$15 million award planned for Center for Dialysis Innovation
The gift is planned by the Northwest Kidney Centers over a 5-year span. The Center for Dialysis Innovation, co-directed by Professor Buddy Ratner, aims to engineer biomaterial and bioengineering technologies to transform dialysis care.
Next: Ph.D. student Efren Lee works to improve PET/CT gold standard, safety
Ph.D. student Efren Lee works to improve PET/CT gold standard, safety
Working with Paul Kinahan, UW professor of radiology and adjunct faculty in BioE, in the Imaging Research Laboratory, Efren aims to advance imaging technology to help physicians better plan and evaluate the success of individualized treatment.
Next: New technology images fetal brain activity in 4D
New technology images fetal brain activity in 4D
Colin Studholme, UW joint professor of bioengineering and pediatrics, is leading research that has pioneered a way to image activity in a baby’s brain before birth. The technique enables the capture of moving subjects, and opens a window on how fetal brains develop.
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Global research impact: College of Engineering Interviews Ph.D. student Nuttada Panpradist about her HIV diagnostics work
Nuttada is developing OLA-SIMPLE, which aims to be the first instrument-free point-of-care device that offers rapid HIV diagnosis, and detection of viral load and drug resistance.
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Humans of UW Bioengineering offers an inside perspective of the BioE undergrad student experience
The student-led Humans of UW Bioengineering project explores undergrads' paths to bioengineering, their experience in the major and plans for the future.
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