Browse Research by Faculty Name
Filtered by Department: Biomedical Engineering
Click on a faculty member's name to view the full profile, including any posted projects.
Displaying 21 - 30 of 30 records.
|Salamone, Joseph||Biomedical Engineering|
|Smyth, Hugh||Biomedical Engineering; Pharmaceutics; College of Pharmacy||Controlled Release Pulmonary Drug Delivery We are developing novel microparticle systems to overcome the rapid clearance of drugs and particulates that prevent long-term drug release in the airways. …|
|Soares, Joao||Biomedical Engineering||The overarching goal of the Center for Cardiovascular Simulation (CCS) is developing computational biomechanical models for understanding heart valve and heart disease progression for developing …|
|Sokolov, Konstantin||Biomedical Engineering||Dr. Sokolov's research activities are focused on development on new optical imaging and spectroscopic modalities for pre-cancer detection and monitoring. Major projects in his lab include: …|
|Stachowiak, Jeanne||Biomedical Engineering||Professor Stachowiak is interested in the biophysical mechanisms that underlie the function of lipid membranes in cells, as well as the opportunity to create bio-inspired materials and systems that …|
|Suggs, Laura||Biomedical Engineering||Cardiovascular tissue engineering, Extracellular matrix analogs, Adult progenitor cells, Vasculogenesis Dr. Suggs' Lab is primarily interested in the development of biologically active materials …|
|Tunnell, James||Biomedical Engineering||Biomedical optical spectroscopy and imaging; early cancer detection; laser-tissue interactions; nanotechnology; nano-photonics The Biophotonics Laboratory's focus is on developing minimally …|
|Xie, Chong||Biomedical Engineering||Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation|
|Yeh, Hsin-Chih||Biomedical Engineering||Nanobiosensor development, cancer biomarker detection; Single-molecule spectroscopy for biomoledcule and nanomaterial characterization; 3D molecular tracking and super-resolution imaging|
|Zoldan, Janeta||Biomedical Engineering||Human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) as a model system to explore key principles underlying tissue formation processes by integrating and applying materials and stem cell …|