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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."
Three University of Arkansas Seniors Named Fulbright Scholars
Honors students Katherine Branum, Stephanie Galen and Casey Gibson will teach English in Costa Rica, Bulgaria and Mexico next year.
Banner Year for U of A Start Up Teams in Regional, National Competitions
Medical device company Lapovations became the winningest student startup in University of Arkansas history.
Professors Author Research Paper on Stem Cell Differentiation
Professors Shilpa Iyer, biological sciences, and Raj Rao, biomedical engineering, have coauthored a research paper recently published in scientific journal PLOS ONE.
For Muldoon, Prestigious Grant Began With a Backyard Telescope
Muldoon was selected for the highly competitive National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program, a prestigious $500,000 grant for faculty who show promise in teaching and research.
New Partnership With UAMS Offers Engineering Students Real-World Experience Through Clinical Rotations
Biomedical engineering students who take a new course on clinical observations will also participate in a clinical rotation in a medical facility, clinic or hospital.
U of A Student Named as 2018 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar
The Goldwater Scholarship is is the nation’s most prestigious award for undergraduate students in mathematics, science and engineering.