Dr. Jessica Winter
Ohio State University
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Department of Biomedical Engineering
335 Koffolt Labs
140 W 19th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210

(614) 247-7668
(614) 292-3769 (fax)

winter.63@osu.edu

Lab News

  • Aaron helps students from Metro Early College High School for STEM

    Aaron Short participated in a program between OSU and Metro Early College High School in Columbus. He assisted in the Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) class and Robotics Club, and the kids really liked him.

    https://engineering.osu.edu/news/2014/07/back-high-school-grad-students-spread-passion-stem

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  • Mark is selected to be an HHMI Med Into Grad Scholar. Congratulations!

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  • Dr. Winter is named “one of the “20 people to know in technology” in the area by Columbus Business First.

    http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2014/01/17/people-to-know-in-technology-jessica.html

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  • Dr Winter is regarded as “Henry Ford of nanotechnology” by Columbus Business First

    http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2013/10/osu-prof-could-become-henry-ford-of.html

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  • Mark Calhoun received a Ray Travel Award, congratulations!

    Mark Calhoun received a Ray Travel Award in the amount of $750.00.

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What We Do:

Research in the Winter lab is divided into two main areas: bionanotechnology and neural biomaterials. In the area of bionanotechnology, research focuses on nanoparticle synthesis, nanoparticle assembly, and nanofactory design for biomedical applications. Examples include synthesis of quantum dots for super-resolution imaging, synthesis of larger nanoparticles assemblies mediated by protein and DNA interactions, molecular and cell separations and sensing using magnetic quantum dots, and engineered interactions between molecular motors and cytoskeletal proteins using magnetic nanoparticle steering. In the area of neural biomaterials, we are developing materials that mimic features of brain, including dimensionality, chemistry, topography and mechanics for applications in neural disease. Examples include evaluation of glioma cell migration on nanofiber and hydrogel substrates, nanopatterned substrates to promote corneal wound healing, and nanopatterned materials to investigate migration during embryonic development.

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Winter lab, Fall 2010

From top left:
(Row 1) Kalpesh Mahajan, Dr. Gang Ruan, Lucas Rodriguez, Shreyas Rao
(Row 2)  Alex Kammerer, Kristi Olesik, Kunal Parikh, Laurin Turowski
(Row 3) Ning Han, Jenny Dorcena, Dr. Jessica Winter.

Not pictured: Alex Hissong, Patrick Bradley

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