Congratulations to Victoria Albright for winning the 2019 College of Engineering Outstanding Graduate Student Award! Each year, the College of Engineering selects one doctoral student and one master’s student for this award. The recipients must demonstrate excellence above and beyond usual levels of achievement.
The Sukhishvili group’s research on stimuli-responsive biomedical soft materials has been highlighted on the Texas A&M Engineering website. The news article, titled “Rising temperatures: Sukhishvili and team develop novel biomedical soft materials”, provides updates for the group’s research and recent student accomplishments.
Read more here.
Undergraduate students led by Victoria Albright, Raman Hlushko, and Hanna Hlushko presented their research at the LAUNCH Undergraduate Research Expo on October 2, 2019. These students are part of the Aggie Research Program at Texas A&M.
Victoria led two research teams that each presented a poster. Danielle Yarbrough and Samantha Hernandez presented a poster titled “Modulating Drug Delivery via Polymer Interaction Strength”, and Jeremy Zheng and Christian Frey presented “Antimicrobial Coatings”.
Raman’s research team presented “Antioxidant Hydrogen-Bonded Coatings of Linear Synthetic Polyphenols”.
Led by Hanna, Brent Vela and William Zenor presented “Layer by Layer Assembled Coatings of Antioxidant Polymers” (pictured below).