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Hundreds of Engineering Students Choose Majors at Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students took a big step March 1: declaring which field of engineering or computer science they'll pursue in college and beyond.
Pilot Clinical Trials Begin on Technique to Identify Radiation-Resistant Tumors
Noninvasive imaging technique reveals differences between radiation-sensitive and radiation-resistant tumors; pilot clinical trials initiated.
Alumni Startup Chosen for $225,000 NSF Grant
A medical device company started as part of an entrepreneurship class has earned a $225,000 grant to finish development of a device to make minimally-invasive abdominal surgeries safer.
NIH Funds Interdisciplinary Team Pursuing Better Mitochondrial Disease Diagnosis
An interdisciplinary research team led by Kyle Quinn and Shilpa Iyer has been awarded $395,112 to develop new tools to assess mitochondrial diseases.
Biomedical Engineering Faculty, Students Play Key Role at Society Meeting
Thirty biomedical engineering students and faculty members attended the Biomedical Engineering Society's Annual Meeting in Atlanta this fall to share their latest research.
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Earns American Heart Association Fellowship
Ishita Tandon, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, has earned a predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association to support her research into a cardiovascular disease.
Researchers Develop New Method to Diagnose, Monitor Chronic Wounds
University of Arkansas researchers are the first to monitor long-term metabolic changes in animal tissue using autofluorescence imaging.
Research Team Receives NIH Grant to Improve Treatment of Shoulder Cuff Injuries
Jeffrey Wolchok, associate professor of biomedical engineering, will be the principal investigator on the project, which will study new ways to repair shoulder cuff injuries.
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.