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The Villages Daily Sun published a story on the potential of 3-D printing and quoted Ciprian Ionita, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and neurosurgery.
Business First profiles UB spinoff Neurovascular Diagnostics, which is developing a low-cost blood test to detect unruptured brain aneurysms. The company was co-founded by UB engineering and medical faculty members Hui Meng, Vincent Tutino and Ken Snyder, and entrepreneur Jeff Harvey, whose wife, Carol, died of ruptured aneurysms in 2002.
1/17/20 reports that UB biomedical engineer Anirban Dutta is developing technology nicknamed “MindEye” that uses a low-cost infrared camera to detect subtle changes in pupil dilation and eye movement.

Technology called MindEye uses infrared camera to detect subtle changes in pupil dilation and eye movement.

Medical Xpress reported on a new, portable breast imaging system that has the potential to better identify breast cancer in women with dense breast tissue and quotes study lead author Jun Xia, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Developed by a UB-led research team, the system could improve early cancer detection in women with dense breast tissue.

When Cesar Ramirez applied for the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Summer Research Internship Program, he knew it would be a good opportunity to conduct research, as well as a valuable resume builder.
A story on WBFO reports that a UB-based research team is working with Neurovascular Diagnostics, a local company, on clinical trials of a blood test that can detect brain aneurysms. The company is led by UB biomedical engineering alumnus Vincent Tutino.