MatMed

Laboratory for Materials in Medicine Pan Research Group at Illinois
Bioengineering at Illinois Engineering for Life University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

PanClan Lab Instagram

Welcome to our Instagram page! Like our page to get updates on the fantastic things our lab is up to and visit the full profile here!

Congratulations to Prof. Pan for being awarded the CMBE young investigator award!

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

 

Our research scientist and visiting scholar, Dr. Santosh Misra and @ketandighe presenting their poster at annual Health Care Engineering Systems Symposium (HCESC) at I-Hotel and Conference Center, Champaign-Illinois titled " Plasmonic "Ojogel" Kit for Detecting Corneal Integrity Post Glaucoma Surgery"

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

@enri_alejandro with the perfect groupfie, 2nd year running! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ˜Ž#labpartyyyy

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

https://www.instagram.com/p/BY3qhUIBvsK/?taken-by=thepanclan

Congratulations to @parpar3498 and @therealindrajit on passing their Qualifying exams! β˜ΊοΈπŸ™ŒπŸ» #Bioengineering #phdlife

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

 

Make sure you visit our exhibit at Beckman Insitute today. #eoh17

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

the Pan Clan presented their posters today at the midwest BMES conference held at UofI.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

@thepanclan recently presented their work at the Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference (MUACC). Part II

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

Pan Clan recently took part in MRF fall biological conference. Graduate students Youkabed and @aaron.schwartzduval bagged the first and second place respectively in Students category. Congratulations!!!!

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

Congratulations to out post-doc, Dr. Muhammad Shuja Khan on being awarded the EMBS-NSF Award for Young Professionals.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

The PanClan recently presented it's research at the 14th Annual CNST Nanotechnology workshop,May5-6,'16 held at UIUC. Our graduate, Aaron and postdoctoral researcher, Guru were awarded the third position and 'honorable mention' respectively!

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

 

Our PI, Dr Pan along with post doctoral fellow, Dr Santosh Misra were in the news. They are working along with Dr. Labriola, Carle ophthalmologist to build a portable sensor that can quickly and inexpensively determine whether an eye injury is mild or severe. Source: News Bureau, Illinois

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

https://instagram.com/p/-PKtjLuIUF/?taken-by=thepanclan

https://instagram.com/p/9wRXWZuIbp/

Looks like the skills of our undergrads extend well beyond the research!

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

Our postdoctoral associate, Dr. Santosh Misra presenting his poster at the annual BMES meet at Tampa,Florida titled "Personalized 3-D Printed Bio-Absorbable Drug Eluting Stent for the Treatment of Vascular Disease".

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

https://instagram.com/p/8yqoCCOIf4/

PartII: We describe an easy way of producing Carbon Nanoparticles that are small enough to evade the body's immune system, reflect light in the near-infrared range for easy detection, and carry payloads of pharmaceutical drugs to targeted tissues. Unlike other methods of making carbon Nanoparticles which require expensive equipment and purification processes which take days, the new process generates particles in a few hours and use only a handful of ingredients, including store-bought molasses.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

PartI: Our lab in collaboration with Dr. Rohit Bhargava's research lab recently published an article in the journal 'Small' on Tunable Luminescent Carbon Nanoparticles.This article was highlighted by many scientific news website and the links are available on our lab website.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

Graduate student Aaron Schwartz-Duval(Left) recently presented his work titled as "Polyvillic Nanostructures for Biomedical Applications: Snowflake inspired design through Supreme Control of Anisotropic growth" at the Graduate Student Seminar held at Beckmann Institute.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on

In our lab, we are driving to aid nanotechnology to quickly reach clinical use. Our research is multidisciplinary and applies principles of synthetic chemistry, molecular biology, engineering and medicine. Our lab is located on the 3rd floor of Mills Breast Cancer Institute.

A post shared by Pan Bioengineering Lab. @ UIUC (@thepanclan) on