Tag: bioengineering

Egyptian students will earn UofL degrees with two new agreements

Two new agreements will expand the University of Louisville’s global presence, allowing for international research collaborations and for students in Egypt to earn UofL...

UofL AI diagnostics researcher inducted into National Academy of Inventors El-Baz...

University of Louisville researcher Ayman El-Baz, whose work blends artificial intelligence and medical imaging, has been inducted as a Fellow into the National Academy...

UofL spinal fusion device wins first-of-its-kind FDA approval

A University of Louisville technology for measuring strain on the spine has received a first-of-its-kind approval from the FDA. The technology is the first FDA...

Bioengineering major has always been ‘trying to find a reason or...

Motivated by his cousin who was born without most of his legs, bioengineering major Miles Dunn wants to develop prosthetics when he graduates. "That's always...

How do nanoparticles contribute to medicine? Explore the ‘World of Nano’...

Presenting this month’s Beer with a Scientist is Martin O’Toole, PhD, an associate professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Louisville....

Faculty Senate introduced to new School of Nursing dean

Sonya Hardin was introduced to the Faculty Senate during its monthly meeting in Elaine Chao Auditorium on Nov. 7. She was named as the...

UofL scientists identify novel early detection for Alzheimer’s

Scientists from the University of Louisville believe they’ve developed a unique way to find areas of the brain that are susceptible to Alzheimer’s at...

Robert S. Keynton named NAI Fellow

UofL bioengineering researcher Robert S. Keynton has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The announcement was made Dec. 12,...

Bioengineering student wins Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau Essay Contest

UofL senior Hadley Hendrick, a student in Bioengineering, is the winner of the Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau Essay Contest, which is designed to raise...

Focused: First-generation college student closing in on engineering degree

Sydney Lucas is a first-generation college student and Porter Scholar. She stays active on campus, serving as operations vice president for the Speed School...