Hubel Research Group

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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

 

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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