Maryam BadvNSERC PDF, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA),
Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, McMaster University
MASc., Biomedical Engineering, McMaster University
BSc., Chemical Engineering, University of Tehran
Areas of Research
Multifunctional Biomaterials, Biocompatible and Hemocompatible Surfaces, Thrombosis, Cardiovascular Research, Tissue Engineering, Antimicrobial Surfaces, Biofunctional Surfaces, Medical Devices
Working with this supervisor
In the BadvLab (Translational Bioengineering Lab) we work at the interface of engineering/medicine/chemistry/biomedical sciences and develop multifunctional biomaterials and biomimetic models for various biomedical applications. The research conducted in our lab involves the design and fabrication of biomaterials and functional interfaces. The main objective is to study and acquire in-depth understanding about the interactions occurring at the interface of the biomaterials and biological systems, in order to develop multifunctional biomaterials and biomimetic models that effectively tackle the complications and limitations associated with synthetic biointerfaces.