ASU researcher Madeline Andrews is identifying the role of leukemia inhibitory factor signaling pathways in brain growth.
ASU biomedical engineering researchers are developing ways to optimize RNA editing to understand and improve human health.
ASU Engineering places eight undergraduate areas of focus in the US News Top 30 and moves up eight spots in the last three years overall
ASU students use synthetic biology to develop community health solutions and fight “forever chemicals” for a global science competition.
The Biomedical Engineering Society chapter at ASU creates opportunities for students to work together and be successful in their academic and career endeavors.
Join us in welcoming more than 50 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.
Fulton Schools biomedical engineering students lead research into student and professor mental health and how teaching methods affect well-being.
ASU faculty researcher develops software to analyze gene-regulating networks involved in the development of cancer.
Recently named a 2023 Fulbright Scholar, ASU Assistant Professor Sydney Schaefer will spend a year in Sweden researching early dementia detection.
Associate Professor Mehdi Nikkhah was named a Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors thanks to his disease-fighting “on-a-chip” technology.
David Brafman awarded $1.8 million in funding to research how changes in DNA can influence a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Last week, Elon Musk announced that his startup Neuralink, which aims to restore a person’s vision or assist people with mobility issues via chip implants in the brain, will begin human trials in six months.
An ASU capstone project created a new male contraceptive called EMIT and won the competitive Venture prize in the NIH DEBUT Challenge.
A record number of 13 students in the Fulton Schools were honored with an Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, or ARCS, Scholarship in 2022.
Doctoral student David Eduardo Flores-Prieto leads extensive advocacy efforts for increased Hispanic and Latinx representation in STEM from kindergarten through graduate school.