ASU Full Circle recently highlighted the emerging Molecular, Tissue, and Cellular Bioengineering (MCTB) community at ASU and the second annual MCTB Symposium, co-chaired by Karmella Haynes.
J. Kullman, 07.27.17, ASU Full Circle: There are more technically precise descriptions of what’s at the core of a growing trend broadening the horizons of biomedical engineering than “the soft, squishy side of bioengineering.” But Karmella Haynes and Kaushal Rege still like the way that sums up what they and about 20 other Arizona State University faculty members are increasingly focusing on in their research and teaching.”
Read more at ASU Full Circle.
Dr. Haynes received an award for SBHSE Outstanding Assistant Professor 2016-2017. Awardees are evaluated based on yearly performance and selected by the Director of the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.
Dr. Haynes was invited to present her research in the seminar series Recent Advances in Biology hosted by the Biology Department at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The organizers of Recent Advances in Biology invite select speakers from other Universities to addresses issues and advances in biological research. The presentations expose students to the latest discoveries in a wide range of biological disciplines. Dr. Haynes will present a talk on engineering proteins to control gene expression in cancer cells on Monday, April 10.
Karmella Haynes was selected as The Scientist magazine’s December Scientist to Watch.
“In 2011, at the Fifth International Meeting on Synthetic Biology in Stanford, California, Karmella Haynes arrived at the designated spot to display her poster. Rather than standing idly by, however, she set the board on an easel, whipped out a paintbrush, and turned science into art.”
Read the full article, Turning the Dials, written by Kerry Grens, at The Scientist online.
N. Pierce & J. Kullman, 02.21.2012, ASU News: Haynes, who joined Arizona State University last year as an assistant professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, one of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, was recently elected for a two-year term as a Councilor for the Institute of Biological Engineering (IBE).
Read more at ASU News.