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biomedical engineering

Brian Fargo and Dr. Hamid Djalilian

Brian Fargo, inXile founder, gives $1 million to advance UCI research for tinnitus treatment

Funding will support development of innovative implantable electronic stimulation device

UCI researchers win $2 million NIH grant to develop biologic implant for spinal facet joints

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $2 million to researchers in UCI’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering to develop a biologic implant for the spinal facet joint. This grant, given to a team led by Kyriacos Athanasiou, Henry Samueli Chair in Engineering and Distinguished Professor of biomedical engineering, will be the first to focus […]

UCI biomedical engineer Ronke Olabisi sitting next to a microscope.

Helping humans heal

UCI biomedical engineer is working on a cell regenerative therapy with potential applications in chronic wounds, burns and aging

UCI biomedical engineers spotlight disparities in knee and jaw joint treatments

Study suggests improved remedies for a problem affecting millions of Americans

UCI researchers develop at-home coronavirus saliva test

Low-cost device includes detection technologies housed in Shrinky Dinks children’s toy

UCI researchers develop rapid antibody generation technology

Method can be used to target SARS-CoV-2 virus

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National Academy of Medicine elects UCI biomedical engineer Kyriacos A. Athanasiou

Distinction recognizes his contributions to orthopedics, surgery and emergency care

UCI biochip innovation combines AI and nanoparticle printing for cancer cell analysis

Low cost and ease of manufacturing allow for wide application in developing countries

UCI researcher receives NIH Transformative Research Award

Funds will support project to develop simplified methods for generating antibodies

UCI researchers quantify, characterize and identify functions of collagen, its subtypes

Found in cartilage, bones, blood vessels, skin and other connective tissues, collagens are the most abundant proteins by weight in the human body. In an article published recently in Nature Reviews Materials, UCI biomedical engineering researchers provide an exhaustive description of the superfamily of this biomaterial, which includes 28 subtypes. “Collagen – which has known connections […]