Emeritus Faculty

UW Bioengineering emeritus faculty are retired from active teaching and research activities in the department, do not maintain labs, and do not accept graduate students. Emeritus faculty include:

Kirk W. Beach
David M. Foster
Michael Hlastala
Allan S. Hoffman
Thomas A. Horbett
Martin J. Kushmerick
Henry C. Lai
Roy Martin
Don Martyn
Francis Spelman
Pedro Verdugo

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Kelli Jayn Nichols, Director of Academic Services
I direct UW Bioengineering Academic Services, advise undergraduates, and answer questions from prospective Ph.D. and PHARBE students.
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Kelli Jayn Nichols, Director, Academic Services
Marta Scatena, Graduate Program Coordinator
As the Graduate Program Coordinator, I help our PhD and MS students progress through their degree programs.
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Marta Scatena, Graduate Program Coordinator
Holly Williams
I advise undergraduate students and specialize in freshmen and transfer advising.
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Holly Williams, Academic Counselor, Undergraduate Programs
Peggy Sharp
I advise current and prospective MS, PhD and PharBE students.
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Peggy Sharp, Academic Counselor, Graduate Programs
Lael Wentland, UW Bioengineering peer advisor
I am a UW Bioengineering peer advisor and provide guidance to undergraduate students. Spring 2015 Drop-in Hours: Wednesdays, 11:45 – 2:15pm, Foege N137
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B.S. Bioengineering Information Sessions

  • Wednesday, April 8, 12:30 – 1:45 p.m., Foege N230
  • Thursday, April 30, 3:00 – 4:15 p.m., Foege N230
Academic Programs by the Numbers
    • Undergraduate enrollment: 180
    • Bachelor’s degrees awarded: 53
    • Graduate enrollment: 153
    • Master’s degrees awarded: 29
    • Doctoral degrees awarded: 16
    2014 data

Research

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  • UW Bioengineering Prof. Emeritus Allan Hoffman

UW Medicine’s “most influential” scientists video series features Emeritus Allan Hoffman, adjunct David Baker

Prof. Emeritus Allan Hoffman and adjunct faculty in BioE David Baker, recognized earlier this year as among "World's Most Influential Scientific Minds" by Thomson Reuters are featured in a UW Medicine video series about the broad scope of innovative research in UW Medicine.
By |June 30th, 2016|
  • Lab on a chip cover

Albert Folch’s “The upcoming 3D printing revolution in microfluidics” featured on Lab on a Chip cover

UW Bioengineering Associate Professor Albert Folch co-authored and designed the cover illustration for the cover article "The upcoming 3D printing revolution in microfluidics" of the May 21 issue of Lab on a Chip.
By |June 27th, 2016|
  • NTD Noninvasive Therapy and Diagnosis Symposium

(Recap) BioEngage Symposium: Imaging Technologies for Precision Cancer Treatment

The BioEngage Noninvasive Therapy and Diagnosis sector held their first technical symposium on May 25, […]

By |June 10th, 2016|
  • eNews Spring Summer 2016 graphic

UW Bioengineering eNews Spring/Summer 2016

UW Bioengineering eNews offers an update on our advances in bioengineering research and education, and recognizes recent achievements of our students and faculty.
By |June 8th, 2016|
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UW Bioengineering alumnus Michael Garrison receives 2016 UW Diamond Award

Alumnus Michael Garrison (Ph.D., ’99) won UW's 2016 Diamond Award for Distinguished Achievement in Industry. Now vice president of R&D at Becton Dickinson and Co., Dr. Garrison has inspired and developed medical products that have improved health care safety, disease management and infection prevention around the world.
By |June 8th, 2016|
  • vWF secretion and fiber assembly in a microvessel

UW Bioengineers design tiny vascular networks, study clotting

UW bioengineers have engineered tiny blood vessels to study blood clotting disorders and blood flow in kidneys and other organs, and are also getting to an understanding of how mechanical forces affect blood clotting, which may one day help prevent heart disease and stroke.
By |June 8th, 2016|
  • Multi Modal Health team

BioE student teams win Third Place, Big Picture, Best Health/Healthcare Idea prizes at 2016 UW Business Plan Competition

Two UW Bioengineering student-led teams won over $15,000 at the 2016 UW Business Plan Competition. […]

By |June 8th, 2016|
  • UW Bioengineering graduates

2016 Bioengineering Graduation Celebration

The 2016 Department of Bioengineering Graduation Celebration will be held on Friday, June 10th, 2016 in Hogness Auditorium. All BIOE students who will be graduating Autumn 2015, Winter 2016, Spring 2016 or Summer 2016 are eligible to participate.
By |May 19th, 2016|
  • Wendy Thomas and Nuttada Panpradist

Wendy Thomas and Nuttada Panpradist receive 2016 UW Undergraduate Research Mentor Awards

Wendy Thomas, UW associate professor of bioengineering, and BioE Ph.D. student Nuttada Panpradist have received 2016 UW Undergraduate Research Mentor awards. Awardees are selected from nominations made by participants in the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
By |May 19th, 2016|
  • Donald Baker with ultrasound device

UW alumnus and former faculty member Donald Baker named to Washington Life Science Hall of Fame

UW alumnus and former research professor Donald W. Baker will be inducted as an inaugural member of the Washington Life Science Hall of Fame. The honor, bestowed by Life Science Washington, recognizes pioneers who have had the greatest impact on life sciences in Washington state.
By |May 19th, 2016|