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RT @doc_tmp: I’m so fortunate to have Brandon Bakke on the team. He’s an amazing student and a fantastic human being. #PrideMonth

Molecular Barcodes Reveal Tumor Lineages

Cancer researchers, including Dr. Amy Brock, talk with Nature about expanding the tumor barcoding toolkit to track cancer cells over time in order to learn about mutations that cause therapy resistance, including with Brock's innovative ClonMapper technique.   Keep Reading

Celebrating the Class of 2022

Last week, The University of Texas at Austin granted 120 bachelor's degrees, 12 master's degrees (seven of which were integrated bachelor's/master's), and 6 doctoral degrees in biomedical engineering.  Graduates received their diplomas at livestreamed events located in the EER, which... Keep Reading

Sacks Receives R01 for Collaborative Biomechanical Breast Modeling Project

Professor Michael Sacks has received a $3.7 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop an accurate biomechanical model to be used as a reliable and useful tool in patient-specific diagnosis and management of breast cancer. The... Keep Reading

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