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 past summer student Jonathan Yu for winning first place for his poster at the Dentistry Research Day!
Dr. Paul Santerre was a recipient of the 2016-2017 Connaught Innovation Award for ReFilx, a biodegradable breast tissue filler product.
The new cardiac patch project made possible by the interdisciplinary Translational Biology and Engineering Program (TBEP) has gained attention from the University of Toronto community.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Jennifer Chan, Alex Gulka, and a welcome BACK to Devika Jain, this year's new Santerre Lab members.
This summer, IBBME launched an outreach program for students entering Grades 8 and 9 called iBEAM, or IBBME Biomedical Engineering and Me.
Summer student Christopher Choquette tells us about his successful tech product that won an ILead Engineering Start Up competition.
We are very pleased to welcome four talented summer students to the lab this summer, three new students and one returning. Learn a bit about them!