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NYC

BEC

New York City Biomaterials Eating Club

Welcome to the New York City Biomaterials Eating Club, an initiative designed to foster a vibrant, collaborative community within the bustling biomaterials research ecosystem of New York City.

 

Our mission is to break down inter-institutional barriers and cultivate a space where ideas and innovations flourish through regular, informal research seminars and events. By uniting researchers, trainees, educators, and industry professionals from diverse backgrounds and institutions, we aim to facilitate knowledge exchange, build synergistic relationships, and advance biomaterials research. Drawing inspiration from the rich tradition of salon-style gatherings, our club aspires to create an intellectually stimulating environment that encourages thought-provoking discussions and the free exchange of ideas related to biomaterials and their applications. Together, we are committed to enriching the local biomaterials community, promoting inclusivity, and accelerating scientific breakthroughs.

 

Below you’ll see labs across Columbia, NYU, Mt. Sinai, and City College who are members of NYC.BEC. If you’re a PI in the NYC area who is interested in participating in NYC.BEC activities, please contact us!

de Lazaro Lab (NanoBioEngineering for Tissue Reprogramming)

Irene de Lazaro

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Biomedical Engineering
New York University

Our lab designs, develops, and applies nanoscale and bioengineering tools to understand and manipulate cell fate and function. Our ultimate goal is to help the body regenerate and fight disease better.

de Lazaro Lab (NanoBioEngineering for Tissue Reprogramming)

Irene de Lazaro

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Biomedical Engineering
New York University

Our lab designs, develops, and applies nanoscale and bioengineering tools to understand and manipulate cell fate and function. Our ultimate goal is to help the body regenerate and fight disease better.

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de Lazaro Lab (NanoBioEngineering for Tissue Reprogramming)

Irene de Lazaro

@

Biomedical Engineering
New York University

Our lab designs, develops, and applies nanoscale and bioengineering tools to understand and manipulate cell fate and function. Our ultimate goal is to help the body regenerate and fight disease better.

Contact
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