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Scarcelli, Giuliano

Scarcelli, Giuliano

Assistant Professor
Fischell Department of Bioengineering
4228 A. James Clark Hall
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BIOE Capstone Class Presents 20 Novel Projects

Student projects include novel pediatric medical devices, a hemofiltration system, and a tracheostomy device.

New Microscopy Technique Could Change LASIK

UMD bioengineers pave the way for precise measurement of light’s refraction in the eyes.

Technology to deliver images of birth defect as it happens

An effort to tackle the evolutionary anomaly of why the neural tube closes in most embryos but remains open in others.

Three BIOE Professors Awarded NIH R01s in as Many Months

Drs. Jewell, Scarcelli, and Jay were awarded a collective total of $5.4 million in NIH R01 funding this spring.

Scarcelli Awarded $2M NIH R01 Grant for Optical Technology to Advance Eye Disease Diagnostics

BIOE Assistant Professor Giuliano Scarcelli recognized for new applications of Brillouin microscopy.

UMD Researchers Shed Light on Mechanical Properties of Cells

Invention of the Year nominees invent microscope module for improved cell observation

Clark School Researchers Recognized for Exceptional Inventions

Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.

New Microscopy Technique Sheds Light on How Cells Sense Environment

BIOE assistant professor Giuliano Scarcelli serves as co-author on Nature Cell Biology paper.

BIOE Capstone 2017: Projects Focus on Pediatric Care, Physical Therapy, Pulmonary Tumors, and More

BIOE hosted it's largest-ever Capstone Design competition on May 10th, 2017.

Using Brillouin Microscopy, Scarcelli Aims to Shed Light on How Tumor Cells Metastasize

BIOE Assistant Professor Awarded $1 Million NIH National Cancer Institute Grant

BioE Capstone 2016: New Projects Focus on Improved Healthcare for Underserved Communities, Pediatric Patients, and More

Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.

Peering into Tissue Stiffness with VIPA-based Brillouin Spectroscopy

Asst. Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli's research featured in Applied Physics Letters.

Novel Microscopy Technique to Shed New Light on Study of Cell Properties, Disease Pathogenesis

BioE Asst. Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli published in Nature Methods.

Scarcelli Named NIH K25, Human Frontier Science Program Grant Recipient

Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli receives prestigious NIH, HFSP grants.

Stroka, Scarcelli Join BioE Faculty

Assistant Professors Kimberly M. Stroka and Giuliano Scarcelli were recently named BioE faculty members.