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Steven Stice to Visit U of A
Steven Stice, director of the University of Georgia's Regenerative Bioscience Center, will provide two seminars at the University of Arkansas on Oct. 25 and 26.
Southeast Arkansas Girls Explore Biomedicine at U of A Camp
Eighteen girls from Dumas and Gould made the trip to the University of Arkansas over the summer for a hands-on look at the world of biomedicine.
Biomedical Engineering Students Seek Solutions Alongside Industry Leaders
A group of biomedical engineering students recently traveled to Minnesota to train under industry leaders who helped them develop solutions to real-world health problems.
Lecture: Danger of Waiting for 'Perfect Time' to Promote Diversity and Inclusion
Manu O. Platt, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University, will give a presentation about delaying promotion of diversity and inclusion Thursday.
Center Receives $500,000 From NSF to Continue Membrane Research
U of A researchers have received $500,000 to continue work at the Membrane Science, Engineering and Technology Center, a multi-campus partnership between academic and industry partners.
Collaborative Research Earns Recognition for Graduate Students Studying Mitochondrial Disease
Biomedical engineering student Olivia Kolenc and cell and molecular biology student Ajibola Bakare each received recognition at conference presentations based on their collaborative research into mitochondrial disease.
Researchers Develop Method for Identifying Radiation-Resistant Tumors
The findings will help clinicians evaluate and match appropriate therapies for patients with lung cancer by identifying radiation-resistant cells through imaging.
Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives Department of Defense Funding for Wound-Healing Research
Kyle Quinn, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received approximately $140,000 to study the role that spinal cord injuries play in skin wound healing.
U of A Researchers Receive Grant to Study Effects of Concussions on Brain
New “brain on a chip” technology would help scientists understand how to treat damage from common brain injuries.
Biomedical Engineering Master's Student to Present at World Congress of Biomechanics in Dublin
Jessica Perez was also selected as a finalist in the M.S. Level Student Paper Competition in the category "Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Sport Biomechanics, Devices, and Emerging Areas."