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SBHSE student streamlines analysis of tissues for the Stabenfeldt Lab

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...

ASU engineers get to the heart of organs-on-a-chip

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...

Stimulating the deep brain

School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, Associate Professor, Bradley Greger has teamed up with Barrow Neurological Institute neurosurgeon Dr. Francisco Ponce to evaluate Deep Brain Stimulation for its possible use in treating other neurological disorders.

Innovation unlocked

Read about how our faculty and students are unlocking innovation and making the Fulton Schools an epicenter of idea generation and realization. Explore Convergence Magazine

Earth Day turns 50

As we mark 50 years of Earth Day in 2020, Fulton Schools researchers are working to decrease humanity’s carbon footprint and increase sustainability for the health of the planet.

SBHSE professors reveal new understanding of synthetic gene circuits

Assistant Professor Xiaojun Tian and Associate Professor Xiao Wang are advancing the field of synthetic biology. They conducted a year-long collaboration with their laboratory groups in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, one of the six Fulton...

New tool navigates the brain’s addiction mechanisms

Dr. Barbara Smith, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering is helping the research community better understand how addiction affects the brain at the cellular level to better combat this debilitating...

New grants fuel ASU bioscience research

SBHSE Assistant Professor Dr. Mehdi Nikkhah and Assistant Professor Barbara Smith received grants from the Flinn Foundation to further their bioscience research. The projects will create technology to map the brain’s cellular activity during opioid addiction and...