BIOE postdoc Robert “Smitty” Oakes awarded $600K Veterans Affairs grant for multiple sclerosis research
The Fischell Institute is excited to introduce three new MPowering the State Student Entrepreneurship Fellows.
Researchers to gain resources, training to support clinical translation of multiple sclerosis therapy
New undergraduate degree merges biology, data science, and computer programming
Researchers working around the clock to ease the impact of supply shortages on hospitals, care facilities
Kristina Stephens is a BIOE doctoral student researcher advised by William Bentley.
The competition recognizes distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
Size of the neutrally buoyant bPods has dropped from ‘baseball’ to ‘golf ball’ to ‘cherry’ in just three years.
BIOE associate professor to develop imaging technology to study how biological cells grow into complex tissues.
Catherine Kuo, Jenna Mueller welcomed into BIOE as associate professor and assistant professor, respectively.
Dr. Bryn Adams is a Research Scientist at ARL, a former BIOE postdoc, and a Fischell Institute affiliate.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Potential application for complex electronics highlighted in Nature Communications
Nine BIOE students were honored with departmental and college awards.
Six members of the BIOE community recieve the prestigious award this year.
Fischell Institute designs DIY-style mask with better filtration than cloth masks.
Researchers are working to address the critical supply of N95 respirators resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
Labs Pivot to Produce, Distribute Hand Sanitizer, Surgical Masks
This fellowship is available to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working with IBBR/REFI mentors.
Applications are open now for the March 23 first round pitch event.
AMBIC Industry Board members and other researchers convened to discuss new and ongoing projects.
The semi-annual fellowship is open to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers with IBBR/REFI mentors.
Autonomous coordination of cell subpopulations highlighted in Nature Communications.
The award recognizes exceptionally influential research accomplishments by Clark School faculty.
BIOE assistant professor recognized for optics research.
BIOE associate professor recognized for significant scholarly contributions.
Researchers develop micro-scale device to analyze bacteria in human blood using single-cell Raman spectrometry
UMD researchers developed a technique to drive teams of bacteria to work together autonomously.
Redox information may hold key to rapidly diagnosing disease
BIOE associate professor and associate chair recognized for immune engineering research and STEM outreach.
BIOE Associate Professor Christopher Jewell now backed by four active NIH R01 grants.
Student projects include novel pediatric medical devices, a hemofiltration system, and a tracheostomy device.
BIOE faculty awarded one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to a medical/biological engineer.
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
University of Maryland establishes Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices to propel advancements in human health.
M-CERSI, NCC-PDI receive funding renewals for up to five years.
National Capital Consortium co-led by Children's National and University of Maryland
Latest renewal allows for up to $5 million per year over five years.
BIOE associate professor recognized for research at interface of immunology and engineering.
The marbles, or 'bPods,' will contain microsystems that can “eavesdrop on biology” during fermentation, cell or culture-growing processes.
UMD researchers receive $1.5 M NSF grant to develop first-of-kind bioelectronics.
Diagnostic device for chronic cough takes first place.
Fischell Institute, Walter Reed research tool used to measure the oxygen level of the blood.
Research collaboration sheds light on bacteria response to sugar metabolism
Jewell Lab review article featured as Nature Materials
Gemstone Honors group explores biocompatible hydrogel fabrication for use at point of care.
BIOE professor works to advance study of immunology.
ECUST Vice President Changsheng Liu Visits College Park
270 scientists and policymakers gather to enhance U.S. competitiveness in STEM.
The Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot has performed better at cutting soft tissue and stitching it up than experienced surgeons.
Clark School seniors encouraged to apply for Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship by Feb. 28.
'Flexible impedance sensor' can fit inside urinary catheters, monitor and treat biofilms.
Clark Hall transforms region's biotech corridor.
highlights University of Maryland alum’s latest efforts to program E.coli
to combat infections.
BIOE hosted it's largest-ever Capstone Design competition on May 10th, 2017.
UMD honors exceptional inventions with potential to influence science, society, and the free market.
Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices, RTI International draw capacity crowd to March 7th
Distinguished University Professor William Bentley publishes piece on using electricity to control gene expression.
System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices.
$250 million dollar investment will advance leadership in pharmaceutical manufacturing
Fischell Dept. of Bioengineering founding chair recognized with university's highest academic honor conferred upon faculty.
BIOE associate chair and director of undergraduate studies honored during 21st
Annual Undergraduate Studies Advising Conference.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
UMD Alum, BioE Professor of Practice to Receive White House Honor
Inductees recognized for prolific spirit of innovation.
BioE researchers’ findings published in Advancing Healthcare Materials
$250,000 to be awarded to five innovations at third annual National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) Competition.
BioE Professor and Founding Chair William Bentley’s research group publishes Nature Communications
Dr. John P. Fisher to succeed Dr. William E. Bentley as department chair, effective Jan. 4, 2016.
Diagnostic anSERS Inc. awarded $150,000 NSF grant to develop paper-based test to identify drivers under the influence of illegal drugs.
Neonatal acoustic protection device takes first place in annual design competition.
Podcast focuses on bioengineers’ work creating bacteria that can act as smart drug delivery machines.
BioE Chair discusses how a bacterial signaling molecule could promote healthy gut microbiota.
A. James Clark Hall made possible in part by the generosity of two benefactors.
National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) recognizes five innovators.
BioE Ph.D. candidate recognized by leading immunologists during Keystone Symposia event.
New building to serve as hub for human health innovation in the state of Maryland
“Electronic modulation of biochemical signal generation” published in Nature Nanotechnology
Research could lead to medical therapies carried out by nonliving, artificial cells.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
UMD and UR competition winners present competition concepts to the FDA.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association recognized Dr. Robert Fischell.
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students joined forces to host the second annual research event.
American Chemical Society recognizes professor for contributions to the field of biotechnology.
Professor honored at 2013 winter commencement.
Professor recognized for contributions to administrative and educational programs.
Annual event highlights engineering's increasing role in medicine.
Annual event invites everyone to learn more about biomedical engineering.
Second annual showcase event held by University of Maryland's Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation.
BioE chair recognized for research and service.
Interdisciplinary professor known for work in control systems, MEMS.
Students' inventions address needs ranging from home care to ICU.
Ferlin, Ganesan, Lin and Manthe recognized by Center for Teaching Excellence.
Bioengineering grad student part of international effort to use messages sent by synthetic cells to guide natural cell activity.
Startup wins $10,000, plans to scale up manufacturing.
Printed sensors team to vie for $70,000 in April.
Meyer wins Bioscience Day Poster division for work on device capable of separating, testing distinct areas of same biofilm.
BioE startup company wins funding for paper-based sensor product.
Bioengineering graduate student studies imaging, simulations.
Bioengineering team has created device that could prevent concussions.
Students' Wesk Medical LLC to improve drug delivery.
Over 150 government, industry, academic representatives attend new center's showcase event.
BioE seniors present an array of new devices for improving health and safety.
Deutsch Foundation-sponsored Clark School research offers multi-pronged attack on major medical problem.
Feat part of larger body of Clark School research into preventing infections.
Center will pilot ways universities can help improve how drugs and medical devices are evaluated.
Learn about new products from tomorrow's innovators.
Programmable bacteria cut out the middle-man, producing medicine in the body where needed.
Professors recognized for exemplary scholarship and research.
Chen Group demonstrates optical coherence tomography at USA Science and Engineering Festival.
Inventor discusses new technology, entrepreneurship, personal philosophy.
Summer workshop will improve K-12 engineering, math education.
Allon Meizlik chosen to speak at Commencement.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
Watch surgery and learn about entrepreneurship, senior design projects, and research.
Ghodssi to take office October 1.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
See seminars, lectures, surgery, design projects, and more!
Guests see endoscopic cardiothoracic procedure; 2009 Fischell Fellow announced.
BioE grad student developing oral chemotherapy drug delivery system.
Proposed new ventures include drug-screening, blood clotting inventions.
Alumnus, benefactor honored for achievements in biotechnology.
Poster highlights research on optical microcantilever sensors for liquid samples.
New biomaterial designed to stop bleeding.
Implantable AngelMed Guardian predicts heart attacks.
New Fischell device uses magnetic pulses to stop debilitating headaches.
Benefactor to perform in The Pirates of Penzance.
Seniors present the final projects of their undergraduate career.
Dr. Reza Ghodssi is recognized for sustained and influential scientific and scholarly work.
Exceptional students recognized by Department, Clark School, ASABE.
Fischell to appear in Pirates of Penzance
BioE grad student to develop fast, portable biosensor.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Event to highlight advances in medical imaging, new bioengineering wing.
Research team includes Bentley, Ghossi, Payne, Rubloff.
Link Plus BioTech, Inc. also names Kofinas its CTO.
RWD Technologies founder recognized for career, support of USM.
Program facilitates collaboration between UMCP, UMB.
Professorship, part of Fischell endowment, recognizes scientific and scholarly work.
Student recognized for research, entrepreneurial spirit.
Clark School Honors and Awards Ceremony 2006-2007
Event to highlight how engineers can improve life for millions of people.
Professor will be part of Technology Visionary Series panel.
Bioengineering benefactor lectures on "Engineering for Humanity, Fun and Profit."
Kim Building addition will house the new Fischell bioengineering program.
Fellowship supports scholarly achievement, entrepreneurship, and development of new medical devices.
Clark School benefactor Robert E. Fischell and his family have donated $31 million to establish a bioengineering department and create an institute for biomedical devices.
Will serve as Professor of the Practice in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Angela Hodge Miller uses Systems-on-a-Chip technology to accelerate the toxin detection process.