Jewell and Scarcelli were promoted to BIOE Professor and Associate Professor, respectively.
Nandan Nerurkar, Ph.D. earned his B.S.E. from University of Maryland in 2003.
Catherine Kuo, Jenna Mueller welcomed into BIOE as associate professor and assitant professor, respectively.
Dr. Bryn Adams is a Research Scientist at ARL, a former BIOE postdoc, and a Fischell Institute affiliate.
Chapin’s video, “Demystifying The Gut-Brain-Axis,” reflects her dissertation work.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Compact, reusable system could quickly and cheaply test for multiple respiratory viruses.
Potential application for complex electronics highlighted in Nature Communications
Nine BIOE students were honored with departmental and college awards.
UMD’s Dr. Birthe Kjellerup is leading a project designed to assist early detection.
Haleigh Eppler is a fourth-year Biological Sciences Ph.D. student and a member of Christopher Jewell's lab.
Creating vascular organ tissue in a lab could open new doors to drug testing, disease modelling, and organ transplants.
"Design for Safety" (ENME498K) will be taught by Dev Reheja, author of Preventing Medical Device Recalls
This will advance Duncan and his lab's work on bio-inspired hydrogels for detection of aerosolized COVID-19.
Angela Jones, Ph.D. created a series of innovative experiments that her students can perform at home.
Student-faculty teams that write review articles for journals reap multiple benefits.
Lauren Moyer is expected to graduate with bachelor's degrees in Bioengineering and Germanic Studies this May.
The award is granted by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
Team is developing methods that can aid preparation and planning.
Six members of the BIOE community recieve the prestigious award this year.
Data Analysis Shows Erratic Response to COVID-19 Restrictions
BGSS has transformed its "Research and Pizza" in person events to virtual "Research and Pajamas" gatherings.
ECE Alumnus Alex Scott ‘18 and his teammates are repurposing breast pumps to support the global ventilator shortage and assist healthcare facilities to fight the novel Coronavirus.
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.
Researchers working around the clock to ease the impact of supply shortages on hospitals, care facilities
Christina Conrad and James Shamul coordinating donations for medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients
Labs Pivot to Produce, Distribute Hand Sanitizer, Surgical Masks
The Fischell Department of Bioengineering ranks among the top 30 U.S. bioengineering programs.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering is ranked a top 20 program for graduate-level engineering in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Ian White (BIOE) is spearheading the effort to offer a biocomputational engineering major.
BIOE assistant professor to apply grant to shed new light on how blood vessels work.
Darryll Pines has served as Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering since January 2009.
This fellowship is available to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working with IBBR/REFI mentors.
New research could expand additive manufacturing capabilities with multiple materials at smaller sizes while offering students unique hands-on research opportunities.
The event takes place March 29-30, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
BIOE assistant professor receives Biomedical Engineering Society recognition.
BIOE Chair recognized for contributions to biomaterials literature.
Applications are open now for the March 23 first round pitch event.
Dr. Tao Lowe was appointed a joint professor with BIOE and the School of Dentistry.
More than a dozen Ballet Company M dancers hail from science and engineering backgrounds
AMBIC Industry Board members and other researchers convened to discuss new and ongoing projects.
Bioengineering senior recognized by UMD President Wallace D. Loh on Nov. 15th.
Study, written by UMD Undergrad Eric Wang, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
BIOE assistant professor to be recognized at 2019 BMES Annual Meeting
UMB, BIOE researchers team up to study link between spinal cord injury and dementia.
Attendees learned about advances in the nanocharacterization of soft materials with AFM, BioAFM, and nanoIR.
Researchers investigate new 4D printing techniques to control stem cell cardiomyogenesis.
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 gift will fund aerospace research while increasing opportunities for women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields.
UMD researchers discovered that telomerase, which 'immortalizes' cancer cells, also prevents tumors.
Jules Allbritton-King and Connor Hall received awards from the Integrated Life Sciences Honors program.
Dandin was appointed as an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The interdisciplinary project will explore the molecular connection between the gut and the nervous system.
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.
The October event will bring together experts from around the globe.
The NSF-supported program provides undergraduate students with hands-on laboratory experience.
A. James Clark School of Engineering researchers are invited to submit abstracts by Sept. 10th.
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.
UMD engineers demonstrate new approach by 3D printing a five-material DNA-inspired microstructure that is a fraction of the size of a human hair.
Redox information may hold key to rapidly diagnosing disease
The Fischell Department announced the BioWorkshop manager's promotion to Senior Faculty Specialist.
BIOE associate professor and associate chair recognized for immune engineering research and STEM outreach.
Stroka Lab works to shed new light on Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and drug delivery to the brain.
BIOE Associate Professor Christopher Jewell now backed by four active NIH R01 grants.
BIOE senior to study in Poland.
Students recognized for research in vaccine design, surgical sealants, pulmonary diseases, and multiple sclerosis.
Connect with the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering at ASEE 2019!
Wang was recognized alongside co-recipient Jerome Quenum, a graduating senior in electrical engineering.
BIOE's Dr. Steven Jay has been promoted to associate professor.
Keith Herold announces his retirement after 32 years at the Clark School of Engineering.
Created by Clark School Dean Darryll Pines, the competition recognize distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
Student projects include novel pediatric medical devices, a hemofiltration system, and a tracheostomy device.
Jessica Boyer will receive academic assistance and a paid internship opportunity with NOAA.
Annual honors given for outstanding academics, service.
Five Clark School undergraduate students were honored with Dean's Awards on April 17, 2019.
CECT bioengineers lead effort to print scaffolds to heal bone and cartilage.
BIOE faculty awarded one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to a medical/biological engineer.
Mpower Fellows present Fischell Institute projects in Annapolis.
Fischell Fellow Javier Navarro-Rueda recognized for tissue engineering research.
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
Eric Wang receives prestigious scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge.
University of Maryland establishes Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices to propel advancements in human health.
M-CERSI is now accepting applications for the 2019 competition.
M-CERSI, NCC-PDI receive funding renewals for up to five years.
Students earn international recognition for synthetic biology approach to address plastic pollution crisis.
CECT acquired an advanced bioprinter designed for tissue fabrication and 3D printing.
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.
Intended as Precursor to Widely-Accepted Transferable College-Level Credit
An effort to tackle the evolutionary anomaly of why the neural tube closes in most embryos but remains open in others.
The researchers will combine applied microbiology with engineering disciplines to explore the complex interactions between flexible sensors, bacterial biofilms, and bioelectric treatment.
NSF-funded summer program invites undergrads to explore new approaches to engineering cells, tissues, organs.
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.
The Clark School now offers a 16-credit minor in Global Engineering Leadership.
UMD researchers receive $1.5 M NSF grant to develop first-of-kind bioelectronics.
The CECT's 3D Bioprinting Workshop took place at the University of Maryland and was a success.
The Clark School partnered with the National Society of Black Engineers to host the National Leadership Conference.
Annual honors given for outstanding academics, service.
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
The A. James Clark School of Engineering will have a significant presence at ASEE's Annual Conference in June.
Jewell Lab review article featured as Nature Materials
Gemstone Honors group explores biocompatible hydrogel fabrication for use at point of care.
BIOE researchers use quantum dots to to aid design of specific and effective therapies for MS.
BIOE senior recognized for efforts to advance drug delivery research.
Drs. Jewell, Scarcelli, and Jay were awarded a collective total of $5.4 million in NIH R01 funding this spring.
BIOE professor works to advance study of immunology.
ECUST Vice President Changsheng Liu Visits College Park
While many freshmen were acclimating to college life, a team of first-year students was adjusting to life as biotech inventors.
BIOE Professor awarded one of the field's highest professional distinctions.
270 scientists and policymakers gather to enhance U.S. competitiveness in STEM.
Junior bioengineering major Eric Wang
recognized for work in molecular dynamics.
The paper culminates a four-year collaboration among Clark School, IBBR and University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers.
BIOE Assistant Professor Giuliano Scarcelli recognized for new applications of Brillouin microscopy.
Invention of the Year nominees invent microscope module for improved cell observation
BIOE assistant professor recognized for efforts to develop new class of biotherapeutics.
Invention of the Year nomination may completely change diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia
BIOE Research Professor recognized for contributions to the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship recognizes the potential of excellent, internationally mobile researchers.
Clark School seniors encouraged to apply for Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship by Feb. 28.
$1.1M U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant awarded
Announcing the Clark Opportunity Transfer Scholars Program for Maryland community college students.
Two third-year pharmacy students recognized for proposal to track CAR T-cell therapy treatments.
BIOE professor Xiaoming "Shawn" He is working with collaborators around the world to advance cancer therapy research.
BIOE professor Gregory Payne leads efforts to connect UMD and ECUST researchers.
BIOE chair to serve as co-EIC of preeminent biomedical journal advancing the field of tissue engineering.
Now accepting applications for the 2018 competition.
'Flexible impedance sensor' can fit inside urinary catheters, monitor and treat biofilms.
BIOE assistant professor honored for tumor cell migration research.
Clark Hall transforms region's biotech corridor.
Dr. Raghavan will give his corresponding presentation Thursday, Nov. 2.
Otomagnetics Awarded $2.3 Million Fast Track NIH/NCI SBIR Contract
Stroka Lab sheds light on factors leading to breast cancer metastasis.
Building Together: An Investment for Maryland Will Transform UMD Through $219,486,000 Gift
"Synapto" awarded first place in 2017 NIH DEBUT Challenge
Project will explore effect of microgravity on biofilms.
Biotech company with University of Maryland roots celebrates milestone achievement.
The event is jointly organized by the US National Academy of Engineering, the UK Royal Academy of Engineering, and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Christopher Jewell named associate professor with tenure, effective July 1.
Researchers discuss strategies to ensure patients continue to have access to safe, effective medications.
BIOE chair and postdoc featured in June 20th edition of On the Record
Effective July 1, Sheryl Ehrman will depart for San Jose State University.
BIOE Ph.D. student recognized for efforts to develop therapies for diseases of the central nervous system.
Engineering students from ChBE, MSE and BIOE presented their research at the Clark School's 2017 ResearchFest.
Clark School's Functional Macromolecular Lab allows students to mold new ideas
Jewell Lab members use quantum dots to define density of self-antigen display.
BIOE graduate student recognized for design of multivalent protein therapeutics to target various cancers.
UMD's Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research awarded two $115,000 grants.
"Gut-Nav" capsules will be designed to detect problems in the gastro-intestinal tract, including pancreatic cancer and inflammatory bowel disease screening.
BIOE graduate student recognized for research on modulatory signals to control immune function.
BIOE graduate students recognized for outstanding research.
Jewell’s Program to Enhance Participation in Research Celebrates Growth
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.
Ph.D. student Lisa Tostanoski recognized with Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
Genisphere LLC, University of Maryland sign collaborative research agreement through BIOE's Dr. Sivlia Muro.
Lisa Tostanoski recognized for biomaterials-based strategies to combat multiple sclerosis
Livingston aims to advance drug delivery methods.
UMD honors exceptional inventions with potential to influence science, society, and the free market.
UMD to Collaborate with Rice University, Wake Forest to Advance 3-D Printing Applications for Regenerative Medicine
Students are working to develop a portable device for early detection of disease.
BIOE associate professor looks to control transport of therapeutics through physiological barriers.
BIOE's Silvina Matysiak explores how molecular behavior dictates macroscopic-scale properties of systems.
Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices, RTI International draw capacity crowd to March 7th
This year's Alumni Cup celebrated its sixth year with a unique challenge.
Blood test could help doctors more quickly diagnose schizophrenia and other disorders.
BIOE assistant professor Chris Jewell leads effort to use nanotechnology to treat MS.
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.
Bioengineering professor begins three-year guest professorship with multidisciplinary university.
Adam Behrens (BIOE, Ph.D. '15; ChBE, B.S. '10) recognized for work in vaccine and diagnostic testing development.
$250 million dollar investment will advance leadership in pharmaceutical manufacturing
BIOE graduate student recognized for efforts to advance treatments for peripheral vascular diseases.
Adam Behrens (Ph.D. ’15) recognized for work on materials for use in traumatic injury surgery.
Students at UMD and UMB are invited to participate in the 2017 annual regulatory science competition.
BIOE, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and others collaborate in the name of human health innovation.
BMES-UMD members lead initiative to share what they love most about STEM.
With 97 donors, BMES blood drive marks Inova’s largest on UMD’s campus in 10+ years.
$100,000 gift establishes Rajan and Sandhya Mittu InTerp Suite.
Winkler, Banis and Huiszoon receive awards and recognition for research and presentations.
BIOE researchers rally support for month-long campaign to raise money, awareness for pediatric cancer research.
Associate Professor Silvia Muro (Joint, IBBR) and fellow UMD researchers are working to improve oral drug delivery to targets by protecting against the effects of gastric conditions.
Pitch competition sponsored by National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI).
Jewell Research Lab Publishes Findings in Cell Reports
Fischell Dept. of Bioengineering founding chair recognized with university's highest academic honor conferred upon faculty.
BIOE researchers look to advance delivery of therapeutics to treat cancers.
Election to 2016 BMES Class of Fellows marks milestone for Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
BIOE Professor and Associate Dean Peter Kofinas receives R01 for innovative surgical sealant and application technique research.
BIOE associate chair and director of undergraduate studies honored during 21st
Annual Undergraduate Studies Advising Conference.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation awards Prof. Jewell $500,000 grant to study vaccine for diabetes.
UMD's International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team hosts Launch UMD campaign to fight global warming.
BIOE Assistant Professor Awarded $1 Million NIH National Cancer Institute Grant
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
Scientists are the first to create a 3D bioprinted placenta model and use it to study preeclampsia, a life-threatening pregnancy complication.
Asst. Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli's research featured in Applied Physics Letters.
Senior BioE student to conduct research on Alzheimer's disease in the Netherlands.
UMD is one of five institutions with all four nominees named scholars
Polymer solid electrolyte could make batteries safer, smaller, and less expensive
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.
Researchers Make Breakthrough Discovery in Graphene Research
Fischell Department of Bioengineering researchers awarded $599,000 grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Proposals for the 2016 Wells and Hulka Graduate Student Fellowships will be accepted until January 14th.
Members of the 2017 Gemstone Honors class launch campaign to increase the strength and biocompatibility of vascular grafts.
Dr. John P. Fisher to succeed Dr. William E. Bentley as department chair, effective Jan. 4, 2016.
Alumna Naomi Leonard to be inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame on Nov. 9.
UMD student researchers recognized for innovative approach to accelerate construction of biodesigns.
BioE Asst. Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli published in Nature Methods
Department’s first undergraduate research journal highlights student research.
Five students and one advisor traveled to Ghana for EWB-UMD’s project implementation trip.
BioE graduate student recognized for efforts to develop novel molecular engineering approach to breast and ovarian cancer therapy.
Fischell Family Distinguished Professor Named Fulbright Scholar
BioE Associate Professor Yu Chen receives $1.29M NIH R01 grant to develop system to quantitatively image 3D cell behavior.
Five-year, $650,000 NSF CAREER Award to support neurodegenerative disease research.
Diagnostic anSERS Inc. awarded $150,000 NSF grant to develop paper-based test to identify drivers under the influence of illegal drugs.
Members of the Jewell Research Laboratory publish ACS Nano paper on rationally designed vaccines that promote tunable immune responses.
BioE Affiliate, ECE Chair and Institute for Systems Research Director honored
Best runner up award for "Multi-Variate Modeling for Blood Measurement: Accounting for Population Variability."
BioE’s Christopher Jewell furthers initiative to expose high school students to new opportunities in bioengineering.
Neonatal acoustic protection device takes first place in annual design competition.
Winners of the 2015 Dean's Student Research Awards have been announced.
CEO of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company to speak on May 22.
Three Clark School innovations win UMD Invention of the Year Awards
BioE Research Assistant Professor Javier Atencia-Fernandez recognized for food safety innovation.
UMD home to Big Ten's first large-scale 3-D printing MakerBot Innovation Center.
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students celebrate research undertakings.
Bioengineering student is affiliated with MEMS Sensors and Actuators Laboratory.
Clark School researchers speed up process for detecting pathogens, from 12-36 hours to less than an hour
Jewell develops potent and selective vaccine delivery technique targeting cancer and autoimmune diseases
Fischell Department of Bioengineering senior recognized for work with trilayer skin substitutes.
More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park.
Fischell Department of Bioengineering senior recognized for work with trilayer skin substitutes.
Nine nominees for Invention of the Year to be recognized at annual event
University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering community remembers namesake and friend
BioE Chair discusses how a bacterial signaling molecule could promote healthy gut microbiota.
BioE assistant professor receives prestigious $250,000 Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy grant.
A. James Clark Hall made possible in part by the generosity of two benefactors.
Transformative student energy research is funded by the Wells and Hulka Fellowships.
Annual award recognizes outstanding service to the state.
Electronic fabrics and skin are potential applications
Student teams conquer light bulb challenge at 4th annual competition.
Patent awarded for compounds capable of fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Hafezi is first Clark School faculty member to receive Sloan Foundation recognition.
The compounds enhance the effectiveness of conventional antibiotics and inhibit the formation and persistence of biofilms.
National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) recognizes five innovators.
Event Highlights 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing Technologies at UMD
BioE Assistant Professor Chris Jewell recognized for revolutionary cancer vaccine strategy.
Associate Professor Silvia Muro's lab examines treatment options for rare metabolic disorders.
Electrical and Computer Engineering student Emily Naviasky was selected as the student speaker for the 2014 A. James Clark School of Engineering Winter Commencement.
Williams to deliver commencement remarks on Dec. 21.
New research investigates formation of filamentous structure—streamers
—in microfluidic transport.
BioE Assistant Professor Javier Atencia Named Professor Venture Fair Winner
Five-day event focused on role of engineers in disaster prevention, mitigation, and response.
Professor is recognized "for contributions to materials and processes for microsystems technologies."
New building to serve as hub for human health innovation in the state of Maryland
New awards honor alumni, friends for career achievements and contributions to Clark School.
BioE projects among student ventures to benefit from crowdfunding campaign.
BioE graduate student working to develop blood-brain barrier-on-a-chip.
Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli receives prestigious NIH, HFSP grants.
BioE Students, Faculty Participate in International Genetically Engineering Machine competition.
Small-scale projects with big results.
Five engineering students win ARCS scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.
The University of Maryland Biomedical Engineering Society hosted its first Ice Bucket Challenge on Oct. 16.
Keynote Speaker Rear Admiral Stephen Redd (CDC) discusses Ebola treatment, prevention efforts.
Invitation to nanoelectronics, micro-robotics and cybersecurity collaborations Dec 9 & 10
"Enhanced Acoustic Sensing through Wave Compression and Pressure Amplification in Anisotropic Metamaterials" published in Nature Communications
The University of Maryland has been named one of the country's "Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs" by the Princeton Review.
At least 50 disciplines represented at full-day event.
Food scientists’ recipe for nanoparticles delivers results
Clark School named one of the top 25 undergraduate engineering programs in the country.
Worth $4.7 million, the projects team Maryland faculty and companies to bring products closer to market.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
Newly appointed BIOE Assistant Professor Kimberly Stroka
recognized for published work.
BioE Ph.D. students awarded two-year AHA fellowships.
New technique could be used in tissue engineering, 3D cell culture.
“Electronic modulation of biochemical signal generation” published in Nature Nanotechnology
An announcement of Request for Proposals for M-CERSI Science Exchange and Conference Grants.
Professor and Associate Dean Peter Kofinas organized gathering of more than two dozen nanomagnetic materials experts.
Twelve-credit program will focus on medical device engineering and regulation.
BioE graduate student recognized for tissue engineering research.
Dr. Simran Kaur named GBSI Fellow.
Research could lead to medical therapies carried out by nonliving, artificial cells.
Program will improve recruitment, retention of talented minority Ph.D. students.
Renee Hood (Bioengineering, Ph.D., '14) and members of the Maryland MEMS and Microfluidics Lab earn cover story for July edition
UMD alumni/student company's product can detect trace chemicals for only a few dollars per test.
Faculty promoted to full professor, associate professor with tenure.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
Researchers to support ALSF National Lemonade Days on Sunday, June 8.
BioE Assistant Professor Kimberly Stroka recognized for blood-brain barrier mechanobiology research.
Fellowships awarded to outstanding students pursuing a research-based graduate degree.
The Sustainable NanoTechnology and NanoHealth Symposium articulated the need to better understand the potential health and environmental risks of nanoproducts.
New initiatives offer ways to expand networks and show off Terp pride
Program will promote human health through engineering principles and medical science.
Alumni-founded company races past $50,000 goal in 11 minutes, hits $1 million in 25 hours.
UMD and UR competition winners present competition concepts to the FDA.
Clark School researchers sweep three categories for 2013 Invention of the Year
BioE Professor John Fisher and 2011 Fischell Fellow Anthony Melchiorri
Assistant Professors Kimberly M. Stroka and Giuliano Scarcelli were recently named BioE faculty members.
unprecedented etching control of a material, one atomic layer at a time
Civil Engineering alumnus to speak at address Clark School graduates.
Secretary Wayne Clough will discuss "Why the Smithsonian Matters"
Ph.D. student Lisa Tostanoski was recently awarded a $132,000 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park
One of Ten UMD Invention of the Year Finalists
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students joined forces to host the second annual research event.
New AP course would "brand engineering at the high school level," prepare more students for STEM careers.
Fischell Department of Bioengineering Associate Dean Peter Kofinas was recognized for his work with polymer nanofibers.
Registration and poster abstract submission will open soon
Terrapin Hackers students interviewed by "All Things Considered"
Otomagnetics receives a Biotechnology Development Award through the BioMaryland Center.
University of Maryland, Baltimore President Jay A. Perman’s testimony before the Maryland General Assembly on the 2015 Budget
American Chemical Society recognizes professor for contributions to the field of biotechnology.
Hands-on design competition challenges students to apply engineering principles.
National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation awards funding for new medical devices for children.
Program prepares graduate students for careers in academia.
“Going to Extremes: The Protective Powers of High-Tech Materials”
David Peeler (B.S. ’13) reflects on motivation.
Office of Advanced Engineering Education's online graduate program are excellent opportunities for working engineers worldwide.
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation supports Jewell's cancer vaccine research.
Professor honored at 2013 winter commencement.
Professor recognized for contributions to administrative and educational programs.
Academic director receives Dr. Marilyn Berman Pollans Outstanding Service Award for Staff
Fund established by alumnus supports BioE junior.
UMD again listed in Kiplinger's Personal Finance's annual ranking of the Top Ten Best Values in Public Colleges.
Engineering course supported by Department of Defense will focus on design skills
NASA astronaut and Aerospace Engineering alumna will speak at Clark School ceremony on Dec. 22.
Fund established by alumnus supports BioE junior.
Polymer grafts can be custom-fitted, promote tissue growth.
Junior will spend spring 2014 semester in Spain.
Judges award student first prize for new technology to combat worldwide counterfeit drug crisis.
Two Innovation Awards, and two Innovations in Minority Health Awards have recently been awarded.
Clark School of Engineering STEM expert discusses plans for AP engineering test.
Graduate student hopes to design high tech solutions for resource-poor areas.
Annual event highlights engineering's increasing role in medicine.
Md. Science Center honors expert in controlling immune system response.
Over a thousand visit College Park campus for Mpact Week events.
Mechanical Engineering researchers tackle brain tissue mechanics to provide greater insight on traumatic brain injuries.
Former FDA branch chief to guide UMD effort to help improve food, drug, and medical device safety.
Clark School startup Otomagnetics wins AdvaMed's Rybski MedTech Award to support further development.
FDA-supported collaboration will focus on medical device design, production and regulation.
Professor contributes thoughts on biofabrication to Chemistry World
Event fosters collaborations between UMD and Wuhan University.
The University Maryland also ranked second overall.
Annual event invites everyone to learn more about biomedical engineering.
Gift will support EWB team projects as well as scholarship funding for EWB students.
Second annual showcase event held by University of Maryland's Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation.
UMD students and researchers to gain access to industry technology used to design and manufacture sophisticated products.
Deadline for entries is October 13, 2003.
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Clark School's undergraduate programs ranked #12 among public universities.
The new, student-run incubator provides resources, tools and mentoring to help students advance their ventures.
Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology honors professor for contributions to the field.
A one page pre-application is due September 23, 2013
Honors presented at annual "Welcome Back" seminar.
Former lecturer recognized for efforts to enhance core laboratory course.
The researchers will use flow control to understand how microtentacles help cancer cells spread throughout the body.
The acquisition bolsters MedImmune’s pipeline for cancer therapy.
The new, NSF-supported program revolutionizes technology transfer from university, federal laboratories.
Ranking based on research, size and performance.
Course designed by Clark School professor serves as model for nation.
BioE chair recognized for research and service.
FDA-supported Center at UMD to explore human factors and the risk management of medical devices.
Twenty-Eight students from around the country participated.
Interdisciplinary professor known for work in control systems, MEMS.
Inaugural TS/UM Social Innovation Challenge to spur development of transformative solutions for societal issues.
BioE/IBBR professors invited to share views on new materials for biomedical applications.
Students' inventions address needs ranging from home care to ICU.
Professors Desai and Shapiro awarded $75,000 grants for research collaborations with UMB.
Professor specializes in vascular and tissue engineering, drug delivery.
Nguyen receives NSF graduate research fellowship for efforts to make bone grafts more successful.
Tissue Engineering: Principles and Practices
available from CRC Press.
Clark School professor invited to brief Congress on improving K-12 STEM education.
Former President and Clark School Professor Named President of National Academy of Engineering.
Student design ideas include a green gym powered by exercise, sustainable floors for sporting arenas, water-powered watch.
Nick Prindeze (B.S. '12, bioengineering) presents work at American Burn Association Conference.
More than 860 engineering students received diplomas at May 20 ceremony.
Ferlin, Ganesan, Lin and Manthe recognized by Center for Teaching Excellence.
Lab-on-a-chip devices could reduce or eliminate need.
NIST opens its labs to UMD undergrads for hands-on research experience.
Awards support grad student's work in tissue engineering.
Sophomore bioengineering major Joan Zhang and teammates develop app for community service.
ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.
BioE junior developing drug delivery system that could help control immune system response.
Graduate students recognized for high quality engineering research.
Professors Espy-Wilson and Muro recognized by StateStats.org for excellence in and out of the classroom
Grad student takes top honors for presentation of "stealthy" drug delivery system.
BioE senior recognized for work in tissue engineering.
Technology could be used for fast, efficient diagnosis of infectious disease.
Award supports grad student's work in potential therapies for tissue regeneration.
BioE senior recognized for work in Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Lab.
Remedium Technologies Inc. receives small business grant from National Science Foundation.
BioE senior recognized for work that seeks to understand how stem cells might be used to treat degeneration of the spine.
Dean of the Clark School of Engineering offers aerospace industry as case study to demonstrate impact of prizes.
Bioengineering grad student part of international effort to use messages sent by synthetic cells to guide natural cell activity.
Exceptional students recognized at annual ceremony.
Startup wins $10,000, plans to scale up manufacturing.
UMD continues to dominate Institute of Biological Engineering competition.
Wuhan University awards three-year appointment.
Engineering Sustainability Workshop 2013 and student poster contest open to all.
Event will feature NASA astronaut and UMD alumna Jeanette Epps.
UMD grads' starting salary is second only to UC-Berkeley among all 50 states' flagship schools.
Series to highlight successful entrepreneurs and leaders of Mashable.com, Redox Power Systems.
"Amplifying the Field" celebrates undergraduate contributions to biomedical research.
The Clark School and 5 of its departments were rated in the top 25 in their categories.
Collaborative Initiative Seeks to Educate Students on Key Energy Issues
Diagnostic anSERS and Cordex Systems primed for further development of sensors, device for detection of heart disease.
Printed sensors team to vie for $70,000 in April.
Award supports Brian Goodall's study abroad in Korea.
David Lai (B.S. '12) was a finalist in Maryland governor's #MDForward contest.
Flow control of single quantum dot enables measurements with nanoscale accuracy at lower cost
Student awarded first prize for guidelines to improve reporting of adverse medication events to FDA.
Graduate students join highly selective cohort.
Award supports senior’s efforts to develop treatments for rare genetic disorders.
Research will advance the delivery of drug therapies to the inner ear.
NI Campus Tour bus will feature LabVIEW demonstrations for educators, researchers, and students.
UM-CERSI announces the 2012-2013 winners of round 1 Exchange Award
BioE professor recognized for work in food processing and safety.
BioE sophomore developing potentially life-saving products with Kofinas Group.
Stanley Zupnik pledges $500,000 to the Clark School, helps Great Expectations
campaign exceed $1B goal.
Clark School Outstanding Research Awards recognize professors' influential and ground-breaking work.
Clark School raises $240 million toward historic fundraising goal.
Muro, Ghaffarian honored at UMD Bioscience Research Day.
Deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy will speak at Clark School ceremony on December 20.
Atomic force microscopy to guide formation of polymer threads.
From Here to Infinity
examines art inspired and created by science and technology.
Meyer wins Bioscience Day Poster division for work on device capable of separating, testing distinct areas of same biofilm.
Professor one of several profiled in story about careers in biomaterials research.
Grant supports improvements to neural imaging and image-guided neurosurgery.
Judge Pauline Newman explains cases, law and patent pitfalls.
Read all about it, see photos, and watch presentations.
NIH supports Kofinas' efforts to develop inexpensive, point-of-care blood test.
Agreement supports an agenda of broader and closer research partnerships between the two institutions.
BioE startup company wins funding for paper-based sensor product.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors recognized.
Bioengineering junior honored for academic excellence, community service.
Bioengineering graduate student studies imaging, simulations.
Professor will deliver plenary talk at national meeting in October.
Bioengineering team has created device that could prevent concussions.
Clark School professors Allen Davis and Hubert Montas among UMD researchers awarded grant for unique approach to improving Chesapeake Bay.
Work presents gastrointestinal transcellular drug delivery route.
Students' Wesk Medical LLC to improve drug delivery.
Student recognized for work on drug-delivery system for the treatment of rare diseases.
Biosensors and Molecular Technologies for Cancer Diagnostics
released by CRC Press.
Grad student one of 15 selected for East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute.
P-SERS technology to be featured on cover of Analyst.
Trento and the University of Maryland have a formal research agreement; mutual projects.
Presentation at NIH's Lister Hill Auditorium will focus on Shuler’s Body-on-a-Chip System.
Over 150 government, industry, academic representatives attend new center's showcase event.
Professor takes on new role in the Clark School.
Alumnus, former Fischell Fellow in prestigious venture capital program.
Academic Ranking of World Universities poll of engineering schools rates citations, research expenditures.
Region ranked 5th in USA TODAY
Professor strives to create new treatments for for type 1 diabetes, other autoimmune diseases.
Interdisciplinary scientists find a "soft and squishy" common ground.
Event will showcase research aimed at modernizing review of drugs and medical devices.
Professor invited to student- and postdoc-organized conference.
State rises from No. 7 ranking in U.S. Chamber of Commerce report.
BioE undergrad's presentation on novel battery tech wins $10K.
New results bring successful targeted drug delivery from bloodstream to tissues one step closer.
Grad student will serve in American Student and Young Investigator Section.
University System of Maryland policy recognizes value of faculty members' intellectual property used in tech transfer.
Faculty member elevated to rank of full professor.
Faculty member becomes Associate Professor, receives tenure.
Watch: "Pursuing a Safer, Sustainable, Lithium Battery."
Grad student recognized for work in bone regeneration.
BioE seniors present an array of new devices for improving health and safety.
Freshman design competition introduces payload challenge.
Two incoming Clark School freshmen honored with full scholarships.
Shapiro's new book lays the groundwork for cross-disciplinary linking of nanoscale technology and control theory.
Can't attend on May 21? View ceremony on web or on mobile devices.
Retired U.S. Air Force general to address engineering grads.
Clark School-based company receives $15,000 to improve safety of lithium batteries.
Sophomore Mian Khalid wins prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellowship for work with Kofinas Group.
New companies pitch products for food safety, diagnostics, detection of toxins.
Grad student presents new alternatives to traditional SERS substrates.
Watch SafeLiCell pitch new venture based on safe, solid-state polymer electrolyte-based batteries.
Exceptional students recognized by the Department, Clark School, and professional societies.
Marquardt receives top prize; Chiang, Fernandes and Hsu also selected for honors.
BioE junior is a top cyclist.
Julie Etheridge profiled by Honors College program.
Shapiro, White receive inaugural innovation grants from UM-CERSI.
Zhang, McCoy take 2nd, 3rd; Niba ,Wesley receive Honorable Mentions.
Vaitkus, Wu discuss cell behavior during inflammatory responses.
Facebook event, advisors, pizza to provide support for undergraduate engineering majors.
Top journal recognizes work on new biosensor technology.
International collaboration funded by new Maryland partnership with Trento, Italy.
CMNS undergraduate Maria Ansar receives award for proposal on drug delivery mechanisms.
NIH funding will support work on transporting new drugs across the blood-brain barrier.
Graduate student wins WORLD travel scholarship, attends conference as invited speaker.
As part of Engineers Week, department teams design and build Alumni Cup machines, compete for bragging rights on Friday.
Reginald Avery donates scholarship money to Greenbelt Elementary.
New rankings in The Atlantic
show Maryland, D.C., Virginia as leaders in tech economies.
Engineers Without Borders chapter installs solar-powered filtration and distribution system for clean water.
Inkjet-printed paper biosensors will reduce cost of diagnosing epidemic pathogens.
HHMI award will support biomedical research at the University of Sydney.
Liang wins travel grant for presentation on needle-like bioimaging device.
Chao-Wei Chen takes 3rd at photonics conference for presentation on non-invasive 3D imaging of stem cells.
Deutsch Foundation-sponsored Clark School research offers multi-pronged attack on major medical problem.
WIE Advisory Board members establish scholarship to help recruit and support female engineering students.
University 8th in national ranking of best value among public colleges.
Feat part of larger body of Clark School research into preventing infections.
Entries are accepted from all universities in the southeastern United States.
Professor recognized for contributions to field of tissue engineering.
Grad student recognized for work on drug nanocarriers that cross the gastrointestinal epithelial barrier.
Muro Group member recognized for work on drug delivery.
BioE senior works with ARL, Gemstone, Muro Group and more.
See lectures from FDA Chief Scientist, Key Tech CEO.
Center will pilot ways universities can help improve how drugs and medical devices are evaluated.
Implanted tissue will receive better blood supply and stronger support during healing process.
Product development, start-up ventures, FDA evaluation among topics to be covered.
Fischell Fellow recognized for his efforts in $75K Business Plan Competition
Campus-wide effort key to WaterShed victory in international competition.
Novel use of metal ions makes fluorine imaging more versatile.
BioE professor serves as the Engineering Faculty Advisor to WaterShed in Solar Decathlon competition.
$1.2M National Science Foundation-sponsored research could lead to optical computing, invisibility cloaks.
Mtech's entrepreneurship initiatives were a key influencer in the new ratings.
NSF-funded Virtus initiative for freshmen to help improve retention rates.
Stroka, Aranda-Espinoza publish results in Blood.
Journal highlights wound-healing technology by Raghavan, Remedium Technologies.
BioE faculty members promoted to Associate Professor, receive tenure.
Aranda-Espinoza wins Human Frontier Science Program research grant.
Alumnus creates bacterium that sacrifices itself to save you.
UMD and UMB Pharmacy students discuss the future of drug development.
#11 spot is highest ever in Academic Ranking of World Universities poll of engineering schools.
Incoming graduate student specializes in cardiovascular research.
Polymer nanocarriers cross blood-brain barrier.
Canon U.S. Life Sciences senior fellow developing system for rapid diagnosis of disease.
Story highlights Contreras-Vidal's brain-computer interface.
BioE major and undergraduate student body president represents student constituents in debt ceiling debate.
Joint team to develop automated machine designed to expedite the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
BioE affiliate professor and students developing noninvasive brain-computer interface.
Learn about new products from tomorrow's innovators.
Professor nominated by students for NSF-sponsored program.
Joint efforts to target bioengineering, renewable energy, nanomaterials, microsystems, education.
John March (Ph.D. '05) grows cells in 3-D.
Jee, Russ featured on university web site.
Sharon Liu and Jin Xiao receive $10K for development of product.
Gene therapy carrier for breast cancer wins $45K, two divisions, Impact Award.
Zachary Russ selected for National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
Grad student recognized for novel approach to spectroscopy.
Betz, Rubloff Highlighted in Chemical & Engineering News.
Student recognized for work on skeletal muscle regenration.
8 current and former BioE students receive awards, honorable mentions.
Exceptional students recognized by the Department, Clark School, and professional societies.
Muro Group seeks to improve enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry disease with new nanocarriers.
Sokoloski takes 3rd place; Kadry and Khalid receive honorable mentions.
Grad student "pushes the boundaries of science" with work on moving drugs across the blood brain barrier.
Students recognized for excellence in research.
Muro, Ghaffarian's targeted oral delivery system takes top honors.
Students invited to hear industry, government, academic leaders present latest advances.
Graduate student recognized for work on quorum sensing.
Programmable bacteria cut out the middle-man, producing medicine in the body where needed.
Natan Simhai to join Bike & Build in cross-country campaign this summer.
Yeatts and Fisher's bioreactor work on cover of Tissue Engineering C.
Professors recognized for exemplary scholarship and research.
Novel methods will explain peptide and nanofiber behavior at molecular level.
Virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity tenfold.
White, Yu publish experiments with off-the-shelf products that could make spectroscopy easier for labs; new technique covered by CE&N
CloudSolar creates enhanced biofluids for solar panels, heat transfer applications.
Graduate student Brendan Casey also featured in recent issue of ScienceNews
Graduate student presented work on scaffolds for tissue engineering.
New NSF-funded UM program seeks to advance women faculty in science, engineering.
Foundation honors student's efforts to improve accuracy of radiation therapy.
Chen Group demonstrates optical coherence tomography at USA Science and Engineering Festival.
Inventor discusses new technology, entrepreneurship, personal philosophy.
National Research Council ranks doctoral program in top tier.
Clark School cracks U.S. News
' Top 20; graduates highly sought by recruiters.
Oehrlein, Seog will be first to characterize effects on biological molecules at the monolayer level.
Endowed scholarship honors late UMD CIO, BioE Director; aids Great Expectations
Seniors studied tissue engineering, nanofabrication.
Wall Street Journal
polls large employers on universities from which they recruit most heavily.
Viruses used as structural template for lithium ion battery components.
Assistant professor specializes in protein engineering.
Incoming graduate student interested in nanobiotechnology, bioMEMS.
News articles highlight research presented at ACS Fall meeting.
New flexible master's program offers working professionals entrance to high-demand discipline.
New partnership expands program, places students in federal labs.
Summer workshop will improve K-12 engineering, math education.
No toil, No trouble for stronger bubbles.
Orbital Tissue Expander benefits children with anophthalmia and microphthalmia.
Professors bring expertise in structural biology, biophysics to department.
Graduate students recognized for work presented at 26th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference.
Field ranked #2 on list of 12 secure jobs.
Selected for academic, research achievements while studying abroad.
Framework for current and future cooperation with Lockheed Martin worth at least $3 million.
Five Clark School-affiliated companies named finalists for Incubator Company of the Year.
Study to define how mechanical stress affects cells' differentiation, growth.
Bentley to provide nano-bio drug delivery expertise in close collaboration.
Allon Meizlik chosen to speak at Commencement.
Former affiliates focus on miniaturized systems, biofabrication, nanobiotechnology.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
Fischell Fellow recognized for work with soft matter.
WTTG Fox 5 broadcasts ENES 100 event live from the Kim Building.
Watch surgery and learn about entrepreneurship, senior design projects, and research.
Ten staff members recognized for "milestone" service.
Aeramatics wins its division; CloudSolar recognized for social impact.
New program funded by $15.5 million award from NIST.
Attendees share emerging research on human health.
Undergraduate will help facilitate student processional.
Exceptional students recognized by the Department, Clark School, and professional societies.
Campus water projects, flushing technology comprise winning entries.
Group to develop new treatments for genetic diseases affecting lungs, brain.
Blood-clotting foam takes top prize in security division.
BioE research in Journal of Neuroscience
could benefit those with movement disorders.
Students represent 3 of 5 finalists; Hagen takes 3rd prize.
Paper covers monitoring and controlling bacterial communication.
Undergraduate to study quorum sensing, inhibition of bacterial communication.
Fischell Fellow's commentary on his country's past, present and future published by New America Media.
New, all-biological nanofactory controls bacterial communication in targeted cells.
Pinar Akcora will develop synthesis, processing methods for versatile nanocomposites.
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award will fund work on the biophysics of cell transmigration through the vascular endothelium.
's ranks campus 8th among public colleges.
Graduate student recognized for excellence molecular biology research.
Program presented by Society of Biological Engineering.
National magazine features synthetic blood clotting technology.
Bentley, EPA colleagues provide new insight on disease's behavior.
Professor recognized for leadership in bioengineering education.
Targeted drug delivery prototype for Pompe disease wins Nanoscience/Nanotechnology division at annual event.
Student start-up company’s blood-clotting foam "most promising" in international competition.
Paper covers advances in lab-on-a-chip technology.
Bone tissue engineering technology takes top prize.
Undergraduate invited to write on integrity of statistics.
Fischell Fellow garners new award for blood-clotting technology.
Graduate student honored at Supreme Court event.
Jump in funding from $111 million to $171 million over the past year.
Yu group pursues MRI imaging of biomaterials injected to repair tissue.
Project to use high performance computing for cardiovascular modeling.
The new initiative is part of the University of Maryland's new Honors College
Ghodssi to take office October 1.
Faculty, students appear on Science Channel, ABC, Discovery.com.
Accreditation retroactive to 2007.
Professor, grad student highlight tissue engineering.
Professor will continue research, teaching on campus.
New appointment effective August 1.
New role effective 8/24/09.
Presentation outlines how computer vision, robotics could perform selective thinning.
Professor explores early stages and causes of disease.
Recent study shows that engineering graduates earn the fattest paychecks.
Blood clotting, drug-delivering product chosen from thousands of international entrants.
State of Maryland funds project on force-sensitive nano networks.
State of Maryland funds innovative fuel cell research.
Innovation is the key for technology entrepreneurs to drive economic growth by bringing their ideas to market.
New award honors outstanding research, scholarship.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
Discussion of Women In Engineering Program on 1450 AM Saturday at 8 a.m.
Thirteen staff members recognized for "milestone" service.
Haemechanics offers new blood-clotting, drug-delivering material.
Award will support final stages of dissertation research.
Postdoc recognized for work in microfluidics.
Exceptional students recognized by the Department, Clark School, university, and professional societies.
Places 17th among all graduate engineering programs, 9th among public programs.
UM 2007 Solar Decathlon design wins "Award for Distinctive Residential Architecture."
Prius hybrid engine inventor to address Clark School graduates.
Research focuses on disrupting communication between pathogenic bacteria.
BioE grad student developing oral chemotherapy drug delivery system.
Duttaroy, Paek and Shirmohammadi describe system for assessing viability of donor kidneys.
Will continue research in nuclear medicine.
Engineering students capture 15 percent of technology agency’s national summer fellowships.
Proposed new ventures include drug-screening, blood clotting inventions.
Pat Tillman Foundation has awarded $100,000 to University.
Hemostatic wound-care product takes top U-Md. prize.
BioE undergraduate selected for scholarship, leadership, and mentorship.
Russ scores second win; U-Md. students represent 4 out of 5 finalists.
Junior recognized for work in blood-coagulating hydrogels.
Fisher, Xu explore regeneration of dental tissues.
Alumnus, benefactor honored for achievements in biotechnology.
Junior Omar Ayyub is second author of paper on MIP Hydrogels.
Nargund, Thomas, and Dowling presentations come out on top.
Fellowship benefits Great Expectations
Coterie Environmental LLC focuses on combustion systems.
Student of Gary Rubloff conducts 'lab-on-a-chip' microsystem research.
Award to fund research in Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Laboratory.
Prevent Cancer Foundation to support Chen's biopsy guidance technique.
Molecular Mechanics Laboratory to use high resolution force spectroscopy for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology research.
Titles part of Methods in Molecular Biology
Award supports efforts to commercialize chitosan-based biochip.
Dowling, Raghavan demonstrate "nano-velcro."
Incoming dean Darryll Pines, alumnus Gordon England '61 star.
Deputy defense secretary and Clark School alum to address engineering grads.
Presents work on treatment of traumatic facial injuries.
Poster highlights research on optical microcantilever sensors for liquid samples.
Luo, Roy on top in bioengineering division.
Distinction given by Arthritis Foundation to honor outstanding research.
New biomaterial designed to stop bleeding.
UM Engineers Without Borders chapter hosts hundreds, features Peace Corps deputy director.
Implantable AngelMed Guardian predicts heart attacks.
ARCS scholarship support reaches $500,000.
Campus ranked at #9 in Kiplinger's
rating of public colleges.
BioE junior recognized for his work in the Fisher Group.
Chair of Clark School’s Department of Aerospace Engineering becomes Dean and Farvardin Professor.
Deputy secretary of defense and alumnus counsels Clark School students.
Presents work on food pathogen detection using intelligent packaging.
Patricia Frounfelker cited for work with Army Research Lab.
Alex Severinsky is 2008 Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
NSF report: UM near top in black undergrads who pursue Ph.D.'s in science, engineering.
Graduate student recognized for work on nanofactories.
Repurposed virus could be used to deliver siRNA to diseased cells.
Father/son run Broadneck Pharmacy in Arnold, Md.
Balaras, Muro and White arrive for Fall '08.
New Fischell device uses magnetic pulses to stop debilitating headaches.
Gordon England, B.S. '61, electrical engineering, to deliver Whiting-Turner lecture Oct. 16.
Awojoodu cites Johnson as a passionate mentor.
Bioeningeering/UMBI collaborate on biological threat detection.
Benefactor to perform in The Pirates of Penzance.
Sarah E. Gingrich Firebaugh Memorial Scholarship aids Great Expectations
Microarray Research Laboratory wins Scientific and Technological Achievement Award.
Funds provided for materials, equipment.
Seniors present the final projects of their undergraduate career.
Two ECE students and one from BioE among the recipients.
Dowling, Raghavan, Payne featured in TV segment.
Professor discusses water quality and pollution.
Intelligent Packaging Systems receives $15K for further development.
UM agrees to exchange of faculty, students with Pakistani university.
Becomes Associate Professor with tenure effective August 23.
Hands-on activities help visitors explore and learn.
Dr. Reza Ghodssi is recognized for sustained and influential scientific and scholarly work.
Funding will support development of new type 1 diabetes treatment.
Exceptional students recognized by Department, Clark School, ASABE.
New bioengineering wing dedicated; 2008 Fischell Fellow announced.
Aero grad students' autonomous vehicle video takes first, others receive honorable mentions.
$25K gift enables project in Africa, aids Great Expectations campaign.
Polymer-based dialysis system wins Life Sciences category.
Journal focuses on biomedical applications of micro- and nanotechnology.
Fischell to appear in Pirates of Penzance
BioE grad student to develop fast, portable biosensor.
Final Spring '08 Whiting-Turner lecture set for April 17.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Kofinas Group members submit bioengineering-themed concepts.
Seniors wishing to participate in ring ceremony must sign up by April 4.
Research team includes Bentley, Ghossi, Payne, Rubloff.
Professor receives Brahm and Sudha Verma Lifetime Visionary Award.
BioE students take first and third place.
The Women in Engineering Program's first conference brings over 350 participants to campus.
Article on student retention programs cites successes of Clark School's Keystone program.
Graduate students join highly selective cohort.
Link Plus BioTech, Inc. also names Kofinas its CTO.
RWD Technologies founder recognized for career, support of USM.
Hung, Russ to present at March meeting of the IBE.
Former Bentley Group members work with "designer bacteria", therapeutics, biofuels, viruses and vaccines.
Ceremony features awards for outstanding teaching, staff service.
Yingli Fu studied new treatments for chronic eye disease.
Article describes significant advances in imaging for cancer detection.
Program facilitates collaboration between UMCP, UMB.
Entrepreneur, chair of Clark School Board of Visitors, named commencement speaker.
Watch video of Dr. Michael Maccoby's presentation.
Professor recognized for work in education, liquid crystal research.
Campus leaps ahead in The Times Higher
QS World University Rankings 2007.
BioE faculty discuss nanotech’s role in food safety.
Lockheed CTO kicks off fall Whiting-Turner lecture series.
"Treatment couch" could make radiation therapy safer, more accurate.
Biology for Engineers
takes new approach to classic subject.
New option to prepare students for future rolls in education, industry, government.
UM's Solar Decathlon team finishes 2nd overall at national contest.
Donation to benefit international bioengineering graduate students, Great Expectations
Interdisciplinary workshop will bring together individuals from academia, government and industry.
White Symposium speakers outline characteristics of great engineers and programs.
Professorship, part of Fischell endowment, recognizes scientific and scholarly work.
President's Commission on Disability Issues grants honor.
Gift from Jeong H. Kim helps fund reach milestone, supports Great Expectations
Solypsis co-founder Warren Citrin sets up $250K fund, supports Great Expectations
New research may result in longer life spans for hip replacements.
Cellular and biomolecular engineering research to focus on biofunctionalized devices.
Invited talk covers nanotechnology solutions for agriculture.
Fund to support students in ME, BioE, and ECE, aid Great Expectations
Professors explain nanotechnology's potential role in food safety.
$5K to aid construction of Solar Decathlon entry, Great Expectations
Undergraduate comments on attending college with a disability.
Stem cell funding story makes front page of The Diamondback.
MTECH director assumes position July 1, when Dean Farvardin becomes provost.
Seniors show the results of a year's work.
Fischell Department chair joins leadership of American Society of Microbiology.
Clark School students capture all six Sci/Terp awards.
ranks Maryland NanoCenter #5 in education, #7 in research.
Research on regenerating human facial bones garners only College Park award.
Betsy Mendelsohn to lead Science, Technology and Society Program for College Park Scholars.
First annual event highlights technology, research, student work, and innovation.
Student recognized for research, entrepreneurial spirit.
Current Clark School dean will assume new position on July 1.
Specializes in repair of musculoskeletal tissues, targeted drug delivery for cancer therapy.
Dean cites need for "10,000 gifts" to reach $185M Great Expectations
New discovery can filter a patient's blood in a process similar to dialysis.
Inaugural contest features science demonstration videos made by undergrad students.
Three winners chosen among nine finalists.
The Princeton Review
ranks program #6 among graduate engineering schools.
Tune in on the radio or online!
Clark School Honors and Awards Ceremony 2006-2007
Online visitors can view a seminar on biomedical devices by SA 50 winner & ECE alumnus Tag Cutchis.
Art Collins, Whiting-Turner lecturer, to speak on improving healthcare through technology.
Event to highlight how engineers can improve life for millions of people.
Dean Farvardin authors "Last Word" column in March 2007 issue.
Funding up for grabs in $50K Business Plan Competition.
Alma mater Rice University recognizes achievements.
Higher education institute cites research expenditures and articles among criteria.
Professor will be part of Technology Visionary Series panel.
$100K donation helps freshmen engineering students in need, advances Great Expectations
Award to fund research in Cell Biophysics Laboratory.
Clark School shows in vivo "nanofactories" can make and deliver targeted drugs.
Worldwide medical device manufacturer to fund research.
AOL vice chairman to start spring series with "Shift Happens" March 29.
UM School of Pharmacy Center for Nanomedicine and Cellular Delivery hosts first research day.
Advisors ask alumni, corporate partners to help achieve recruitment goals.
Weekly "Recyclemania" competition compares universities' environmental efforts.
Winning videos will be used to interest kids in engineering and science.
$100K Berman Pollans gift adds to Great Expectations campaign effort.
for UM's entry—a solar-powered trash and recycling compactor.
New genetic engineering improves implantable medical devices.
Ceremony features awards for outstanding teaching, staff service.
Presentations showcase a semester of ideas, research.
Research focuses on biological motion.
Alumnus discusses his work with biomedical devices.
Competition Offers $50,000 in Prizes for the Best Ideas for New Companies.
Magazine's November issue highlights Mote's dedication to promoting science and engineering.
BAE Systems President and CEO Mark Ronald will address December engineering graduates.
Kofinas and Sukharev honored at luncheon.
Journal is the leading publication in its field.
Digene CEO discussed company's rise in molecular diagnostics industry.
Cross-UMD team seeks radiation therapy motion solution.
Work includes conference compilation, biomedical engineering handbook.
Clark School honor society chapter is 11-time winner.
170 companies will be represented in the Union on Wednesday, Thursday.
Campus is No. 15, up three spots from 2005.
von Eschenbach cites the importance of the FDA's link with the University.
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.
Bioengineering benefactor lectures on "Engineering for Humanity, Fun and Profit."
Deutsch Foudation will fund Clark School bioengineering research on the nanoscale.
Research includes ion channels, molecular mechanisms of mechanosensation.
A material found in crab shells is part of a new sensor system.
$1.5 million grant will support creation of new nanotechnologies.
Event promotes interaction between research groups.
Funds will be used for nanofabrication equipment for Kim Engineering Building FabLab.
The first student to graduate from the Bioengineering Gradaute Program earned her M.S. degree at the Clark School Commencement ceremony on May 22, 2006.
Sessions cover fermentation microbiology, downstream processing, or both.
“Fundamentals” offered in summer and fall, new “Cases” in fall.
$50,000 gift fosters excellent undergraduate teaching skills among faculty.
Clark School engineers create flexible antenna material.
Engineers were on every winning invention team at UM awards.
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.
14th Annual Discover Magazine Awards for Innovation in Space Science and Technology named Fischell one of six revolutionaries who changed the world.
Dr. William Bentley, Herbert Rabin Distinguished Professor of Engineering and director of Bioengineering Program received the 2003 Clark School of Engineering Outstanding Faculty Research Award.
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.
Professorship supports new and emerging fields in engineering.
Cross-disciplinary program focuses on biology, medicine and health.