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Debra Auguste


Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Bioresponsive drug delivery; cell and tissue engineering; tissue architecture; targeted therapeutics

Sidi A. Bencherif


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

polymer chemistry and engineering; biomaterials; biomedical engineering; drug delivery; tissue engineering; regenerative medicine; immunotherapy; immunoengineering; vaccines

Rebecca L. Carrier


Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

intestinal tissue engineering, retinal regenerative medicine, oral drug delivery

Arthur J. Coury


University Distinguished Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Polymeric biomaterials for medical products such as implantable electronic devices, hydrogel-based devices and drug delivery systems

Eno E. Ebong


Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, 
jointly appointed in Chemical Engineering & Bioengineering

Studying the means by which endothelial cell mechanotransduction occurs in order to prevent or promote diseases related to blood vessel dysfunction

Adam Ekenseair


Associate Teaching Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

synthesis and application of novel polymeric biomaterials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Hicham Fenniri


Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Nanomaterials science and engineering, supramolecular chemistry, theranostics, targeted drug delivery, sensors

Joshua Gallaway


DiPietro Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Electrochemical engineering, batteries and energy storage, and energy sustainability.

Sara M. Hashmi


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Complex fluids, biomaterials & soft materials: manipulation of nanoscale and single-particle properties to control macroscale transport & assembly; microfluidics for biomedical, pharmaceutical & energy applications

Francisco Hung


Associate Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Molecular modeling of interfacial and solvated systems relevant to materials, manufacturing, energy and the environment

Andrew Jones


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

Systems engineering approaches to understand the impact of engineered and environmental stresses on bacteria life cycles with applications in health, ecology, water, and wastewater treatment.

Ryan Koppes


Assistant Professor, 
Chemical Engineering

neural interface technology, tissue engineering, and musculoskeletal biomechanics

Laura H. Lewis


Distinguished University and Cabot Professor, 
jointly appointed in Chemical Engineering & Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Structure-property relationships in magnetofunctional materials for energy transformations including advanced permanent magnet materials and magnetocaloric materials; strategic materials and supply chains for technological application

Steve Lustig


Associate Professor & Associate Chair of Research, 
Chemical Engineering

design and manipulation of molecular/materials chemistry and structure for new property discovery, new functionality and technology development by combining theoretical and experimental methods; high performance computing, quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics, polymer physics, materials and biomolecular engineering

Ming Su


Professor & Associate Chair of International Collaborations, 
Chemical Engineering

phase change nanoparticles, nanomedicines, biomarker detections, nanoparticle-enhanced radiation therapy, heat transfer, covert barcodes, nano enhanced process

Thomas J. Webster


Professor, Art Zafiropoulo Chair in Engineering, 
Chemical Engineering

design, synthesis, and evaluation of nanomaterials for various medical applications, including self-assembled chemistries, nanoparticles, nanotubes, and nanostructured surfaces

Ronald J. Willey


Professor & Associate Chair, 
Chemical Engineering

Process safety and catalysis (industrial)
Rebecca Willits

Rebecca Willits


Professor and Chairperson, 
Chemical Engineering

Mechanobiology of neural systems; Systems for nerve regeneration; Diversity and equity in engineering