“The most surprising part of our work is that the living brain tissue, the biological system, really doesn’t mind having an artificial device around for months.”
Driven by a desire to help cure diseases like the ones he had seen up close, Knowlan established the Carl Hagen Knowlan Endowed Excellence Fund in the BME Department.
Professor Andrew Dunn has developed technology that allows us to see things we haven't seen before in the human brain.
In the near future, hemophiliacs could be able to treat their disease by simply swallowing a capsule.
UT Austin has embarked on a two-year clinical study to test advanced imaging methods that could provide patients and physicians with new, valuable information on how to treat breast cancer in patients.
How disease progresses at the cellular level is important for researchers to understand in order to develop improved drug delivery methods and treatments. Professor Jeanne Stachowiak’s lab is interested in what drives membrane traffic, the essential cellular process by which molecular cargo is transported.Read more ...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced its Graduate Fellowship recipients for 2017. Several current students and recent alumni of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have received fellowships that will allow them to pursue graduate studies in the biomedical field.
Hyun Jung Kim and Tim Yeh have each received $25,000 in seed grants to fund cancer-related research from Texas 4000.Read more ...
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