ASU’s student organization for biomedical engineering promotes awareness and appreciation for a multifaceted field.
At the close of the fall and spring semesters, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering recognizes select members of the graduating class for demonstrating academic excellence, extraordinary leadership and community service.
In a new study, Shaopeng Wang and his colleagues at Arizona State University describe a new technique that promises to revolutionize the imaging of proteins and other vital biomolecules, allowing these tiny entities to be visualized with unprecedented clarity and by simpler means than existing methods.
Dr. Sarah Stabenfeldt, Associate Professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering is named among the most impactful leaders in her field by American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows. Read more...
ASU’s Xiaojun Tian has won National Science Foundation support for his efforts to determine how synthetic gene circuits can guide the behavior of natural host cells to fight disease and more.
Dr. Marco Santello, Director and Professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering and a team of interdisciplinary researchers from the Mayo clinic have been developing the SoftHand Pro — the first prosthetic to combine soft robotic technologies and...
A team of School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering students, last month won a gold medal in an international synthetic biology competition. Their accomplishment? Engineering microalgae to bind arsenic in water, reduce it and sequester the toxic...
VIDEO: Professor of Biomechanics Thurmon Lockhart talks to Arizona PBS about his app, the Lockhart Monitor, that he created to help prevent falls.
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.