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We are incredibly pleased and proud to announce that Dr. Zaman has been awarded tenure and promoted to Associate Professor!
Professor Zaman was featured today in an article in the New York Times for his dedication to incorporating student feedback into his teaching. Check out the full article here.
Read Prof. Muhammad Zaman's latest blog post in the Huffington Post here: http://huff.to/AkeODS
The Express Tribune has published a second op-ed piece by LEED Director Prof. Muhammad Zaman!
Read the full article here: http://tribune.com.pk/story/325987/of-substandard-drugs/
"Doctors, meet engineers"
A commentary on cultivating biomedical innovation in Pakistan
"Biomedical engineering education and practice challenges and opportunities in improving health in developing countries," authored by LEED's Dan Lustick and Prof. Muhammad Zaman, was published in the proceedings of the 2011 Atlanta Conference on Science Innovation and Policy! Access the article directly here: Biomedical engineering education and practice challenges... More
Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 November 2011
Today, the UNECA supported initiative termed “Engineering Expertise to Improve Health Outcomes in Africa” has adopted a generic Biomedical Engineering (BME) curriculum to guide participating universities develop their own BME programs and departments. Representative from universities in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa and Zambia participated... More
In an article in the alumni magazine, Bostonia, LEED member Amy Canham discusses lessons learned in designing technology for developing contexts. Read the full article here.
Watch this video on YouTube
Whether innovating cheap, efficient ways to diagnose tuberculosis and cancer, or building a nanosatellite that measures the effect of solar storms on our power grids, Boston University Engineering undergraduates are engaged at the cutting edge of research. More than 100 undergraduates, many in paid positions, work... More