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PremieBreathe

Prof. Anjelica Gonzalez is leading the development of a low-cost infant respirator that delivers warmed, humidified, and oxygenated air to reduce airway irritation and keep infants breathing normally.

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Saltzman Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

In his election, W. Mark Saltzman was cited for his “contributions in drug delivery, biomaterials, and tissue engineering that have led to improved patient treatments."

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Optimum Treatment for Cancer Patients

Isoplexis, the company co-founded by Prof. Rong Fan, is taking on cancer, one cell at a time.

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"Self-Healing" Phase-Change Memory Devices

A collaboration between Yale engineers and IBM’s Watson Research Center could help make a potentially revolutionary technology more viable for manufacturing.

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New Clues from an Overlooked Cell

The cause of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is unknown, but a discovery from the lab of Anjelica Gonzalez about an overlooked cell – and its ability to go from good to bad – provides important clues.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Anjelica Gonzalez
Donna L. Dubinsky Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Anjelica Gonzalez focuses on the development of biomaterials for use as investigational tools, particularly for the investigation of immunological responses to inflammatory signals from endogenous and exogenous sources. With a mutli-disciplinary approach, the Gonzalez lab combines organic chemistry, molecular biology, mathematics, computational modeling and image analysis in work with significance to diseases and disorders ranging from arthritis to cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.