Brain injury research explores sex-dependent therapeutics
Sarah Stabenfeldt and University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Associate Professor Rachael Sirianni are leading the first exploration of sex-targeted drug delivery for traumatic brain injury that will improve the fundamental understandings of sex differences in traumatic brain injury and help design more effective nanoparticle delivery treatments.
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Dr. Sarah Stabenfeldt, an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering in The School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, and Dr. Rachael Sirianni, an Associate Professor in the Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Texas Health...
ASU Alumni, Turan Suresh, who graduated from The School of Biological and Health System Engineering’s undergraduate program, in May 2020 was part of the ASU student team that designed a fog free mask that won $1 million in an international competition.
Dr. Bhavik Patel joins the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care to connect engineering research and clinical practice with artificial intelligence.