Congrats to alumnus Patrick Goodwill and Prof Steve Conolly for securing Series A funding for their startup, Magnetic Insight. The $18M will support commercial growth of Magnetic Particle Imaging in cell therapy, vascular, and oncology applications.
Congratulations to our capstone seniors on finishing their BioE 192 senior projects! This year students worked with seven clinical faculty at UCSF, UCSF Fresno, and Stanford to address problems including blood loss in low-resource conflict zones, robust approaches to draining ascites fluid from patients suffering from alcoholic liver disease, the user interface for individuals with […]
The Sports Tech Challenger Class, a collaboration between Cal Athletics and the College of Engineering, put athletes and engineers to work this fall developing base technologies or applications that improve athletic performance.
Alumni startup Eko has announced a collaboration with Mayo Clinic to develop and commercialize a machine learning-based algorithm that screens patients for the presence of a low ejection fraction – a weak heart pump.
BioE PhD students Sally Winkler and Kayla Wolf are receiving a 2018 Women In Technology Initiative Athena Award for Next Generation Engagement, for Double Shelix, their podcast all about women in STEM, the grad school grind, and inclusive science. MTM alumna Maria Artunduaga will receive the Early Career Athena Award for work on her startup, Respira Labs.
Alumnus Eric Steen, PhD 2010, is the CEO and co-founder of Lygos Biotech and winner of the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce’s Visionary of the Year award for 2018. The awards go annually to innovators with “imagination and persistence” who live or work in Berkeley.
BioE and EnviroE grad students Andrew Bremer and Sara Glade will tell you.
Published this week in Nature Public Journals: Digital Medicine, Professor Mohammad Mofrad’s lab introduces “Deep Echocardiography” by applying deep learning towards clinical classifications and diagnostics of cardiac diseases.
Visitors from the US House and Senate Labor, Health and Human Services visited UC Berkeley on Tuesday, October 16 and toured Professor Amy Herr’s laboratory. The appropriations staff met with several bioengineering graduate students, as well as Professor Herr, who were able to provide specific stories of NIH funding impact on both research and the […]