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biomedical-engineering

Global health
Designed to save lives
Published Sept 25, 2016
Students in CBID master's program create medical devices to solve clinical problems in U.S., around the world
Sports medicine
Why women are more prone to ACL injuries
Published Sept 25, 2016
Researchers find new evidence of link between testosterone, strength of knee ligament
Heart health
A healing light?
Published Sept 25, 2016 Video
In lab test, researchers stop lethal heart arrhythmias with gentle light—not harsh electric shocks
Innovators under 35
WSE researcher honored
Published Sept 25, 2016
Muyinatu Bell, who mixes sound, light, robotic technology to enhance medical imaging, recognized by 'MIT Technology Review'
Biomedical engineering
Facing the future
Published Sept 25, 2016
Researcher Warren Grayson creates ready-to-implant plastic bones that grow into living tissue for facial reconstructive surgery / JHU Engineering magazine
Undergraduate research
Breathing easier
Published Sept 25, 2016 Video
Student team designs device that could help reduce deaths from battlefield injuries that block breathing
Biomedical engineering
Back in the game
Published Sept 25, 2016 Video
Novel controller allows video gamers to compete with their feet
Collaborative research
A different kind of operation
Published Sept 25, 2016
Laboratory for neurosurgery, biomedical engineering sparks new partnerships
Heart health
Assessing arrhythmia risk
Published Sept 25, 2016
Personalized virtual heart can predict the risk of sudden cardiac death
Healthcare design
Sinus solution
Published Sept 25, 2016
Student team wins design competition with device to treat chronic sinus inflammation