A team of students from The University of Texas at Austin has developed an award-winning low-cost patient monitor focused on improving global health.
Andrew Dunn received a $100,000 seed grant through the UT System Neuroscience and Neurotechnology Research Institute as part of an initiative to jump-start multidisciplinary research on the human brain.
A team of researchers, led by Professor Jeanne Stachowiak, have discovered a previously unrecognized mechanism for how cells regulate the shape and content of their membranes. Their findings were published in Nature Communications.
The university is launching its first health care engineering institute dedicated to developing technologies and treatments that will immediately improve patient quality of life.
Heidi Culver, a graduate student working with Professor Nicholas Peppas, has received a Donald D. Harrington Fellowship, the highest graduate fellowship award given by The University of Texas at Austin.Read more...
Two faculty members within the Department of Biomedical Engineering have been promoted. Dr. Aaron Baker has been promoted to associate professor and Dr. Andrew Dunn has been promoted to full professor. Both have made a significant impact on the department's culture of innovation, teaching, and research.Read more...
Salma Ayoub, a biomedical engineering graduate student working with Professor Michael Sacks, has won the Novus Biologicals Fall 2015 Scholarship and been selected for the NextProf Fall Engineering Workshop.Read more...
Renowned biomedical and chemical engineer Nicholas Peppas is stepping down as chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) in the Cockrell School of Engineering.Read more...
BME 353 Maymester In Cambridge Information Session
5:15 PM BME 3.204
Tech Talks Series: An Innovation Journey – Developing the World's Smallest Pacemaker
3:00 PM AVAYA Auditorium (POB 2.302)