From a bundle of nerves to centered calm: Curiosity to creation
ASU research-based startup Hoolest is helping people in the community improve performance and relieve anxiety through applied neuroscience research.
ASU engineers get to the heart of organs-on-a-chip
Jaimeson “Jaime” Veldhuizen and Mehdi Nikkhah collaborated with an interdisciplinary research team to design and validate a new heart-on-a-chip platform for use in modeling diseases, testing drugs and treatments as well as other research.
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Biomedical engineers work at the interface of technology and medicine on challenges that are critical to the advancement of health and scientific discovery.
At ASU, we offer a rigorous program in biomedical engineering with opportunities for students to be involved in research, entrepreneurship, healthcare delivery, biomedical device design and global health.
Kristin Huber, a School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Junior, established a novel Java program that streamlined the analysis of tissues for the Stabenfeldt Lab. The Stabenfeldt Lab develops novel targeted diagnostic and therapeutic biomaterials in the...
Mehdi Nikkhah, an Associate Professor in the School of Biomedical and Health Systems Engineering, and biomedical engineering doctoral student Jaimeson “Jaime” Veldhuizen took on the challenge of designing and validating a new heart-on-a-chip platform. Their innovative...
James Abbas, an Associate Professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, has been named senior member of the National Academy of Inventors. Learn...