The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has elected four BME faculty members—Professors Jerome Mertz, Barbara Shinn-Cunningham and Sandor Vajda (SE) and Associate Professor Catherine Klapperich (MSE)—to the AIMBE College of Fellows. They join more than 1,500 outstanding biomedical engineers in academia, industry and government who have distinguished themselves through significant contributions in research, industrial practice and/or education. See... More
Watch the team's youtube video here! http://youtu.be/sTd4VYZpQHs Senior Project Team
Congrats to the BU team mentored by Dr. Mario Cabodi on their Honorable Mention! An Integrated Microfluidic System for Sample Concentration and Extraction: Boston University, Rebecca LaCroix, Michelle Wong, Justine Lo, and Gabriella Stueber Congratulations to the winning teams of the 2013 Design by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams (DEBUT) challenge! Read more at http://go.usa.gov/j79d
Congratulations to Michelle and Rebecca for winning the Second Place College of Engineering Societal Impact Award. Their Senior Project was titled, "Design and Characterization of an Integrated Microfluidic System for Sample Concentration and Extraction.”
Congratulations to Lab member Nga Ho, who is a finalist for the 2013 CIMIT Primary Healthcare Prize. Details about Ms. Ho and the award here.
Check out members of the Klapperich Lab and others from around the world talk about the next generation of point of care diagnostics for global health! http://youtu.be/2rJlZNeZfD8
The Adobe Connect links for each of the four sessions are available at www.bu.edu/klapperich/mf20 Thank you to all who attended, both live and over the web!
Congrats to our newest graduate! Jared will stay on with the lab for his Ph.D.!
Boston University is now home to the new Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care (FTCC). See the fabulous article about the FTCC at BU Today.
The speaker list for Microfluidics 2.0 2012 has been finalized! Please check it out and register at www.bu.edu/klapperich/mf20.