In Pursuit of a Realistic Model of the Hippocampus

In Pursuit of a Realistic Model of the Hippocampus

USC Viterbi biomedical engineers have secured $1.2 million in BRAIN Initiative funding to create a model of the hippocampus that is functionally indistinguishable from the real thing.

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Two USC Viterbi Students Named Caldwell Scholars

Two USC Viterbi Students Named Caldwell Scholars

First-year students Jose M. Zarate Diaz and Raul Torres Jr. win the prestigious award

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SHINE 2021: 58 High School Students Actively Contribute To USC Viterbi Research

SHINE 2021: 58 High School Students Actively Contribute To USC Viterbi Research

“A sense of confidence, exposure and knowledge:” Students, family, and faculty celebrate the conclusion of this summer’s session of SHINE with annual poster session

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“Natural Killer Cells” to Fight Viral Infections Like COVID-19 Awarded NSF Funding

“Natural Killer Cells” to Fight Viral Infections Like COVID-19 Awarded NSF Funding

Eun Ji Chung and her team will examine the properties of these powerful cells and how they can be developed into treatments for COVID-19 and other viral infections.

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Ph.D. Students Antonina Maxey and Natalie Khalil Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Ph.D. Students Antonina Maxey and Natalie Khalil Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

The Department of Biomedical Engineering students will pursue research to broaden our understanding of heart attacks and how the cells of the uterus function.

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USC Professor Scott E. Fraser Redefines Impossible Problems

USC Professor Scott E. Fraser Redefines Impossible Problems

USC Stem Cell profiles Fraser, whose career-long commitment to solving problems has broadly enabled scientific discovery and earned him many accolades.

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Biomedical Engineering @ USC

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
biomedical devices & imaging, cellular & molecular bioengineering, mathematical/computational biosystems, and neuroengineering.

What Is Biomedical Engineering?

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Laboratory for Design of Medical and Analytical Devices
Laboratory for the Design of Medical and Analytical Devices
The Treweek Lab
Treweek Lab
Zavaleta Lab
Zavaleta Lab
The Chung Laboratory
The Chung Laboratory
Laboratory for Integrative Biosystems Engineering
Laboratory for Integrative Biosystems Engineering
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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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In Pursuit of a Realistic Model of the Hippocampus

In Pursuit of a Realistic Model of the Hippocampus

USC Viterbi biomedical engineers have secured $1.2 million in BRAIN Initiative funding to create a model of the hippocampus that is functionally indistinguishable from the real thing.

Read More

Two USC Viterbi Students Named Caldwell Scholars

Two USC Viterbi Students Named Caldwell Scholars

First-year students Jose M. Zarate Diaz and Raul Torres Jr. win the prestigious award

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