ENGINEERING GIANT LEAPS IN MEDICINE
Purdue College of Engineering and Indiana University School of Medicine announce Engineering-Medicine Partnership
Leading clinicians and researchers propose transformative changes in healthcare
Park receives $2.9 million NIH grant to improve treatment for opioid addiction and overdose
$18 million Innovation Wing
opening for classes this fall
Implant to better track brain chemical gone rogue after neurotrauma
Acid reflux could cause death during epileptic seizures
Building self-tests for the world's most common infectious diseases with paper
"What IF we could engineer better health?"
Miles O'Brien of "PBS NewsHour" explores the answer with
Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering faculty
"That was quite profound. When we saw this, that was when we said, 'Wow!'"
--Tom Talavage, Professor of Electrical and Computer and Biomedical Engineering
"It's a really exciting time to be in this field. It's like the Wild West."
--Pedro Irazoqui, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation, Reilly Professor of Biomedical Engineering
"Technology is changing medicine, and I think that's something engineers can bring to the table from many points of view."
--Jacqueline Linnes, Marta E. Gross Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Les Geddes' legacy continues with two named professorships
Two junior faculty members recognized with named professorships
Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering faculty growth continues
Pharris receives Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award, Purdue's highest honor for graduate student teachers
Inaugural Innovation for Clinical Translation Fellows named
Individuals with visual impairment can 'see' through device that turns digital images into physical sensations
Clinical mentors help biomedical engineering students bridge two worlds for senior design projects
Medical needs-finding and user-centered design course in Ecuador just one of many global experiences highlighted for students
Day of Giving
Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering celebrates record Day of Giving
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