• Aaron has won the WSGC 2023-2024 Undergraduate Scholarship for STEM-related studies supporting the NASA mission directorates. Congrats Aaron!



  • We welcome BME undergraduates Samantha Mayumi Kono and Alec Kaufmann to the lab.



  • Julie completes her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering this semester. She will be joining Kashiv Bioscience as a Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Associate. Congratulations Julie!



  • Dr. Premnath has won the NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Early Stage Investigator Award. This grant will allow us to conduct transcriptomics to understand the signaling pathway activated when UC2288 interacts with mesenchymal stem cells.



  • Congratulations to Sina, Joey, Aaron and Emlyn for presenting their work at the CEAS and SURF symposiums. Great work!


  • Emlyn won “Outstanding Presentation” at the SURF undergraduate symposium. Congrats Emlyn!


  • Dr. Premnath was nominated “Research mentor of the Year 2024”. Thank you Premnath lab undergraduates for the honor.


  • Aaron Brandner’s abstract was selected as a finalist for the 2024 SB3C BS Level Student Paper Competition. Way to go, Aaron!


  • Sina Jafari successfully defended his masters thesis. He will start his PhD in the Premnath Lab in January 2024. Congratulations Sina!

Basic cellular science in UWM lab leads to a potential first drug for bone healing


  • We welcome Devin DuChrame (Junior in Biomedical Engineering) to the Premnath Lab. He will be working on polymer particles.


NSF awards Premnath $50K to aid in customer discovery of bone-healing drug

Five students earn the top award at UWM’s Undergraduate Research Symposium; supported by 4 faculty advisors in the college; Stern wins mentorship award

Teen girls get a taste of the engineering profession at UWM’s EnQuest camps

Two seniors-Slawinski, Xia-recognized by UWM for their research

Dr. Premnath was nominated “Research mentor of the Year 2023”