This kind of “hypermodal” imaging would give doctors
a much clearer picture of patients’ organs and tissues than a
single method alone could provide. It could help medical
professionals diagnose disease and identify the boundaries of
tumors. Read more
On Thursday, April 7th, students who had placed within their
department's poster presentations competed at the school-wide
level. We are pleased to announce that our Biomedical Engineering
representatives performed very strongly. Vincent Tutino won 3rd
place in the poster competition.
Yumiao Zhang, a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering and
Chemical and Biological Engineering won the first place prize out
of a field of 150 entrants for his poster presentation at the 41st
Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC 2015) held in Troy, New
York held April 17-19th.
Three graduate students took first place in UB’s Henry A.
Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition (Panasci TEC)
for a biotechnology venture that offers a revolutionary new way to
deliver cancer drugs.