This award recognizes Dr. Stevens' efforts to address the clinical challenge of liver disease by building an artificial engineered liver using pluriopotent stem cells.
Wendy Thomas, associate professor of bioengineering and vice chair of academic affairs, delivered the plenary talk at Oct. 8's Strengthening STEM through Diversity event, an all-day event focused on inclusivity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Patrick Stayton, the Distinguished Career Professor of Bioengineering and director of the UW Molecular Engineering and Sciences Institute, and Valerie Daggett, professor of bioengineering, will present 2016-2017 UW Medicine Science in Medicine Lectures.
UW Bioengineering's Innovation and Impact offers an update on our innovation in research and education, and recognizes recent student and faculty achievements.
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.
2016 Allan S. Hoffman Lecture – Kinam Park, “Drug Delivery Systems: Accelerated Evolution for the Future”
2016 Allan S. Hoffman Lecture: “Drug Delivery Systems: Accelerated Evolution for the Future” to be presented by Kinam Park, Ph.D., the Showalter Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering & College of Pharmacy, Purdue University. 4:30 p.m., Monday, October 10, 2016
Prospective students, alumni, and other peers are welcome to stop by and visit UW Bioengineering at the 2016-17 BMES, SACNAS and ABRCMS conferences.
The "Under the Boughs" seminars will offer interactive discussions with leaders in health care. The series will examine the forces driving health care change, and the potential for innovation - technological, organizational, financial and political - to make a constructive difference.
Ph.D. students Nuttada Panpradist and Rahil Jain of Assoc. Prof. Barry Lutz's lab have proposed improved technologies for diagnosing HIV, influenza.