MEng team wins Best Presentation Award at capstone showcase

Our Master of Engineering team working on the project “Commercializing Nanocarriers for Neurological Disease” won the Best Capstone Presentation Award at the end-of-year project showcase in May.

MTM team pitches success

This Master of Translational Medicine team is shining at startup pitch competitions! Maria Artunduaga, Siobhan Rigby, and Stephanie Nemec are developing – outside of their normal MTM project curriculum – a tech-enabled service that helps COPD patients continuously monitor their blood oxygen levels.

MEng Capstone Project Highlight: Applied Rejuvenative Therapies

A team of BioE Master of Engineering students is working on aging and rejuvenation in the Conboy Lab.

M.Eng. Capstone Project Highlight: Prevention of Early Breastfeeding Cessation

Bioengineering Master of Engineering students are developing a revolutionary breast cream to help mothers continue breastfeeding their newborn children.

M.Eng. Capstone Project Highlight: Commercializing Nanocarriers for Neurological Diseases

A capstone team of bioengineering MEng students is developing nanocarriers to deliver medicine to inaccessible regions of the brain to treat neurologic and brain-related diseases.

Two BioE startups graduating from CITRIS Foundry

BioE startups GenEdit (Prof Niren Murthy and PhD Kunwoo Lee) and SmartPhage (MEng Job Shiach) have completed their time as members of the CITRIS Foundry’s startup program and are going out to change the world.

Liepmann lab student wins capstone award

Master of Engineering student Nicholas Engel won the Alumni Innovation Award at this year’s Fall Capstone Expo!