Kelly Stevens

Four Bioengineering professors receive WRF grant for pioneering life-science projects

UW Bioengineering faculty have been awarded major new grant funding by the Washington Research [...]

2024-06-12T11:04:15-07:00June 12th, 2024|

Kelly Stevens, Azadeh Yazdan to present 2023-24 Science in Medicine Lectures

Kelly Stevens, associate professor of bioengineering and of laboratory medicine and pathology, and Azadeh Yazdan-Shahmorad, [...]

2023-12-01T05:34:21-08:00September 27th, 2023|

Engineered human liver tissue “seeds” blossom after transplant, offer an alternative strategy to organ transplantation

Researchers discovered that a "seed" of human liver and supporting cells "blossomed" to 50 times its original size in mice. The work could lead to clinical solutions for organ disease and failure, and serve as an alternative to whole organ transplant.

2021-03-02T05:45:18-08:00July 24th, 2017|
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