With nonprofit and book, alumna seeks to hook girls on STEM fields By Patrick L. Kennedy The girls raised their hands to ask and answer questions when Sarah Foster (ENG’05) visited her sons’ second- and third-grade classrooms as a volunteer, running engineering activities. Evidently, both boys and girls were curious about science, technology, engineering and […]
With an NIH R25 grant, Professor Joyce Wong (BME, MSE) and colleagues are introducing engineering students to challenges in kidney medicine, and training them to tackle those challenges with technology. Wong’s co–principal investigators on the grant are MED nephrology professors Sushrut Waikar and Vipul Chitalia.
Professor Joyce Wong (BME, MSE), has been named president-elect of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), one of the foremost biomedical engineering societies in the country. Her term as president will begin in 2022. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., and numbering 50,000 members, including the nation’s most accomplished biomedical engineers, AIMBE boasts a […]
Whether innovating COVID-19 negative pressure isolation tents for hospitals, devising a way to image and treat abdominal surgical adhesions, or creating a method to enhance tissue engineering, Wong has adopted a mindset of innovation.
Joyce Wong (BME, MSE) and Eric Kolaczyk (CAS, SE) were elected 2017 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Professor Joyce Y. Wong (BME, MSE) has been named a Fellow of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).