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CBET Program 5345 Research Highlights


Biomedical Engineering

Program Director:   Semahat Demir

Listed below are selected Research Highlights from this program:

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and Link to Abstract

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and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlights Pages/Links Coming Soon]
FY 2012
* Yuan, Fan
Duke University
  An Engineered Tumor Model for Improving Drug and Gene Delivery Studies
FY 2010
* McDevitt, Todd
Georgia Institute of Technology
  Engineering of Embryonic Stem Cell (ESC) Microenvironments via Biomaterials
FY 2009
* Fletcher, Daniel
University of California Berkeley
  CAREER: Biomechanics of Polymerization Motors and Cell Motility
* Irvine, Darrell
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
  CAREER: Colloidal Micelles as Multifunctional Vaccines
FY 2007
* Hagness, Susan
University of Wisconsin-Madison
  Imaging Early-stage Breast Cancer with UltraWideBand (UWB) Radar Techniques: A New Modality
* He, Bin
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  A New Modality for Cardiac Funtional Imaging


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