We are currently working on projects driving the creation and engineering of novel biomaterials to target and treat vascular, endocrine, and bone pathophysiologies. Learn about our work.
We are a diverse group with backgrounds across the disciplines of engineering as well as the natural sciences, and are committed to encouraging a collaborative interdisciplinary environment in our work. Learn about us.
Interested in learning more about our work, or looking to join our team? Contact us.
Dr.Guillermo Ameer elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Congratulations to Dr. Ameer!Read more
To highlight university researchers who have made a significant impact in their field, the Illinois Science & Technology Coalition (ISTC) releases its annual list of “Researchers to Know” at Illinois’ universities. This year, Dr. Ameer have been selected to be reconized. Congratulation, Dr. Ameer! Read more.
Dr. Huddleston's work: Azo polymerization of citrate-based biomaterial-ceramic composites at physiological temperatures was published on Nano Select. The picture was selected as front cover picture. Read more.
Dr. Guillermo Ameer Wins 2022 Innovation Commercialization Award. Read more.
Dr, Guillermo Ameer Wins 2022 Bioactive Materials Lifetime Achievement Award. Read more.
Dr. Guillermo Ameer Receives Global Biomaterials Leadership Award. Read more.
Dr. Guillermo Ameer Awarded the Technology Innovation and Development Award. Congratulate Dr. Ameer. Read more.
Dr. Jacqueline Burke successfully defended her PhD. Her recent work was published on Nature Nanotechnology. Congratulate Dr. Burke! Read more.
CARE Director Guillermo Ameer elected to the National Academy of Medicine. Congratulations to Dr. Ameer for his election to the NAM. Read more, National Academy of Medicine. Read more, Feinberg School of Medicine, Read more, McCormick School of Engineering.
Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering
The Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering (CARE) is an inter-institutional initiative led by Prof. Ameer that integrates and supports research, technology development, and clinical expertise to improve the outcome of tissue and organ repair and regeneration. Learn more about CARE.