BME News

November 28, 2022

Whiskey isn't medicine, but both can be counterfeit

Young Kim, professor in Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, developed a quick response (QR) code on an edible silk tag that whiskey makers can put in their bottles so consumers can use a smartphone app to confirm authenticity.
November 4, 2022

Linnes named ELATES Fellows in national leadership program

Jacqueline Linnes, the Marta E. Gross Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and director of the College of Engineering Honors Program, and Peristera Paschou, professor in biological sciences and associate dean in the College of Science, have been selected for the Class of 2022-2023 of Drexel University’s Executive Leadership in Academic Technology, Engineering and Science (ELATES) program.
October 24, 2022

Sarah Libring closes chapter on impressive legacy made at Purdue University

Sarah Libring, a Ph.D. student in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, is closing the chapter on her legacy made at Purdue University.

Sarah was first exposed to engineering through the PLTW (Project Lead the Way) program in her high school. Around the same time, she watched a TED talk about regenerative medicine work and discovered the interdisciplinary field of biomedical engineering. While pursuing her B.S. in biomedical engineering at Rutgers University, Sarah conducted research through the Rutgers Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Department and through the Rutgers Biomedical Engineering Department, publishing work from both laboratories. She also participated in two REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) programs at the University of Texas at Austin and Purdue University. Through these endeavors, she fostered research interests focused on understanding cellular responses to traumatic environments, such as during wound healing and cancer formation, and decided to continue research through a Ph.D. program.
October 20, 2022

Engineering in Medicine Institute announces application process for funding

The Engineering in Medicine Institute is a flagship effort combining the strengths of IU School of Medicine and the Purdue University College of Engineering. The goal of the new Engineering in Medicine Institute is to create an environment between Purdue Engineering and IU School of Medicine that fosters innovation and translation, as well as partnership with premier industries in Indiana. To maximize the rapid success of the Engineering in Medicine Institute, there is an initial focus on five targeted areas: cardiovascular health, cancer, musculoskeletal health, otolaryngology and pediatrics. The goal of these research collaborations is to develop novel technologies and approaches that will lead to innovative approaches and engineered systems for improved patient care.
October 10, 2022

Purdue BME Offers New Certificate in Regulatory Affairs and Regulatory Science for Medical Devices

Medical devices are a nearly $500 billion global market and encompass technologies such as heart valves, joint replacements, medical imaging equipment, diagnostic tests, digital health technologies contained within smart watches, and thousands more. These are complex products that often take many years of development and testing before they are approved to treat patients. The rapid expansion of medical technologies has increased the demand for regulatory professionals who understand both the science of medical device development and the regulatory processes that are in place to protect and promote public health.
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