On Monday February 20, Bioengineering Outreach hosted students and mentors from the UW BIOXMS (Biomedical [...]
Global research impact: College of Engineering, KING 5 interview Ph.D. student Nuttada Panpradist about her HIV diagnostics work
The UW College of Engineering published an interview with Nuttada Panpradist, a fourth year Ph.D. student in Associate Professor Barry Lutz's lab who is developing an instrument-free device that can detect HIV infection, drug resistance and viral load. Nuttada talks about her path to research in BioE, and inspiration to pursue better health care worldwide.
Amanda Woodcock (B.S., '15) discusses discovering the field of product development as a senior at UW and how she decided to pursue the field as a career. "I love being in the trenches, brainstorming and coming up with solutions to the most difficult problems,"
Video: Q13 Fox Seattle coverage of the 2017 CSNE Hackathon. UW’s CSNE (Center for Sensorimotor [...]
M.S. student Eric Juang receives poster award at 22nd European Symposium on Ultrasound Contrast Imaging
Master of Science student Eric Juang won the poster award at the 22nd European Symposium on Ultrasound Contrast Imaging, held Jan. 19-20 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
UW Bioengineering Ph.D. program alumnus Alex Jiao’s startup Silene Biotech wants to help you to grow a new heart or liver – in case those organs fail later in life.
Researchers from the nationwide Infant Brain Imaging Study Network, including UW BioE adjunct faculty Stephen Dager, have discovered biomarkers for autism spectrum disorders among high-risk infants.
UW Bioengineering's Director of Finance and Administration Ruth Woods has been nominated for a UW Distinguished Staff Award. The Distinguished Staff Award highlights UW staff who display a commitment to UW and a passion for their work that never rests.
In a recent paper published in Nanotechnology, UW Bioengineering Assistant Professor Deok-Ho Kim and colleagues describe a novel method for fabricating scaffold-free tissue-engineered constructs using thermoresponsive nanofabricated substrates (TNFS) and magnetic levitation.
The event marked the third year the UW Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine visited Mill Creek Middle School to lead activities designed to teach students about science and health.