Multidisciplinary Research Building

Pinar Zorlutuna talks with one of her graduate students in her lab located in MRB.

A center of tissue and cellular bioengineering

The Multidisciplinary Research Building is a hub of tissue and cellular research, one of the most exciting areas of biomedical engineering, with the potential to revolutionize the treatment of a wide variety of disorders and injuries.

Bioengineering faculty and graduate students are highly successful in partnering with other research institutions, medical schools, and medical device manufacturers nationwide.

Prof. Donny Hanjaya-Putra and Visiting Research Fellow Andriana Archilla
Stem cell samples in DHP Lab

The facility houses more than a dozen shared and designated laboratories, including:

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Laboratory
  • Biomaterials Processing Laboratory
  • Biomedical Imaging Laboratory
  • Cell and Tissue Culture Laboratory
  • Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory
  • Computation and Simulation Laboratory
  • Histology and Specimen Preparation Laboratory
  • Micromechanical Testing Laboratory
  • Mechanical Testing Laboratory
  • Microfabrication Clean Room
  • Polymeric Biomaterials Laboratory
  • Stem Cell Culture Laboratory

Engineering faculty in the Multidisciplinary Research Building

Fighting for the Human Heart Video