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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.
New Biomedical Company Helps Train Clinicians and Test Medical Equipment
Vivas LLC partnered with a Fort Smith company to create gel models that mimic human tissue; first products shipped in late February.
U of A Life Science Firm Wins Second Place Overall at Startup Competition
Medical device company Lapovations received $150,000 in cash prizes and startup investment at Rice University’s national competition.
Imaging Method Evaluates Cell Functional Changes and Wound Healing
Autofluorescence imaging reveals structural and biochemical information about cells.
Two Biomedical Engineering Faculty Receive Grants from the American Heart Association
Morten Jensen and Kartik Balachandran have each received a $154,000 Institutional Research Enhancement Award grant from the American Heart Association.
Doctoral Student Partnering with Local Clinician to Develop Prosthetic Vein Valve
Megan Laughlin, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering, is developing a prosthetic venous valve that would restore normal blood flow to the deep veins.
Biomedical Engineering Professor Presents Research on Cancer Treatment Resistance Sensing
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry hosts Narasimhan Rajaram, professor of biomedical engineering in the College of Engineeering, for a special seminar at 3:05 p.m. Friday, March 9.
First-Year Engineers Celebrate Milestone on Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students celebrated a major turning point in their college career last week: choosing which field of engineering they'll pursue.