We combine expertise in chemical and biomedical engineering to design biomaterials to control protein delivery to injured tissues.
The Knight Campus receives a second $500 million gift from Phil and Penny Knight! See more details and the video of the official announcement here.
Congratulations to John O’Hara-Smith for being awarded a T32 fellowship through the Molecular Biology and Biophysics Training Program!
We welcome Veronica Spaulding (Chemistry) and John O’Hara-Smith as the newest graduate students in the Hettiaratchi Lab!
Congratulations to Henry Hochstatter for winning a UO SPUR summer fellowship!
Ireland Johnson is featured on the Knight Campus website as a Maybelle Clark Macdonald Scholar!
The Hettiaratchi lab received a Medical Research Foundation New Investigator Award to develop angiogenic biomaterials!
Congratulations to Hons Rajabzadeh for winning an Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Mini-grant!
The Hettiaratchi lab is officially 1 year old!
We published our first review paper, led by graduate student Jonathan Dorogin, in the 2021 Emerging Investigators issue of Biomaterials Science.
Congratulations to Ireland Johnson for being named a Knight Campus Undergraduate Scholar!
September was a busy month for the Hettiaratchi lab – We moved into the new Knight Campus building!
The Hettiaratchi Lab receives a grant from the Collins Medical Trust to develop a biomaterial strategy to improve protein delivery to large bone fractures.
The lab officially opens its doors!