Our MEng capstone team worked to increase access to tissues and organs for millions through on-demand 3D bioprinting and quadrupling current preservation times.
This MEng capstone team is using AI-powered eye tracking technology to monitor multiple sclerosis progression and treatment with unprecedented speed and accuracy.
Professor David Schaffer, of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Bioengineering, has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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At the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2019 alumni startup Eko Devices presented results in collaboration with Mayo Clinic demonstrating the use of the DUO digital stethoscope as a heart failure screening tool. This is the first time that a point of care device with a single lead ECG combined with an AI algorithm identified low ejection fraction in patients.
Check out a BioE MEng Capstone team’s work on treating stroke with electromagnetic field therapy.
The UC Berkeley Innovative Genomics Institute has awarded the 2019 Shurl & Kay Curci Foundation Faculty Scholars Program award to Liana Lareau. Lareau will spearhead a novel project using genome editing tools to understand how “silent” mutations—DNA changes that do not alter the amino acid make-up of protein—lead to human disease, and to predict which silent mutations have big effects on human health.
Professors Murthy and Conboy are featured for their work changing CRISPR to correct, rather than cut, DNA to repair genetic diseases.