Faculty honored for their positive influence on student career development.
Judges choose students' non-invasive, low-cost tool for phantom limb pain.
On May 23 BioE students will present their outstanding projects!
Ayokunle Olanrewaju will apply microfluidic devices to monitor HIV meds.
Monocytes contribute to a pro-healing response in 40 µm diameter uniform-pore, precision-templated scaffolds
Nathan R Chan, Billanna Hwang, Buddy D Ratner, James D BryersJournal of Tissue Engineering and [...]
Applied Bioengineering team developing device to address phantom limb pain.
Folch explores successful technology behind many everyday devices.
UW BioE welcomes two new core faculty members.
UW Bioengineering’s new department chair shares what drew her to the role and what’s [...]
Honor rare in early career; represents top two percent bioengineers