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Cameron_BloomquistCongratulations to DeSimone lab graduate student, Cameron Bloomquist, who was selected as the winner of the Biomaterials category of the Triangle Student Research Competition (TSRC) on October 5th! Bloomquist’s poster, “Design and Fabrication of Biodegradable Drug-Eluting Devices Using the 3D Printing Technique Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP),” focused on how design parameters—such as formulation of photopolymer resin, material properties of printed parts, and device geometry—influence drug release and degradation kinetics. A member of the DeSimone lab since 2013, Bloomquist is pursuing a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences in UNC’s Eshelman School of Pharmacy.

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 October 11, 2016