Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Continental 5 (Hilton San Francisco)
#56 - (22b) Symposium on the 65th Birthday of Prof. Clark Colton Part I (T8006)
This is a session of invited papers only by former students and friends of the leading figure of biomedical engineering in the last forty years. Papers will cover historical overview of the field, current subjects of research and the future of biomedical and biological engineering.
Chair:Nicholas A. Peppas
CoChair:Andrew Zydney
12:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
12:35 PMClark Colton and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Graduate Course "Chemical Engineering in Medicine"
Edward W. Merrill
1:00 PMFrom Enzymatic Regeneration of Atp to Novel Biomaterials
Robert Langer
1:25 PMBiological Engineering: Past, Present and Future Trends
Robert L. Bratzler
1:50 PMBiology in Engineering, and NSF
Bruce Hamilton
2:15 PMExploring Enzymology for New Industrial Syntheses
Vince Vilker
2:40 PMEngineering Issues in Cell Based Insulin Replacement Therapies
Klearchos K. Papas

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