2019 Spring Seminar Series

Attend seminars and learn about research and industry trends in biomedical engineering and related disciplines from leading faculty and trainee researchers at Colorado State and around the world. Connect with industry, faculty, and other trainees. The spring seminars will take place in 229 Walter Scott, Jr. Bioengineering Building (except as noted) on Mondays from 12:00 to 12:50 PM.

CSU SBME Spring 2019 Seminar Schedule (printable PDF)

Atomic Force Microscopy: More than Surface Imaging

All Natural Hemp Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surface (SLPS) with Excellent Hemophobicity, Anti-Food, and Anti-Icing Performance and Other Novel Surfaces

Translating Molecular Bioengineering from the Lab to the Patient

Are we there yet? The long road to realizing the promise of *in silico" approaches in pharmacology and toxicology

Presentation topic - TBD; presentation will take place in the Translational Medicine Institute, 3rd Floor

Stress, It Does a Body Good: The importance of the mechanical environment during healing

Micro/Nano-engineering of material surfaces for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Multiple Implantable Flexible Substrate Wireless Micro-Electro-Mechanical Sensors (MEMs) to Monitor Orthopaedic Strain and Predict Bone Fracture Healing

Stem Cell Therapy: Using Translational Science to Push the Envelope

New applications for machine learning and digital signal processing in laser-scanning microscopy

Paper-based Nuclease Potection Assays for Point-of-Need Pathogen Detection

Collaboration: Where Surgeons & Engineers Meet

Autophagy Dependency in Osteosarcoma