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Alexander V. Neimark
Address: 98 Brett Road
  Department of Chemical/Biochemical Engineering
Room: C-wing
Phone: 732-445-0834
Email: aneimark AT rutgers.edu
 
Our research interests cover a broad spectrum of topics in statistical mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular simulation of nanoscale systems, characterization of porous materials, adsorption, interfacial flow and wetting, and other processes, which involve interactions of fluids and biomolecules with nanoporous materials.
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Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering Ranked No. 1 again by ISI

August 11, 2014

For over a decade, articles in the Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering (ARBME) were cited more often than papers in any of its peer journals, according to ISI`s 2013 Journal Citation Report, giving...
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Organ Storage Breakthrough from the Yarmush Lab Published in Nature Medicine

July 29, 2014

Research performed in Professor Martin Yarmush`s lab at Rutgers University and Massachusetts General Hospital has yielded a novel strategy to extend the time for liver storage. By using a combination...
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Freeman Team Awarded NSF Grant

July 21, 2014

Professor Joseph Freeman, director of the MOTR (Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration) Laboratory, just received a 3 year award from the NSF for the project entitled, \"Microelectronically Stimulating...
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BME and MAE Faculty Collaborate on NSF Award for Instrumentation Development

July 21, 2014

BME faculty David Shreiber and Jeffrey Zahn and MAE faculty Hao Lin and Jerry Shan have been awarded an Instrumentation Development for Biological Research (IDBR) grant from the NSF for $425k....
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