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9/12/2019

BUnano Faculty member Ahmad (Mo) Khalil was named Dorf-Ebner Distinguished Faculty Fellow. Dr. Khalil is Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Director of the  Biological Design Center and Co-Director of SB2 NIH/NIGMS T32 Training Program

8/2/2019

BUnano Fellow Andrew Martin (BME) and former fellow Jialiu Zeng (BME) published findings of their study in ACS pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequ .

4/26/2019

Calling all PhD students and MD/PhD students! BUnano fellowship applications are due May 31.

 

BU Wins $20M for NSF Nanosystems Engineering Research Center

By Brenda HugotSeptember 12th, 2017in Faculty, News, Programs

Goal is personalized heart tissue for clinical use Boston University has won a $20 million, five-year award from the National Science Foundation(NSF) to create a multi-institution Nanosystems Engineering Research Center (ERC), with the goal of synthesizing personalized heart tissue for clinical use. The grant, which is renewable for a total of 10 years and... More

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BUnano holds inaugural symposium

By Brenda HugotMay 3rd, 2017in Events, Faculty, News

Featuring Keynote Speaker Nobel Laureate Professor Stefan Hell  On May 2, 2017, BUnano held its inaugural symposium, “Nanotechnology for Imaging,” which focused on highlighting accomplishments of BUnano faculty and students, and featured keynote presentation by 2014 Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry, Professor Stefan Hell.

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Emphysema: A New Way to Predict Treatment Outcomes

By Brenda HugotMarch 10th, 2017in News, Programs

Boston University researchers Professor Béla Suki (left) and TRB Fellow Jarred Mondoñedo have developed a computer model of emphysema that could help predict patient survival and quality of life following treatment.  Their model suggests that a less-invasive treatment called bronchoscopic lung volume reduction (bLVR) performs as well as, or better than, More

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