Preservation Short Course in May - Save the Date!
The Preservation of Cellular Therapies course started by Allison is on May 23rd-24th. Registration is open for this top notch short course is open!
Adam Presenting at the DES Conference in Portugal!
Adam will be giving an oral presentation at the 3rd International Meeting on Deep Eutectic Systems in Lisbon!
New Paper Alert!
Troy's, Maddy's, and Rui's work with image and partitioning analysis of Raman cryomicroscopy data was published in Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences!
Walleye Tank Winners!
Allison's startup, Evia Bio, won the Walleye Tank: Ice Fishing Edition pitch competition at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester! Check out the LinkedIn post!
Allison Reaches 4000 Citations!
Allison recently broke 4000 citations, congrats cryobiology president Allison!
Allison Gave a Talk at the BioMAN Summit in Boston!
Allison gave a talk at the BioMAN Summit (Biomanufacturing Consortium) on algorithm based optimization of DMSO-free preservation!
New Paper Alert!
Adam's and Tessa's work with naturally occurring deep eutectic systems (NADES) has been published in the Journal of Molecular Liquids!
CRYO2023 in Minneapolis!
Troy passes ME prelims!
Troy passed his preliminary exams officially becoming a PhD candidate in the mechanical engineering program! Congrats Troy!
Tessa passes BMEN prelims!
Tessa passed their preliminary exams officially becoming a PhD candidate in the biomedical engineering program! Congrats Tessa!
Kyle defends honors thesis!
Kyle successfully defended his honors thesis "Exploring the Role of Amino Acids in NADES-based Cryoprotectants"! Good work Kyle!
New equipment alert!
The Hubel lab got a fancy automated cell counter - the Countess FL 3! This enables top notch counts and high quality control for fluorescent cell counts post-thaw! 😎
Maddy defends honors thesis!
Maddy Wagner successfully defended her honors thesis "Characterizing Membrane Partitioning and Heterogeneity of DMSO Using Low-Temperature Raman Spectroscopy"! Awesome work Maddy!
Akshat passed his quals!
Akshat passed his mechanical engineering qualification exams crossing a big hurdle in the PhD program, congrats Akshat!
Allison & Alumni at Allogeneic Cell Therapies Summit!
Allison and two alumni, Katie Pollock and Chia-Hsing Pi, will be speakers at the 2022 Allogeneic Cell Therapies Summit in Boston! Check out Track 4 here
New Controlled Rate Freezer!
The Hubel lab now has another Planar Kryo 560 controlled rate freezer expanding our preservation research capabilities! Thank you Scientific Resources Southwest for managing delivery!
New publication alert!
Allison's paper on long‑term storage of gametes and gonadal tissues at room temperatures has been published in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics!
New Paper on Sensory Neurons!
Rui's paper on developmental stage specific cryopreservation challenges of sensory neurons has been published in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, congrats Rui!
Welcome Akshat and Nikhil!
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!
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."