Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff, appointed the Morton Goldberg Professor of Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute.
August, 2016 – Acceptance of the Morton Goldberg, MD Professorship in Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University. “Bench to Bedside: Moving Science Fiction into Scientific Discovery”Read More
Developing a pro-regenerative biomaterial scaffold microenvironment requires T helper 2 cells
Kaitlyn Sadtler, PhD – Published in Science Engineering a healing immune response Infections, surgeries, and trauma can all cause major tissue damage. Biomaterial scaffolds, which help to guide regenerating tissue, are an exciting emerging therapeutic strategy to promote tissue repair. Sadtler et al. tested how…Read More
Congratulations to Jake Simson who recently graduated and received his PhD
Congratulations to Jake Simson who recently graduated and received his PhD from The Johns Hopkins University. He will be leaving Dr. Elisseeff’s lab mid June to pursue his career. Best wishes to Tara Deans who has been a Postdoc here in the Elisseeff Lab over…Read More
President’s Circle of the National Academies
In May 2012 Dr. Elisseeff attended the President’s Circle at the National Academy in DC, a stimulating event with speakers discussing topics ranging from energy, nuclear, design, and STEM education.Read More