Congratulations to Natalie Nelson who has been selected to participate in the University Scholars Program under Dr. William Ogle! Natalie will conduct research with Dr. Ogle, her mentor. Upon completion of the project, she will be required to write a… Read More
Chelsea Magin has won the the Phyllis M. Meek Spirit of Susan B. Anthony Award. This award is specifically designed to recognize a young Woman Leader at the University of Florida who emphasizes women’s issues and female empowerment and currently… Read More
Dr. Huabei Jiang (PI) and Dr. Paul Carney (Co-PI) have teamed up to develop a novel technique for non-invasive detection of epilepsy. The grant is titled “Noninvasive Functional and Cellular Imaging of Epilepsy” and is funded by the National Institute… Read More
BME joint and affiliate faculty Drs. Carney, Sarntinotanont, and Mareci are promoting Neuro-Therapeutics by tracking through functional MRI how drugs distribute in the brain.
Most biopsies following mammograms reveal benign abnormalities, not cancer. But women may not have to endure the medical costs, stress and potential complications that accompany such invasive biopsies forever. A University of Florida biomedical engineering researcher is making progress on… Read More
We are excited to announce that we have started to move into the new Biomedical Sciences Building. Our department administration has moved, and you can now find us on the ground floor towards the back of the building (JG-56). We… Read More
The J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering has approved and published a new policy for affiliate faculty members.
Stephen Myers, a Ph.D student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Florida, has invented a nifty RFID based system to help the elderly and people with bad hands dial the telephone without having to punch any keys. By swiping… Read More
The Office of Research is providing student Chelsea Magin $300 in support for her to attend the Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference held in Long Beach, California on October 15-17, 2009. Congratulations on this unique opportunity!
The Office of Research is providing student Il Park $300 in support for him to attend the Society for Neuroscience 2009 Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL on October 17-21, 2009. Congratulations on this unique opportunity!