Hubel Research Group

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*We are looking for graduate students to join our lab!  We're pretty cool ❄️

Advancing the science, technology, and practice of bio-preservation

The Hubel group is part of the biopreservation core resource (BioCoR), Advanced Technologies for the Preservation of Biological Systems (ATP-Bio), and some of our work is now commercialized through Evia Bio

Our research!

  • DMSO-free preservation of cells and tissues
  • Molecular mechanisms of damage or stabilization during freezing
  • Protocol development
  • Post-thaw assay development
  • Automation of preservation protocols
  • Low temperature imaging of biological systems
  • Microfluidics and transport in microfluidic channels

 

News / Blog

Welcome Akshat and Nikhil!

11/24/2021 - 08:00

We welcome Akshat Mallya and Nikhil Bhardwaj to our group!  Akshat is a PhD student in mechanical engineering and Nikhil is a Masters student in biomedical engineering

Congrats President Hubel!

10/26/2021 - 08:00

Allison is the president-elect of the Society for Cryobiology!  

From the executive director Nicole Evans:  "Allison will become the first female President of the Society for Cryobiology which is notable and to be celebrated. I have no doubt she will serve as an inspiration to many young women cryobiologists to put themselves forward for leadership positions within the Society in years to come."

Congrats Allison!

Congrats Dr. Li!

09/22/2021 - 13:00

Rui Li successfully defended her thesis "Mechanistic Investigation of Cell Cryopreservation Aided by Raman Spectroscopy: Challenges and Solutions for hiPSC Technologies", congrats *Doctor* Li!

Welcome back Maddy and Kyle!

09/07/2021 - 08:00

Maddy Wagner and Kyle Knofczynski have returned from their summer internships to continue their honors thesis work, good luck Maddy and Kyle!