Boston University chemist and biomedical engineer Mark Grinstaff has won the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Centenary Prize in “recognition of brilliance in research and innovation.” A world-renowned researcher and inventor, Grinstaff is the University’s inaugural Distinguished Professor of Translational Research. Read more in BU’s The Brink article here.
Congratulations to Professor Mark Grinstaff on receiving the 2023 ACS Award in Applied Polymer Science. Prof. Grinstaff is a trailblazer in polymer chemistry, connecting innovative basic research to applied and translational activities, both in practice and in education. ACS 2023 National Award Winners
Congratulations to Mark Grinstaff for being appointed a William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor! This is the highest recognition that Boston University bestows on a faculty member. Read more about him here.
On May 2 BU Nanotechnology Innovation Center (BUnano) held its inaugural symposium “Nanotechnology for Imaging”. The symposium focused on The “Nanotechnology For Imaging” symposium will be focused on highlighting accomplishments of BUnano faculty and students, and featured keynote presentation by 2014 Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry, Professor Stefan Hell. BUnano Center Director Prof. Mark […]
The Chemistry Department is one of the most active research departments at Boston University. With 24 research active faculty involved in many different focus areas, we are committed to a research active learning environment where our faculty and students are afforded the opportunity to do cutting edge chemical research. In order to continue to build on […]
2016 NEIC Distinguished Chemist: Professor Mark W. Grinstaff Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry Director, Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology Boston University Boston, Massachusetts Every year NEIC gives an award to a Distinguished Chemist in New England who has made substantial contributions to not only their field, but also to promoting chemistry through education, outreach, and […]
Professor Mark Grinstaff is a recipient of one of the first Boston University MSE Innovation Grants for his research proposal Real-time control of drug release from superhydrophobic biomaterials using clinical ultrasound. These awards from Boston University’s College of Engineering, Division of Materials Science & Engineering aim to encourage innovation and risk taking.
Professor Mark W. Grinstaff has won the inaugural Innovator of the Year Award from BU’s Office of Technology Development, recognizing a faculty member who translates research into innovations that benefit humankind.
Professor Mark Grinstaff (Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering) has received the 2008 Edward M. Kennedy Award for Healthcare Innovation from CIMIT as part of the CIMIT Cancer Advanced Technology Team. CIMIT (Center for Integration of Medicine & Innovative Technology) is a non-profit consortium of Boston teaching hospitals and engineering schools, whose mission is to foster interdisciplinary […]
Professor Mark Grinstaff has accepted a newly created position at Boston University — a joint appointment between the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry — funded by a Whitaker Foundation Leadership Award. The Whitaker Foundation’s mission is to promote better human health by supporting academic research in biomedical engineering. Professor Grinstaff’s highly interdisciplinary research is […]