Biomedical Engineering Archive

Evripidis Gavathiotis, Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Cell Death and Cancer Cells

How do we kill cancer cells that are resistant to the proteins that look to kill

Pankaj Karande, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Engineering Living Tissue for Transplantation

Can we make human organs in the lab? Pankaj Karande, assistant professor of chemical and bioengineering

Blaine Pfeifer, University at Buffalo – E. Coli

Does E. Coli have a positive benefit to humans? Blaine Pfeifer, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biological

Jennifer Maynard, UT Austin – Outsmarting Whooping Cough

New insights into pertussis are helping to fight the disease. Jennifer Maynard, a chemical engineer at

Dennis Wolan, Scripps Research Institute – Microbiotic Biology

There’s a lot of stuff happening in the human gut! Dennis Wolan, an assistant professor in

Susan Arruda, Franklin Pierce University – Eyes & Flies

Some of the tiniest eyes in the world might hold insight into restoring human vision. Susan

Alfred Crosby, UMass Amherst – New Adhesive Technology

The animal kingdom is a frequent inspiration for engineers. Dr. Alfred Crosby, a professor of polymer

Bruce Logan, Penn State – Spit Power

Chemists at Penn State University and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University have discovered that small medical testers—things

Jin Montclare, NYU – Gene Therapy

Top scientists are working to keep us healthy on a molecular level! Dr. Jin Montclare, associate

Kirstin Matthews, Rice University – Biomedical Patents

With new technological advances come unforeseen legal issues. Dr. Kirstin Matthews, fellow in science and technology