Dr. John T. McDevitt, professor and chair of the Department of Biomaterials, presents the Wallace H. Coulter Award Lecture, titled "The Programmable Bio Nano Chip: A Game-Changer in Diagnostic Medicine?," at the 68th American Association of Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo.
John T. McDevitt, and his laboratory were featured on the Journal cover of the January 2015 issue of Cancer Prevention Research
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NYU has recently established state-of-the-art biotechnology programs with a major emphasis on efforts that integrate the life sciences with physical, bioengineering and computational science. The NYU Biomaterials program has significant strength in dental implants, bio-imaging, bio-printing, bone-soft tissue interfaces, bioinspired materials synthesis, biosensors, and biomechanics, among other research topics. The program bridges between nanotechnology, dental, nursing, and bioengineering with emphasis of development of a new biomaterials base for enhanced human health.