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October 26, 2017

Addressing the national opioid crisis

Opioid overdoses kill more than 60,000 Americans each year — more than breast cancer, more than car accidents. The CDC projects the final 2017 death toll will be even higher. In parallel with governmental and community-based approaches to decrease the availability of opioids — drugs such as oxycodone and fentanyl — biomedical engineers at Purdue are devising ways to prevent overdose deaths. As well as leveraging their expertise in biomedical devices and novel drug delivery systems, Purdue’s Weldon School engineers hope to create a multidisciplinary core of researchers who can present a comprehensive set of solutions for Indiana and the nation.
October 26, 2017

The Weldon School: Top choice for electroceutical studies

For graduate students seeking a career in implantable devices, Purdue’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering should be on the short list. Large, comprehensive, and well-funded, the electroceutical research program is a prime training ground for students in engineering, biomedical and computer science fields.
October 26, 2017

Neuroscience: Where engineering meets biology

Integrated, holistic research efforts are key to success, and the Weldon School's close ties to the Purdue Institute for Integrated Neuroscience
(PINN) demonstrate that engineering and biology make an excellent fit.
October 26, 2017

Weldon School welcomes three new faculty members

Purdue’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering welcomes three new faculty members in 2017-18, and we are still actively recruiting. The faculty growth corresponds to an ongoing transformative period of expansion in the school's educational programs, research capabilities, and industry outreach.
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