Early Warning for Seizures Could Be a Game-Changer for Epilepsy Patients

Early Warning for Seizures Could Be a Game-Changer for Epilepsy Patients

USC Researchers have harnessed a powerful mathematical model to provide advanced seizure prediction, revolutionizing epilepsy management and treatment.

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USC News: USC Research Coalition Uses Computer Models to Refine Bionic Eye

Computing advances are speeding up improvements to the artificial retina developed by USC’s Mark Humayun and colleagues.

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Society for Developmental Biology: Scott Fraser Awarded Edwin G. Conklin Medal by the Society for Developmental Biology

The Provost Professor of biological sciences and professor of biomedical engineering is USC’s first ever recipient of the Conklin Medal, recognizing extraordinary research contributions to developmental biology.

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Cell Article Calls to End U.S. Funding Discrimination Against Black Scientists

Cell Article Calls to End U.S. Funding Discrimination Against Black Scientists

Network of biomedical engineering academics from across the nation focus on removing this barrier to success

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Three USC Viterbi Faculty Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Three USC Viterbi Faculty Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Professors Keith Chugg, Jay Kuo and Gerald Loeb join this year’s list of 175 distinguished academic inventors

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Brain Development and Disorder Research Receives $1.5 Million NSF Boost

Brain Development and Disorder Research Receives $1.5 Million NSF Boost

Megan McCain, Giorgia Quadrato and Leonardo Morsut have been awarded a four year National Science Foundation grant to develop better organoids, to help us understand human brain development and disease.

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Welcome to the USC Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME)!
Since our early roots as an option within electrical engineering in 1963, we have maintained a longstanding tradition of advancing biomedicine through the development and application of novel engineering ideas. Our department, established in 1976, includes over 75 primary and affiliated faculty members that conduct cutting-edge research in a wide variety of areas, including
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Stacey Finley Featured On Talk Nerdy Podcast

Gordon S. Marshall Early Career Chair and Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Stacey Finley is the featured guest on the latest episode of Talk Nerdy podcast. Finley discusses her work with the Computational Systems Biology Laboratory at USC developing mechanistic models of biological processes. [Read more]

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Early Warning for Seizures Could Be a Game-Changer for Epilepsy Patients

Early Warning for Seizures Could Be a Game-Changer for Epilepsy Patients

USC Researchers have harnessed a powerful mathematical model to provide advanced seizure prediction, revolutionizing epilepsy management and treatment.

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Three USC Viterbi Faculty Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Three USC Viterbi Faculty Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Professors Keith Chugg, Jay Kuo and Gerald Loeb join this year’s list of 175 distinguished academic inventors

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