News

September 9, 2019
Collaborative Research in Drug Delivery       A Research Symposium on the Occasion of Mark Saltzman’s 60th Birthday    September 21, 2019 TAC Auditorium Yale Medical School...
Yale researchers are working to cure inherited defects in fetal mice by editing their genes with a single injection of DNA and PNA, a synthetic material that mimics DNA.
June 29, 2018
By REBECCA LURYE   A gene-editing experiment at Yale University successfully cured mice of a blood disorder that could lead to anemia, researchers said this week. It...
Image of nanoparticles accumulating in the liver of a fetal mouse.
June 26, 2018
By William Weir With the combined efforts of three Yale laboratories, researchers conducted the first demonstration of site-specific gene editing in a fetus, correcting a...
February 18, 2018
Amy Xiong Feb 18, 2018 Staff Reporter Mark Saltzman, the founding chair of the School of Engineering & Applied Science’s Department of Biomedical Engineering and the head...
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February 13, 2018
National Academy of Engineering Elects 83 Members and 16 Foreign Members FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wed, February 07, 2018 Washington, DC, February 07, 2018 — The National Academy...
January 8, 2018
By Ziba Kashef january 8, 2018     A team of Yale researchers tested a new chemical compound that suppresses HIV, protects immune cells, and remains effective for weeks...
An example of nanoparticle accumulations in a biopsy taken from a human kidney stained with vasculature. The vascular-targeted nanoparticles are in red; control non-targeted particles are in green. (Photo by Jenna DiRito and Gregory T. Tietjen)
November 29, 2017
By William Weir November 29, 2017   By combining the use of drug-carrying nanoparticles with an organ-preserving machine, Yale researchers have developed a procedure that...

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Drug Delivery
Gene Therapy
Tissue Engineering

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Department of Biomedical Engineering  |  Yale University
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For More Information

If you are interested in learning more about open positions in our lab, please e-mail Mark Saltzman.

For Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in a research position in our lab! We have an application process to help match interested students with mentors and current research projects. Submission of applications are rolling, but we will review all applications on September 14th (fall term) and January 18th (spring and summer term). If you have any questions about the application, please contact Melanie.reschke@yale.edu. We look forward to receiving your application.

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