ASU researchers address a primary cause of treatment failure for pancreatic cancer
As the second leading cause of death worldwide, cancer is a focal point in both clinical research and health care fields, but not all cancers are created equal.
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Biomedical engineers work at the interface of technology and medicine on challenges that are critical to the advancement of health and scientific discovery.
At ASU, we offer a rigorous program in biomedical engineering with opportunities for students to be involved in research, entrepreneurship, healthcare delivery, biomedical device design and global health.
Amazing Genes – Samira Kiani, M.D. (PI), Kiani Lab, Arizona State University – Gene editing technology that could potentially cure disease and turn the medical world on its ear
Samira Kiani, M.D. (PI), leads an eye-opening discussion on the groundbreaking medical advances that could be on the horizon with gene editing. Dr. Kiani is the principal investigator at Kiani lab located on the campus of Arizona State University. She holds a...
CRISPR has been heralded for some time for the possibilities it presents to harness and enhance the power of the human body to heal itself. Now Arizona State University researchers in collaboration with colleagues around the country have announced an advancement in...
For recent biomedical engineering graduate Lexi Bounds, it was an enthusiasm for soccer that unexpectedly led her to find a new passion in the sciences. “In high school I read a journal article that described a group of scientists who had ‘grown’ a soccer ball with...