The Santerre lab engages in multidisciplinary, dynamic, and exciting research encompassing the fields of polymer synthesis, biomaterial design, tissue engineering, and drug delivery. With a focus on technologies with potential clinical impact, the ultimate goal of the lab's members and their research is to generate biomaterials innovation to benefit the clinic, the biomedical engineering industry, and society. Learn more about the research being done in the lab here.
News from the Lab
Congratulations to the Santerre Lab’s four most recent graduates!
Paul Santerre and lab members Meghan Wright and Xiaoqing Zhang attended the 5th World Congress of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) in Kyoto, Japan
All current PhD candidates in the Santerre lab are being supported by NSERC scholarships!
Summer research students at the Santerre Lab reflect on their experiences.
Polumiros (Soror and Kyle's startup) was featured in the U of T newsletter.
The cardiac patch project and bone tape project from the Santerre Lab were among several projects that received new federal funding for collaborative health research projects.
Meghan, Mike L and Jennifer led an interactive workshop on biomaterials for iBEAM, a biomedical engineering outreach program for middle school students.