Students in the joint PhD program can select faculty mentors at Oregon State University (listed below) or at the University of Oregon. At this time, MS students can only select faculty mentors from OSU.
Interests: The Fogg Lab aims to develop and exploit high throughput in vitro 3D models of cancer in order to identify novel druggable targets, improve treatment selection of current therapeutics, and reprogram the immune system in the metastatic niche
Interests: Predicting treatment outcomes for intervertebral disc regenerative and surgical therapies., Interests: Utilizing MRI, image processing, mathematical modeling, tissue engineering, drug delivery, and surgery to study transport phenomena in vivo.
Interests: Our lab integrates noninvasive observational and analytical technology with tissue analysis to: , Interests: 1. better understand pathophysiology of chronic disease and injury conditions, Interests: 2. advance preclinical model assessment for better translational efficacy, and , Interests: 3. understand and minimize experimental bias
Interests: Our research is centered around 4 major themes that include: 1) designing nanoscale materials for biomedical and environmental applications , Interests: 2) studying nanoparticle-biological interactions and nanotoxicology, Interests: 3) developing diagnostic assays and systems to monitor disease states and therapeutic response, Interests: 4) systems for imaging and targeted drug delivery