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U of A Participates in STEM Leadership for Girls Conferences
The University of Arkansas Girls Just Wanna' Have Fun: STEM Fun, That Is! Year 4 event took place Feb. 10 as part of the series of STEM Leadership for Girls Conferences.
Multiple U of A Students Earn Gilman Scholarships to Study Abroad
Edgardo Alaniz, Megan Davidian, Alexander Holden, Lena Nguyen and David Sweere have been named recipients. Angela Thompson-Neeser has been named an alternate.
Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Seminar on Congressional Funding for Research
Milan Yager, executive director of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, will talk about congressional funding for research at 11:50 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1, in Gearhart Hall 26.
Nanowired Drugs Could Treat Patients With Parkinson's or Alzheimer's
Asya Ozkizilcik, a U of A doctoral student, used titanate nanowires treated with the drug cerebrolysin to target delivery to the brain and central nervous system.
Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Speaker Lectures on Early Detection of Oral Cancer
Kristen Maitland, an associate professor at Texas A&M University, spoke about
Distinguished Seminar Speaker Erin Mannen to Lecture on Thoracic Spine Biomechanical Testing
Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Seminar Speaker Ajit Yoganathan Lectures on Cardiovascular Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering hosted seminar speaker Ajit Yoganathan, the Regents Professor and associate chair for research at the Georgia Institute of Technology on Sept. 29.
Biomedical Engineering Society Hosts Event Highlighting Careers in Biomedical Science
Speakers Jan Bartlett and Rebekah Bennett will discuss the history of Bio-Tech Pharmacal and products manufactured by the company at 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Engineering Hall Room 209.
'Organ-on-a-Chip' May Help Treat Brain Injuries and Disease
Nasya Sturdivant, a doctoral student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, hopes her research can improve the treatment of traumatic brain injuries by way of an effective .
Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives $1.7 Million NIH Grant to Continue Wound Healing Research
Kyle Quinn, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received a $1.7 million grant to develop methods to predict age-related delays in skin wound healing.