Image: BioE Ph.D. student Molly Mollica talks with Seattle's King 5 TV about the importance [...]
A drive to engineer solutions to global health problems compelled recent Yager lab Ph.D. graduate Joshua Buser to pursue bioengineering. He aims to bring diagnostic testing to low-resource settings – and increase access to affordable health care closer to home.
Bioengineering has become a popular undergraduate major, and the cohort size has grown. New BioE 'families' seek to maintain the cohort's sense of community, and offer undergrads opportunities for leadership, mentoring.
Nuttada is developing OLA-SIMPLE, which aims to be the first instrument-free device that emulates the diagnostic capabilities of laboratory testing to provide a rapid visual readout of HIV diagnosis, viral load and drug resistance at the point of care.
College of Engineering features Bioengineers without Borders team’s project to create portable anesthesia device for developing countries
Photo: Eric Swanson and David Peeler, Bioengineers Without Borders team members and Bioengineering graduate students. A [...]
The researchers were selected for their proposal and business plan to develop a targeted drug delivery system for breast cancer which targets a specific population of tumor-promoting cells.
160 freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors attended the BioE Undergraduate Orientation, which served to welcome students to the new academic year and provide networking opportunities.
As a peer advisor, junior and pre-med student Brittni Burgess is excited to help prospective applicants to the bioengineering major gain an inside perspective of the BioE student experience.
Ph.D. students Nuttada Panpradist and Rahil Jain of Assoc. Prof. Barry Lutz's lab have proposed improved technologies for diagnosing HIV, influenza.
Biofilms7 is the seventh iteration of the internationally acclaimed Biofilms conference series addressing cutting-edge issues of biofilms in industry, environment and health.