Meet Brandon Bakka, a PhD candidate at the University of Texas at Austin, who takes leadership roles in creating engagement and learning processes around LGBTQ+ topics for both students and faculty. SPIE, June 2022.

Meet Andrew Stier, a machine-learning specialist, podcaster, and champion of inclusive, representative recruitment and active employer support. SPIE, June 2022.

Researchers including, Amy Brock, are blending tools from developmental biology with technologies such as cell sorting and CRISPR to gain fresh insight into cancer. Nature, March 2022.

Heart attacks and strokes triggered by electrical misfiring in the heart are among the biggest killers on the planet. Now, researchers have created a “liquid wire” that, when injected into pig hearts, can guide the organs to a normal rhythm. Science, March 2022.

Heated gloves are one luxury some use to stay warm in the winter. Texas BME Professor Kenneth Diller is among the experts who weigh in and describe how heat transfers in the body when we're cold. (His research shows that the tissue that regulates body temperature is primarily located along the spinal cord). Learn what's most important to stay warm this season. NBC News, January 2022. 

Dr. Amy Brock and her team describe a tumor cell tracking system that aims to understand cancer treatment resistance in a paper from Nature Cancer. (Multiple outlets, August 2021)

Professor George Georgiou and other experts discuss COVID-19 antibody therapy discovery, development, and challenges for October 21, 2020.

Big & Mini co-founders Allen Zhou, Aditi Merchant and Anthony Zhou talk about their nonprofit organization that is bringing teens and seniors together to cope with social isolation. Today Show. July 24, 2020. 

Sophomore Aditi Merchant is featured in the Alcalde for helping to bridge the gap between seniors and younger generations during the pandemic with the Big & Mini website. The Alcalde, July/August 2020. 

Dr. Hyun Jung Kim was featured on the Cancer Research Institute's blog to discuss microbiome, cancer-on-a-chip, and building personalized avatars for people with colorectal cancer. June 22, 2020.