Welcome to the Bettinger Group at Carnegie Mellon University! We are broadly interested in the applying principles of polymer synthesis, materials science, and microfabrication for use in a wide range of biomedical applications including advanced medical devices, regenerative medicine, functional bio-interfaces, and drug delivery. Members of the Bettinger Group work at the interface of several disciplines including biomaterials, cell biology, and organic electronics to achieve these goals.
Marie McNeely from People Behind the Science interviews Prof. Bettinger about working on Edible Electronics.
Post-doctoral fellow Hangjun Ding has published work on ultra-compliant electronic conductors in ACS Nano. Congrats, Hangjun!
The BME graduate students @ CMU give Prof. Bettinger a warm welcome during his departmental seminar.
The MIT Technology Review features recent work published by Young Jo of the Bettinger Group on biologically-derived batteries.
CC’s paper on photodegradable polymers featured on the cover of Macromolecular Rapid Communications.
Bettinger Group @ CMU
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