Blanka Sharma, Ph.D., receives Early Career Award from National Science Foundation to study ways to kill cancer cells.
Anchor Biologics is a collaboration of UF biomedical engineering researchers that aim to create a new treatment for inflammatory diseases.
UF honors 40 successful alumni at Orange & Blue football game, including three engineers.
Three Engineering Faculty Named UF Research Foundation Professors for 2019-2022Read Story
Biomedical engineering professor Dr. Parisa Rashidi collaborates with UF Health to develop DeepSOFA system.
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Dr. Cherie Stabler is developing a process to encapsulate transplanted cells, eliminating the need for systemic immune suppression drugs.
UF engineering researchers are trying to help the elderly, amputees, and people with stroke and spinal cord injury to improve their balance.
UF biomedical engineers tackle the lifecycle of OA with $3.3 million in NIH grants.
With recent changes in the recommended annual limit on eye lens exposures to ionizing radiation, there is considerable interest in predictive computational dosimetry models of the human eye.