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Quantitative Cellular & Systems Engineering


Nan Kong, an associate professor of biomedical engineering, co-authors The n-by-T Target Discharge Strategy for Inpatient Units in Medical Decision Making (journal).
Andrew Brightman, the assistant head of biomedical engineering and an associate professor of engineering practice, co-authored Empathic Perspective-Taking and Ethical Decision-Making in Engineering Ethics Education in Philosophy and Engineering.
Edward Bartlett, an associate professor of biomedical engineering and biological sciences, was named a 2017 University Faculty Scholar. The honor recognizes outstanding accomplishments by faculty mid-way through their academic career.

Transforming healthcare requires integration of biological and biomedical information across multiple scales and levels of organization. Quantitative Cellular and Systems Engineering uses computational methods, mathematical modeling, systems analysis, quantitative measurement, and cellular and molecular engineering to solve problems in biotechnology and human health.

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