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In The News

2016-03-18 (All day)

Dr. Wilson’s laboratory group attended the 2016 International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Medical Imaging Conference in San Diego, CA in February, 2016. All told, a group of nine people attended the conference and made eight presentations. Three presentations received awards!

2016-03-14 (All day)
Nicole Seiberlich has recently been informed that the CBET division of the NSF will fund her CAREER Award.
2016-02-18 (All day)

Joint collaborative effort across Case, UH, and Boston Medical, spanning departments of BME, pathology, epi/bio, radiology, and medicine. The research is published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports.

2016-01-06 (All day)

A. Bolu Ajiboye, PhD was featured in Nature Medicine. The article highlights the current advances of the BrainGate project including Dr. Ajiboye's application of the technology in a severe upper-level spinal cord injury individual to control an implanted FES system to move either his wrist or elbow from side to side, and open and close his hand.

2016-01-04 (All day)

Mice are tumor-free and protected from metastases after treatment

2015-12-24 (All day)

Dr. Pallavi Tiwari, Research Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering has been selected as one of the 100 Women Achievers of India. This award is conferred by the Government of India for recognizing women who are making an impact in diverse fields. Dr. Tiwari will be recognized for her work in developing novel software technology for early cancer diagnosis and prognosis, and will be felicitated by the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee on 22nd January 2016 during an award ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. 

2015-12-15 (All day)

Receive National Institutes of Health grants to lead image-analysis efforts

2015-12-10 (All day)

Anant Madabhushi, professor of BME and director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD), and his team were issued two patents—U.S. patent 9,177,105 and U.S. patent 9,177,014—in pattern recognition of cancer from digital pathology and imaging data.

2015-12-07 (All day)

UH Case Medical Center experts present new data at Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology

2015-12-07 (All day)

A device called HemeChip may soon make screening for sickle cell disease in infants incredibly easy.