Monthly Archives: October 2015

Anuradha Godavarty’s Hand-Held Optical Scanner Featured by Several Media Outlets

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Anuradha Godavarty, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, has received tremendous recognition this past week for her patented design of a hand-held optical probe based imaging system with 3-D tracking facilities and the device’s potential impact on breast cancer imaging. The optical hand-held device is capable of 3-D tumor detection in real-time. This device has the […]

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5th Annual Graduate Research Day

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On October 23rd, the department of Biomedical Engineering at FIU hosted the 5th Annual Graduate Research Day as part of the Wallace H. Coulter Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series. The event featured the research of several of FIU BME’s graduate students and also included lectures from Brad Fernald, FIU BME Alumnus and the Director of […]

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SPIE Features Research by Dr. Jessica Ramella-Roman

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Research conducted by Jessica Ramella-Roman, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, was recently featured by the international society for optics and photonics, SPIE. The article, titled, “Monitoring hypertrophic burn scars with a spectroscopic polarimetric optical systems”, highlights Ramella-Roman’s novel use of optical techniques to non-invasively monitor scar formation. Hypertrophic […]

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5th Annual Graduate Research Day – October 23, 2015

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Join us this Friday, October 23rd for the 5th Annual Graduate Research Day! The day will highlight our outstanding graduate student research projects and seminars from FIU BME Alumnus, Brad Fernald and Dr. Aydogan Ozcan from UCLA.

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FIU Biomedical Engineering Undergraduates Shine at FIU McNair Scholars Research Conference and MARC U*STAR & MBRS RISE Mini-Symposium

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Congratulations to Josue Santana for winning the first place in the best poster category and the third place in the oral presentation category at the FIU McNair Scholars Research Conference. His presentation, “Modeling the Mechanical Effects of Low Magnitude Mechanical Stimulation in Trabecular Bone”, is a culmination of his work completed over the past summer […]

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