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|Baker, Aaron||Biomedical Engineering||Dr. Baker specializes in cardiovascular biology—specifically devices and interventional technologies to prevent atherosclerosis and restenosis. His research focuses on vascular …|
|Brock, Amy||Biomedical Engineering|
|Diller, Kenneth||Biomedical Engineering||Low-temperature biology; Tissue banking; Burn injury; Computer vision Dr. Diller is an international authority on the application of the principles of heat and mass transfer and …|
|Dunn, Andrew||Biomedical Engineering||Dr. Dunn's research is focused on developing novel optical imaging techniques for imaging brain function. His lab seeks to integrate innovative photonics and computational techniques and to apply …|
|Emelianov, Stanislav||Biomedical Engineering||Medical imaging; Multi-modal imaging; Photoacoustic imaging; Elasticity imaging; Cellular/molecular imaging; Functional imaging; Image-guided therapy; Contrast agents; Nanoparticles; …|
|Fernandez, Benito||Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Modeling, Simulation and Control Design of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems; Robust-Optimal Adaptive Control (ROAC); System Identification, Diagnostics, Prognosis with Confidence Intervals, Useful Life …|
|Georgiou, George||Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||Development of new technologies to aid protein engineering and drug discovery; engineering of therapeutic and diagnostic antibodies; engineering of novel enzymes; the mechanism of oxidative protein …|
|Jiang, Ning||Biomedical Engineering||Professor Jiang’s research is focused on systems immunology. A dysfunctional or dysregulated immune system not only fails to offer protection, it can also introduce unnecessary immune responses …|
|Kreuzer, Steven||Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Mechanotransduction--the process by which cells turn external, mechanical signals (force, displacement, etc.) into changes in behavior--is a key phenomena that governs both the maintenance of healthy …|
|Marek, Stephen||Biomedical Engineering||Biomedical engineering|