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Bioengineering | College of Engineering

The Bioengineering Programprovides a seriesof professional studies grounded in engineering fundamentals and arts and sciences and augmented by the development of interpersonal skills, experiential learning, and an appreciation of lifelong learning. Graduates are prepared to apply their knowledge to societys needs and help shape the future Continue reading

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Bioengineering | Berkeley Graduate Division

The Department of Bioengineering offers a Master of Engineering (MEng) in Bioengineering,PhD in Bioengineering, and a Master of Translational Medicine (MTM). The PhD and MTM are operated in partnership with UC San Francisco, and degrees are grantedjointly by UCSF and UC Berkeley. The Master of Engineering is a one-year masters degree with a strong emphasis on engineering and entrepreneurship designed for students planning to move directly into industry after completing the program Continue reading

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Ortho Regenerative Technologies’ CSO, Michael Buschmann, PhD, Appointed Bioengineering Chair at George Mason … – Markets Insider

KIRKLAND, QC, Sept. 6, 2017 /CNW/ -Ortho Regenerative Technologies Inc. (“Ortho RTi” or the “Company”), an emerging Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Technology company, wishes to congratulate its Chief Scientific Officer, Michael Buschmann, PhD, on his recent appointment as Bioengineering Chair, Professor and Eminent Scholar (an award from Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology) at George Mason University (“Mason”) in Fairfax, VA Continue reading

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Working Lung Model with Intact Vasculature Likely to Aid Research, Lung Transplants – Lung Disease News

Researchers at Columbia University have found a way to bioengineer aworking lung a very complex structure with a viable and intactblood vessel network that can support studies of lung cell repair and stem cell transplants, aiding both research into lung diseases and, potentially, the availability of donor lungs. The team, led by Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, director of the Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering, recently published itfindings inthe journal Science Advances in a study titled Functional vascularized lung grafts for lung bioengineering. We developed a radically new approach to bioengineering of the lung, Vunjak-Novakovic, who is also aprofessor of medical sciences at Columbia, said in a news release Continue reading

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Faculty Mentors Guide Aspiring Researchers from Mexico in Program – University of Texas at Dallas (press release)

Text size: campus Sept. 7, 2017 Fifteen undergraduates participated in a summer program at The University of Texas at Dallas that invites students from Mexico to explore STEM-related research careers in fields such as biology, geographic information systems, materials science, physics, computer science and bioengineering. The UT Dallas-Mexico Summer Research Program is designed to equip students from participating Mexican universities with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue careers in these fields. Continue reading

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ASU biomedical engineer spotlighted as emerging international leader – Arizona State University

ASU graduate and undergraduate students are getting valuable research experience in Associate Professor Sarah Stabenfeldts lab. Her work on developing new and improved approaches to treating neural injury has been highlighted by a leading international science organization. Continue reading

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