School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Associate Professor, Dr. David Brafman, a stem cell expert, explores taking the best molecular clues and tracing them all the way back to the start, to catch the very first manifestations of the the Alzheimer's...
Jessica Weaver is developing a unique way to make transplantation possible without suppressing the immune system.
An online research project using a video game to help predict dementia risk earned an ASU postdoctoral scholar a competitive NIH training fellowship.
ASU’s Emma Frow wins 2021 National Science Foundation CAREER Award to explore the concept of care at the frontier of synthetic biology
Pair of Fulton Schools faculty receive funding from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative for multidisciplinary research on bioimaging.
Join us in welcoming more than 30 new faculty to the Fulton Schools. These talented professionals bring skills and insights from leading laboratories and industry innovators across the nation and the world.
ASU engineering faculty mentors who strive to help their mentees succeed were recently recognized for their outstanding mentorship.
Dr. David Brafman, Associate Professor and Dr. Christopher Plaisier, Assistant Professor, both in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering receive ASU-Mayo seed grants. Read more on ASU...
MORE Foundation Professor of Life in Motion Thurmon Lockhart is collaborating with clinicians to develop innovative technology that helps to prevent falls.
A new state of stem cells discovered and classified with a new tool developed by ASU engineers could lead to a new method of brain cancer treatment.
Advances in re-engineering our body’s biomechanisms at molecular and genetic levels could expand possibilities for restoring human health.
Two Flinn Foundation grants support ASU bioscience innovations for accessible COVID-19 diagnostics and neurostimulation-based chronic migraine relief.
Sarah Stabenfeldt received the Mid-Career Award from the Society For Biomaterials for her contributions to the society and to the field of biomaterials.
Veteran Nicole Haikalis has worked hard double-majoring in biomedical engineering and neuroscience while overcoming challenges and advocating for her peers.
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...