The Munson Lab is excited to be presenting at BMES in Atlanta! Check out our posters and presentations in three tracks (Neural engineering, Imaging and Instrumentation, and Cancer Technologies):
Jenny Munson, PhD along with Shelly Peyton, PhD: 2D or not 2D: whether to culture MDAMB231 in the third dimension. Poster 631
Chase Cornelison, PhD: Interstitial flow stimulates glial cells to promote glioma invasion: Implications for glioma therapy. Podium presentation. 1:30 PM in Room A303.
Caleb Stine: Design of an adapter for high-throughput interrogation of multiple interstitial flow velocities. Poster 549.
Collaboration with Rebecca Pompano, PhD's lab, presented by her postdoc, Sangjo Shim, PhD: Microfluidic Device for Two-Way Tumor-Lymph Node Communication. Poster 534.
Jenny Munson, PhD: Use of MRI to measure and map interstitial fluid flow in the glioma microenvironment: correlation to anatomical and histological features. Podium presentation. 1:30 in Room A315.
Also, stop by the VT-WF booth to pick up some swag and talk to us about our graduate program. The Munson Lab is actively recruiting graduate students and postdoctoral research associates!