10/10/2018: A third congratulation goes to Kennan Hooker who received his first INBRE IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Award for the AY 18/19.
10/09/2018: We also congratulate Kendra Hergett for receiving an USP travel grant to present her research at BMES and the INBRE IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Award for the AY 18/19.
10/08/2018: Congratulation to Derek Judge for receiving the AIRO/EMPower, INBRE IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Award for the AY 18/19.
10/17-20/2018: The Kunze Lab will be attending and presenting at the BMES Meeting in Atlanta!
09/01/2018: The Kunze Lab welcomes two new undergraduates Hammad and Xingxi from Electrical and Computer Engineering. [link]
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Research projects in the Kunze Lab live at the interface between micro- and nano-engineered tools and neuroscience with the scope of understanding the role and function of the brain microstructure in healthy brains and during the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.
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