Science & Engineering Hall

This 500,000 square foot, state-of-the-art building is the home of SEAS research and education in biomedical engineering, cybersecurity, high-performance computing, nanotechnologies, robotics, and many other fields. Find out more

Focus Areas


Faculty and Research Topics

Matthew Kay, Associate Professor
Research Areas: Cardiac electrophysiology, arrhythmias, and metabolism. Numerical simulations, signal processing, and instrumentation.

Zhenyu Li, Assistant Professor
Research Areas: Integration of nanophotonics and microfluidics, or Optofluidics, for life sciences and medicine, particularly single cell analysis for stem cell and cancer research, and portable integrated biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics, environmental monitoring and food safety inspection.

Murray Loew, Professor
Research Areas: Image processing and analysis; pattern recognition; medical applications in imaging and diagnosis; multispectral imaging in medicine and art.

Jason Zara, Associate Professor
Research Areas: Medical imaging, optical imaging, ultrasound imaging, medical image analysis.

Vesna Zderic, Associate Professor
Research AreasUltrasound-enhanced drug delivery,  ultrasound modulation of cell and tissue responses, focused ultrasound  therapy for hemorrhage control and tumor treatment, development of novel therapeutic devices.


Recent Research Projects

Project Title: Acute Myocardial Ischemia: When Too Little is Too Much
Principal Investigator: Matthew Kay
Sponsor: HHS/National Institutes of Health

Project Title: Ultrasound-Enhanced Ocular Drug Delivery
Principal Investigator: Vesna Zderic
Sponsor: HHS/National Institutes of Health

Project Title: Computer-Aided Diagnosis of OCT Images of the Urinary Bladder
Principal Investigator: Jason Zara
Sponsor: Imalux Corporation