Monthly Archives: June 2016

Post-doctoral fellowship available in Neural Engineering/Neuro-rehabilitation

The Plasticity, Monoamines, and Recovery of Function (PMRF) Lab at Florida International University, under the direction of Prof. Jacob McPherson, is seeking a post-doctoral fellow with interests in neural engineering and rehabilitation. The fellow will take a lead role in advancing the development of a new closed-loop neural-computer interface to reduce neuropathic pain following spinal […]

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Sharan Ramaswamy awarded AHA grant to treat heart valve disease in children

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Sharan Ramaswamy, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department, has been awarded an American Heart Association (AHA) grant! The grant, entitled “Bioscaffold mitral valve replacement permitting somatic growth and remodeling” focuses on a promising strategy to treat critical congenital mitral heart valve disease in young children using a regenerative approach. Due to sizing limitations […]

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