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.
2015 Rushmer Lecture – Joseph M. DeSimone: “Breakthroughs in Imprint Lithography and 3D Additive Fabrication”
Joseph M. DeSimone of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, will present the 27th Annual Rushmer Lecture: “Breakthroughs in Imprint Lithography and 3D Additive Fabrication”
Engineering Solutions for Life and Health June 1, 2015 W.H. Foege Bioengineering Building (Foege North)
UW Bioengineering eNews Spring 2015 features the latest on the Department of Bioengineering’s advances in bioengineering research and education, as well as recognizes awards and honors received by our students and faculty.
The 2015 Department of Bioengineering Graduation Celebration will be held on Friday, June 12th, 2015 in Hogness Auditorium .All BIOE students who will be graduating Autumn 2014, Winter, 2015, Spring 2015, or Summer 2015 are eligible to participate.
UW Bioengineering invites faculty, students and staff to register for Biomaterials Day 2015: Biomaterials in Translation: From Academia to Industry. This event will feature talks from leading professors and physicians on applications and research in biomaterials and a panel discussion on biomaterials in industry.
More than 200 students, faculty and staff gathered in the UW’s HUB Lyceum Room on Friday, December 5th for the annual UW BioE Holiday Party to enjoy food, beverages and communal holiday spirit. Special guest Michael Levitt, 2013 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and December UW Walker Ames lecturer, was in attendance. Party attendees participated in the Bake-Off, Ugly Sweater Contest and more!
In this issue: Chair’s Welcome – Features – Bioengineers in the News – Awards & Honors – Events Chair’s Welcome Dear Alumni and Friends, Greetings from the University of Washington […]
UW Bioengineering Professor Joan Sanders will present in the 2014-2015 Science in Medicine Lecture series. The series, presented on behalf of the School of Medicine and Council on Research and Graduate Education, features talks by UW Medicine faculty researchers and clinicians on topics representing the breadth and diversity of UW Medicine’s cutting-edge research and clinical care.
UW Bioengineering Professor Dr. Valerie Daggett is hosting December 2014’s UW Walker Ames lecturer, Dr. Michael Levitt, the Robert W. Vivian K. Cahill Professor of Cancer Research in the Department of Structural Biology at Stanford School of Medicine. Dr. Levitt is a 2013 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and was also Dr. Daggett’s postdoc advisor in the early 1990s.