Technique Could Broaden Cold (or Frostbite) Treatment of Cancer While Decreasing Patients’ Pain and Suffering
BIOE names two recipients of prestigious department award
University of Maryland bioengineers develop a new technique to efficiently capture, gently release, and effectively scale up circulating tumor cells, a leading culprit in cancer spread.
Maryland Engineering earns a top spot in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report
Best Graduate Schools rankings among over 200 colleges.
Professor Shawn He and a team of researchers aim to improve how cardiac muscle tissue is engineered.
The five interdisciplinary projects funded by the BBI offer cutting-edge approaches to translational neuroscience.
Researchers hope to improve how cells, tissues, and organs are banked for transplantation and other applications.
BIOE seniors present 23 novel Capstone projects live via Gatherly.
Technology could one day be used to improve stem cell-based therapies as well as treatment options for diabetes and infertility.
BIOE Professor Xiaoming He and his research team take a new approach to understand why cancers spread.
Kraus recognized high school teacher Matthew Groden, BIOE Assistant Professor Kim Stroka for their mentorship.
The Advisory Board recognized six students for their outstanding service amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nine BIOE students were honored with departmental and college awards.
Christina Conrad and James Shamul coordinating donations for medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients
Student projects include novel pediatric medical devices, a hemofiltration system, and a tracheostomy device.
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
ECUST Vice President Changsheng Liu Visits College Park
BIOE Professor awarded one of the field's highest professional distinctions.
BIOE professor Xiaoming "Shawn" He is working with collaborators around the world to advance cancer therapy research.