August 1-3, 2016. Attendees will learn the capabilities of biomedical surface analysis methods and how to intelligently review data received from surface analysis laboratories.
The 2016 Department of Bioengineering Graduation Celebration will be held on Friday, June 10th, 2016 in Hogness Auditorium. All BIOE students who will be graduating Autumn 2015, Winter 2016, Spring 2016 or Summer 2016 are eligible to participate.
(Updated with video) BioEngage hosts Buddy Ratner webinar: Biomaterials: Origins, Impacts and Prognostications
On May 5, 2016, UW's BioEngage will host a FREE online webinar with speaker Buddy Ratner, Ph.D. titled "Biomaterials: Origins, Impacts and Prognostications."
August 3-5, 2016. A 2.5 day intensive introdcution to biomaterials, medical devices and biocompatibility presented by experts.
Engineering Solutions for Life and Health: May 23, 2016, 3:00-6:30 p.m., W.H. Foege Bioengineering Building (Foege North). Join UW Bioengineering as we celebrate the accomplishments in research and design innovation made by the Class of 2016.
The Controlled Release Society (CRS) Board of Directors extends a cordial invitation to an evening of celebration in honor of Dr. Allan Hoffman, UW Bioengineering Professor Emeritus the recipient of the 2016 CRS Foundation Award.
In his Feb. 25 Science in Medicine lecture "Mapping Living Human Brain Structure and Function Before Birth," joint UW Professor of Pediatrics and Bioengineering Colin Studholme will describe his group's efforts to develop methods to safely study the human brain before birth.
UW Bioengineering's Distinguished Lecturer Series invites internationally recognized leaders in the field of bioengineering to present their work and to engage with our faculty, students and trainees.
“Engineering Personalized Medicine” Molly S. Shoichet, Ph.D. University Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Department of Chemistry Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering University of Toronto
nanoDDS is the key annual event for researchers developing next-generation delivery vehicles - targeted, responsive, biodegradable nanomaterials - to make diagnostics more sensitive and drugs more effective.