Biointerface Symposium 2011
Proteins and Cells at the Biointerface

A symposium honoring the
leadership and contributions of

Professor Thomas A. Horbett

Department of Bioengineering & Department of Chemical Engineering,
University of Washington


The Symposium is over.
Thanks to all the attendees and speakers.


In 1970, when Tom Horbett launched his research on proteins and cells at biomaterial surfaces, there was little published on the subject, and techniques for handling and measuring proteins and cells in this bioengineering context hardly existed. Tom Horbett's rigorous scientific approach and seminal contributions to this endeavor have been key to the development of this modern field with thousands of researchers, thousands of papers published each year and huge economic and medical importance.


Thank you to our sponsors.

Sponsored By:
AbbottVascular_203x50   CIDT_104x100   Amgen_166x40
UWEB21_236x100   UW_MolE_108x100   BioE-Logo_161x80

Endorsed By:
Biointerphases_264x60   AVSl_141x70   Biomat_223x50

Contact:
Professor Buddy D. Ratner, Ph.D.
UWEB-21 - University of Washington Engineered Biomaterials
(206) 685-1005
Biointerface_Symposium at uweb dot engr dot washington dot edu

3720 15th Ave NE
Box 355061
Seattle WA 98195-5061