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UF engineers and neuroscientists will test the effectiveness of a new motion-activated type of deep brain stimulation (DBS) aimed at improving treatment for patients with severe essential tremor, a neurological disorder that causes involuntary shaking and usually worsens over time.
As we wrap up the end of the year, here’s a look at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s accomplishments.
David Hibbitts, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, has been named a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program Award winner.
For the first time in the United States, a gene editing tool has been used to treat advanced cancer in three patients and showed promising early results in a pilot phase 1 clinical trial.
UF biomedical engineer Edward Phelps, Ph.D., discovers alternate mode of GABA release from pancreatic beta cells.
Timothy Townsend, Ph.D. and his team from the Sustainable Materials Management Research Lab at UF, are spearheading research to study PFAS at landfills and our waste stream as a whole.
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, in collaboration with several other colleges, is piloting a project that could serve as a model for collecting and analyzing data from real-time monitoring of coastlines globally using the living laboratory of Florida’s own 8,436 miles of coastline. Using advanced sensors, including new technology in development at UF, the multidisciplinary team will develop a …
The J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering receives more funding from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases’ than any other biomedical engineering department nationally.