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New system monitors tiny 'earthquakes' in bones to prevent fractures
September 12, 2006
Researchers are applying the same basic technique seismologists use to measure earthquakes for a new medical technology that promises to prevent stress fractures by detecting the formation of tiny cracks in bones.
Classes Have Started
August 28, 2006
Classes have officially started at the Purdue West Lafayette campus, including the very first class to be taught in the new Biomedical Engineering Building.
BME SURF Students Finalists in SWE Poster Competition
August 14, 2006
Two BME SURF students, Pervin Taleyarkhan and Jillian Vitter, have been selected to showcase their research at the Society for Women Engineers National Conference in October.
 
Low-Cost Devices To Assist African AIDS Patients
August 09, 2006
With the aid of a $250,000.00 gift from the Parker Hannifin Corporation to help launch the effort, J. Paul Robinson and his team are working to lower the cost of an important AIDS test from $12 to 50 cents or less.
Low-Cost Devices To Assist African AIDS Patients
August 09, 2006
With the aid of a $250,000.00 gift from the Parker Hannifin Corporation to help launch the effort, J. Paul Robinson and his team are working to lower the cost of an important AIDS test from $12 to 50 cents.
Les Geddes Featured In Impact
August 04, 2006
Dr. Les Geddes has been featured in the "Around The Fountain" section of the most recent issue of Purdue Engineering Impact magazine. This feature focuses on students, professors, and other people of interest within the College of Engineering.
Les Geddes Featured In Impact
July 18, 2006
Dr. Les Geddes has been featured in the "Around The Fountain" section of the most recent issue of Purdue Engineering Impact magazine. This feature focuses on students, professors, and other people of interest within the College of Engineering.
Alissa Russ Receives P.E.O. Scholar Award
June 28, 2006
Alissa L. Russ, a fourth-year PhD graduate student in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University, has been named a recipient of the prestigious P.E.O. Scholar Award.
Graduate Student Profile: Silas Leavesley
June 15, 2006
“You have to have something to do outside of school.”

This is how Silas Leavesley sums up his work with the University Church at Purdue, where he assists with maintenance, plays the piano, and leads the Sunday morning service along with his wife Heather. The question facing everyone else at the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering is how Silas has any spare time at all.

Lottes Wins IHIF Research Poster Competiton
June 13, 2006
A research poster presentation by Aaron Lottes, "A Novel Abdominal Compression Device To Improve CPR" has won the Indiana Health Industry Forum competition for academic research at the IHIF Forum in Indianapolis. The award, announced today at the forum luncheon, includes a cash award as well as recognition before the assembled members of industry, academia, and government. Our congratulations to Aaron and the research team.

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