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NIH Supports Engineering Researchers to Improve Heart Procedures and Surgeries
A team of researchers and medical professionals has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a better way of using images of the heart in surgery planning.
Fuller Named Engineering Staff Member of Quarter
Fuller, who serves as research coordinator in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, was honored for her work supporting faculty and staff members.
Public Policy, Medicine Focus for Biomedical Engineering Undergrad
Samia Ismail, a biomedical engineering honors student and a 2019 Truman Scholar, earned a travel grant to attend the medical and biological engineering Public Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.
Biomedical Engineering Researcher to Explore Immune System Impact on Genome Engineering
Christopher Nelson, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received a $50,000 award to pursue a new line of research into the immune system's role in genome engineering.
Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Brain: Drivers, Characteristics and Mysteries
Doug Kelley will talk about his lab's research on glymphatic fluid flow in the brain during a lecture at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in Memorial Hall 253.
Biomedical Engineering Research Looks to Catch Tumors Earlier
Narasimhan Rajaram, assistant professor of biomedical engineering.
Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives NIH Award for Research in Genome Engineering
The National Institutes of Health awarded Christopher Nelson, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, a three-year, $735,000 award for research in genome engineering.
Rajaram's CAREER Award to Target Radiation Resistance in Tumors
Narasimhan Rajaram, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, is examining how cancerous tumors grow and become radiation-resistant, and what that means for how doctors treat them.
Quinn Recalls Unfolding Aptitude for Biomedical Engineering That Led to Research
Kyle Quinn is developing an understanding of how mitochondria change over a lifetime through novel optical imaging approaches. At the same time, he wants to
Interdisciplinary Faculty and Student Team Creates Science-Based Strategy Game
U of A students Myles Joyce, Austin Richards, Khandi Gordon and Chase Wyatt helped develop a science-based game with faculty members Shilpa Iyer and Raj Rao.