Congrats to the MEDesign team sponsored by the USC Department of Biomedical Engineering on their big win at the annual UC Davis Makeathon! The event, a competition in which participants have 48 hours to design and prototype a medical device that solves a given clinical or medical problem, took place on January 12-14th, 2018. The USC Viterbi undergraduate students on the … Read More
Professor Ted Berger has been chosen as an IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) Distinguished Lecturer for the 2018-2019 academic year. The IEEE EMBS invites nominations EMBS Distinguished Lecturers. This program provides high quality speakers to the biomedical engineering community, especially, EMBS Chapters, student branch chapters, and student clubs. Appointment as an EMBS Distinguished Lecturer is a major … Read More
A big congrats goes to Assistant Professor Stacey Finley on being chosen by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) as a NextGen Star. The NextGen Stars program provides an exciting opportunity to increase the visibility of early-career scientists at the AACR Annual Meeting and to support the professional development and advancement of those selected as AACR NextGen Stars. As … Read More
The USC Department of Biomedical Engineering would like to recognize Terry Sanger, M.D., Ph.D. on his recent promotion to Full Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Neurology, and Biokinesiology. Congrats, Dr. Sanger, and Fight On!
The 22nd Annual Grodins Research Symposium will be held on Friday, April 13, 2018 at the USC Radisson.
Stacey Finley Featured on ACS CrowdRise Site Stacey Finley has been awarded an American Cancer Society (ACS) research grant to develop a computer-driven model of molecules that stimulate and inhibit tumor angiogenesis. She is featured on ACS’s “Denim Day” crowdfunding website. Check out Stacey’s proposal as well as this fun initiative to raise money for cancer research!
Ellis Meng Honored as ASME and BMES Fellow Congratulations to Professor Ellis Meng on being distinguished doubly in 2017, as both an American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Fellow and Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Fellow. Meng was selected by the ASME Committee of Past Presidents “for contributions to the field of biomedical microelectromechanical systems.” BMES selected Meng because she has … Read More
BME Students Win BMES 2017 Awards Congratulations to BME undergraduate student Tilden Chima ’18 (L) and PhD student Jeffrey Santoso (R) for winning BMES 2017 travel awards. Chima is a 2017 BMES-NSBE Travel Awardee and Santoso is a 2017 BMES Career Development Awardee. Awesome job, both!!