The paper, published recently in Nature Biotechnology, describes the study he co-authored with his colleagues to design a temporary, battery-free pacemaker that can be broken down by the patient's body.
A team of students from the Biomedical Engineering Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering department worked with researchers at Walter Reed National Medical Center and Quality of Life Plus to redesign a chair that collects posture control data to assist with the care of amputees.
SEAS will offer a three-week, three credit Introduction to Engineering course, beginning June 7, for high school students. The course provides a hands-on project and experiment-based introduction to the various disciplines within engineering and applied science. Learn more and register.
The NSF awards the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships to students making outstanding contributions to the STEM disciplines.
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The department newsletters are another good way to keep up with BME news. The newsletter is published each semester and covers faculty profiles, research highlights, awards and honors, department lectures, and more.