Learn about work by Professor John Dueber, 2014-15 Bakar Fellow, on synthetic biological indigo dyes.
Professor Song Li has been elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE), in honor of his distinguished contributions to and leadership in the field of medical and biological engineering at an international level.
The Bioengineering capstone design team of Hannah Adelsberg, Celia Cheung, Eric Katz, Suzanne Chou has been named a finalist in the 2015 Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge.
Professors Irina Conboy and David Schaffer are receiving a 2015 Bridging-the-Gap Award from the Rogers Family Foundation for their work on “Therapeutic Potential of Combining Small Molecule Signaling Modulators for Neuroregeneration and Rejuvenation.” Congratulations!
Congratulations to PhD alumna Somin Eunice Lee, now Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan, recipient of an NSF CAREER award for her research project, “Engineering Plasmonic Nanoantenna Architectures for Efficient Nuclear Delivery.”
The senior capstone design team of Asad Akbany, Kasper Kuo, Nicholas Leung, and Karen Cheng has been selected to attend the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University in Florida this March.
Congratulations to professors Steven Conolly, Amy Herr, Sanjay Kumar, Mohammad Mofrad, and Niren Murthy, new members of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows!
BioE alum Connor Landgraf and his two co-founders of biotech startup Eko Devices have been named to the 2015 30 Under 30 by Forbes Magazine. Eko is designing a revolutionary smart digital stethoscope to improve patient care.Each year Forbest lists the brightest stars in 15 different fields under the age of 30. Congratulations!!
Eko Devices, a startup of Bioe undergrad alum Connor Landgraf, is one of ten startups selected to present live on stage at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show this January. The top three winners get the chance of a lifetime to pitch Sir Richard Branson on his private island. Eko competed against nearly 2,000 other applicants in the Extreme Tech Challenge to become one of the final ten.