BME E-Days Award Winners

    Engineering Days (E-Days) provides undergraduate engineering students an opportunity to showcase their completed senior design projects to faculty, family, industry representatives, and peers. The capstone senior design project teaches students how to succeed in a well-integrated interdisciplinary engineering design environment and allows students to develop practical, hands-on skills. On April 19, 2019, members […]

Innovative mechanobiology research expands understanding of cells

By Sona Srinarayana Researchers have developed a new technology that allows them to probe cell changes without disturbing the cell’s physiology – a major advancement that helps scientists look more closely at cell changes to solve human health problems, according to a new paper in Cell Reports. This technology, known as deformation microscopy, allows scientists […]

Open Insulin, ‘DIY bio’ and the future of pharma

The development, manufacture and sale of pharmaceutical drugs in the United States is a complex landscape involving intellectual property and strict federal regulations. But according to Colorado State University scientists, the status quo of the U.S. pharmaceutical market may soon be turned on its head. That’s due in part to a growing community of do-it-yourself […]

BME Graduate Student Nguyen-Truong Receives Founder’s Award

Graduate Students from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering presented 54 outstanding research posters at the 2018 Graduate Student Showcase on November 13. Congratulations go to Michael Nguyen-Truong, School of Biomedical Engineering, for receiving this year’s Founder’s Award for his presentation “Different Mechanical Properties Between Adult Sheep Right and Left Ventricles.” The Founder’s Award […]

Munsky’s groundbreaking advancements to predictive biological modeling published in PNAS

The Munsky group of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and their collaborators at Vanderbilt University are currently at the forefront of predictive modeling in Systems Biology research. Brian Munsky, School of Biomedical Engineering student Zachary Fox, and their co-investigators, Gregor Neuert and Guoliang Li of Vanderbilt University and Douglas Shepherd of the University […]