At the 2017 All-College Awards ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 14, award winners and patent recipients from the CSU School of Biomedical Engineering were recognized for outstanding achievements and overall excellence. Nominations were accepted through faculty and staff, and each award highlights achievements made throughout the previous year.
Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering All-College Awards
George T. Abell Awards for Outstanding Teaching and Service
These awards recognize high-quality, sustained teaching excellence and service to the college.
Ben Gadomski, School of Biomedical Engineering
George T. Abell Outstanding Faculty Researcher Award
This award recognizes high-quality, nationally acclaimed research productivity.
John Volckens, Mechanical Engineering & School of Biomedical Engineering
The awards ceremony also honored patent recipients from the college. Todd Headley, CSU Ventures, presented patent recipients from the last year with awards and recognition of their achievements.
Travis Bailey, Steven Floyd, Charles Henry, Joel Moritz, John Williams
Tongue Stimulation for Communication of Information to a User
Benjamin Gadomski, Christian Puttlitz
Interspinous Spacer devices for Dynamic Stabilization of Degraded Spinal Segments;
Pedicle Screw Assembly and Dynamic Spinal Stabilization Devices Incorporating the Pedicle
Susan P. James, Min Zhang
Outer Layer Having Entanglement of Hydrophobic Polymer Host and Hydrophilic Polymer Guest;
Outer Layer Having Entanglement of Hydrophobic Polymer Host blended with a Maleated Hydrophilic Polymer
Matthew Kipper, Ketul Popat, Raimundo Romero
Surface Treatments for Vascular Stents and Methods
Hydrocarbon Sensing Methods and Apparatus;
Multi-Analyte Optical Sensor
Anthony Marchese, John Volckens
Enzymatic Biosensors with Enhanced Activity Retention for Detection of Organic Compounds
Robust Attenuation Correction System for Radar Reflectivity