Posted April 1, 2021
Jules is part of the BME research that could directly benefit amputees.
Posted March 29, 2021
Claire Zurn, a recent graduate of the Department of Biomedical Engineering’s undergraduate program, has received a fellowship.
Posted March 22, 2021
The wafers — which are placed under the tongue — have the potential to improve mucosal vaccines against infectious diseases.
Posted March 20, 2021
Tavaf successfully defended his dissertation, "Improving Signal to Noise Ratio in Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging."
Posted March 18, 2021
Groundbreaking discovery could potentially reduce multiple pediatric heart valve replacement surgeries.
Posted March 10, 2021
The award recognizes Prof. Sarkar for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education.
Posted March 8, 2021
The new method may provide new quantitative insights into the dynamics of cell populations and ultimately help researchers better understand and modulate cell behavior for applications ranging from understanding cancer cell proliferation to engineering stem cells.
Posted March 3, 2021
New approaches to identify potential drivers for atrial fibrillation could potentially help guide catheter ablation.
Posted February 25, 2021
Hanson successfully defended his dissertation, "Development of silica-based physical confinement models to isolate and study dormancy-prone cancer cells."
Posted February 22, 2021
Bello successfully defended his dissertation, "Characterization of the cortical electrophysiological effects of motor thalamic DBS."