Daniel Chen is internationally recognized for his work in tissue engineering. Since coming to the U of S in 2003, he has created and led an interdisciplinary team of researchers—spanning engineering and the health sciences—to develop advanced technologies in the field of artificial organ and tissue substitutes.
Each year, Santé celebrates health research successes throughout the province. Other award winners from the U of S include:
- James Johnson, College of Engineering—Impact award
- Jeffrey Chen, VIDO-InterVac—Top establishment grant (biomedical research)
- Arash Panahifar, College of Medicine—Top research fellowship (biomedical research)
- Serene Kerpan, College of Medicine—Top research fellowship (socio-health research)
- Donna Goodridge, College of Medicine—Top strategy for patient-oriented research collaborative innovation development grant
- Janet Hill, Western College of Veterinary Medicine—Top collaborative innovation development grant: (biomedical or clinical research)
- Dr. Michael Schwandt, College of Medicine—Top collaborative innovation development grant (health services and population health research)
See more on the SHRF site.