Ty selected to NIH T32 Immunoengineering training program
Ty honored with a second year of NIH T32 Training Grant support
Congratulations to Ty Moeller who was selected to the Immuno-Engineering: Integrated Engineering and Immunology training program for a second year of funding support. The goal of this T32 training grant is to provide pre-doctoral students in engineering and immunology broad training in Immuno-engineering, from studying single molecules to whole animals, to improve the lives of patients. The unique aspect of this program is that training opportunities are available that enhance the interactions between engineers and immunologists, with a combination of 17 immunology and engineering faculty who will serve as faculty trainers. They represent a range of expertise including the innate immune response system, adaptive immune system, allergy, asthma, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, response to infectious agents, cell and tissue engineering, polymer chemistry, protein engineering, biomaterials, biocompatibility, drug delivery, molecular design, fluid dynamics, whole animal imaging, micro/nano-fabrication and technologies, and point-of-care technologies.
Read more about the program in the Cornell Chronicle: