The isolation imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic brought to light how important social connection is [...]
Outgoing co-presidents Ruby Lunde, left, and Aman Agarwal present at a Q-Munity meeting. [...]
Meet Ciana López, co-founder of UW's Biomedical Diversity Community.
Dr. Imoukhuede joins UW from Washington University in St. Louis.
New curriculum will teach accessibility design at start of program.
UW Bioengineering's Kelly Stevens and Univ. of Michigan's Omolola Eniola-Adefesa lead a national network of biomedical engineers calling to end funding discrimination against Black scientists.
A network of researchers are calling for an end in discrimination in funding black scientists. That's the central focus of a new report released today. The lead author is from the University of Washington. Aired on January 26, 2021 at 6:50 PM on KING-TV (Seattle, WA).
Commentary with lead author Kelly Stevens: End funding discrimination.
STEMM Prep is a highly competitive, selective national program that aims to increase diversity in science, technology, engineering math and medicine higher education programs and careers, and connect minority trainees with mentors, leaders and opportunities across the educational pipeline.
UW Bioengineering eNews offers an update on our advances in bioengineering research and education, and recognizes recent achievements of our students and faculty.
UW Bioengineering Ph.D. student has received the 2015 Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship. This $5,000 scholarship recognizes Shivani's outstanding academic achievement and strong engineering potential.
Second-year Ph.D. student Nuttada Panpradist is confronting the world’s largest public health problems. Working with Assistant Professor Barry Lutz, Nuttada develops diagnostic tests for diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis and hopes to increase access to affordable, accessible and sustainable tools that address urgent global health needs.
Senior fellow Juan Pablo Esquivel receives Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation seed grant to develop clean water monitoring device
Juan Pablo Esquivel, a senior fellow in Professor Paul Yager’s research group, led a team that received a $50,000 seed grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation at the 2014 Electrochemical Energy and Water Summit of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) to develop powerPAD, a clean water monitoring device using paper fuel cell technology
Direct freshman admit Solomon Muche “found hope in the margins” to overcome adversity and study at UW
UW BIOE Direct freshman admit and recent Ethiopian immigrant Solomon Muche faced a difficult path to UW, including homelessness. However, perseverance and hope guided him to complete high school, apply to UW and study bioengineering.
UW Bioengineering Assistant Professor Dr. Kim Woodrow led a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation youth educational outreach event on July 23, which exposed 6th to 8th graders to a college campus and laboratory and led participants in inquiry-based learning activities about STEM applications for pediatric HIV.
UW Bioengineering Summer Camp 2014 concludes, teaches high school students about bioengineering, global health
UW Bioengineering Summer Camp 2014 wraps up, teaching 24 high school students about the field of bioengineering and and the field's solutions for global health problems.
UW Bioengineering Graduate Academic Counselor Dorian Varga is the 2013-14 recipient of the GO-MAP Graduate Staff Leadership Award in recognition of her consistent efforts to promote diversity in graduate education.
UW Bioengineering faculty, staff and students participated in Engineering Discovery days April 25-26, 2014, teaching bioengineers of all ages through exciting hands-on exhibits and activities.
The 2014 BIOE Awards for Faculty Teacher/Mentor, Graduate Student TA/Mentor and Staff were announced on Friday, March 21 during the annual Rushmer Lecture. Award recipients include Barry Lutz, Wilbert Copeland and Elizabeth Soberg.
Senior Anh Ta is pursuing research solutions and embracing academic challenges, with the hope of one day becoming a pediatric oncologist.
Graduate student Wilbert Copeland pursues synthetic biology frontiers, gives back to the academic community
UW Bioengineering graduate student Wilbert Copeland pursues synthetic biology frontiers, gives back to the academic community through mentorship activities.
Congratulations to all 18 UW Bioengineering Mary Gates Research Scholarship undergraduate awardees announced for Autumn 2013!
Senior Brittney McKenzie is developing paper diagnostic devices to improve lives at home and around the world
In the weeks before graduation, Brittney is finalizing work on a device she hopes will change lives around the world.
UW Bioengineering PhD student Nuvala Fomban grew up in the African country of Cameroon, and [...]