben Almquist, won first place in the AIChE Undergraduate Poster Contest at the 2013 Annual Meeting.
Prof. Hammond wins the AIChE Charles M. A. Stine Award!
Congratulations to Professor Hammond for winning the AIChE Charles M. A. Stine Award!
Congratulations to group alum Kevin Krogman and his team at Svaya Nanotechnologies …
“Scalable Manufacture of Built to Order Nanomedicine” featured by Adv. Mater. and the MIT News Office
Stephen Morton and coworkers’ article “Scalable Manufacture of Built to Order Nanomedicine” was featured on the frontispiece of …
Article on tunable multilayered implant coatings featured in the news!
Nisarg Shah and coworkers’ article “Surface-Mediated Bone Tissue Morphogenesis from Tunable Nanolayered Implant Coatings” was featured in the news.