UT Austin biomedical engineers have received a U.S. Department of Defense grant to advance a treatment that could help millions of older Americans and people with diabetes affected by peripheral ischemia.
A noninvasive method to gain information about the progression of multiple myeloma, a cancer formed by malignant plasma cells in the bone marrow, is in development.
Taking a look back on biomedical engineering through the years at UT Austin.
Although symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease don’t manifest until later in life, the disease begins to take hold decades earlier.
Tunnell and Reichenberg hope to reduce the need for repeat skin cancer surgeries and improve cosmetic outcomes for patients.
The University Co-Operative Society awarded BME student Aydin Zahedivash with a $3,000 George H. Mitchell Award for Academic Excellence.Read more ...
The Stanford Undergraduate Research Association has awarded biomedical engineering sophomore Carlton Rice first place in the Engineering category at the 2016 Stanford Undergraduate Research Conference.Read more ...
The Eyes of Texas, an anonymous organization that awards ten UT Austin faculty members, administrators, or staff members each semester, has recognized Professor Kenneth Diller.Read more ...
The National Science Foundation has selected two students from the Department of Biomedical Engineering for its prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program.Read more ...
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