Georgiou has paved the way for advances in medicine that improve people’s lives, with discoveries to fight macular degeneration and osteoporosis.
Divya Ramamoorthy, a biomedical engineering junior, was selected as one of Glamour’s Top 10 College Women, for her work generating heart tissue.
Mia K. Markey is recognized for her dedication to teaching and innovative research in the area of cost-effective, computational medical decision aids to help physicians better diagnose, treat, and manage cancer.
A UT Austin-developed 3-in-1 noninvasive skin cancer detection device that could save billions in health care costs took home top honors at the 18th annual SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards.
Mia K. Markey received the 2015 Duke University Distinguished Young Alumnus Award on April 24, 2015. The award recognizes Markey, who graduated with a Ph.D. in bioengineering in 2002 from Duke University, for her mission to develop decision support systems for clinical decision-making and scientific discovery.Read more...
The National Science Foundation has selected four graduate students and one graduating senior from the Department of Biomedical Engineering for its prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program.Read more...
The National Institutes of Health has invited Michael Sacks, professor of biomedical engineering to serve as a member of the Bioengineering Technology and Surgical Sciences Study Section.Read more...
Evan Perillo, a third-year doctoral student working with Professors Andrew Dunn and Tim Yeh, received the PicoQuant Young Investigator Award at the SPIE Photonics West BiOS Conference.Read more...
Spring 2015 Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium & Competition
3:30 PM BME 3.204
4:00 PM Connally Banquet Hall Etter-Harbin Alumni Center