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Biomedical Engineering News
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October 2020
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Dear colleagues, students and faculty,

Lori SettonAs our fall 2020 semester will be one for the history books, we highlight here our engineering school faculty, enthusiastic student-body-in-residence, and our transformed campus spaces that made for a strong and memorable academic semester at Washington University in St. Louis. 

May the days ahead be filled with good health and safe spaces.

Lori A. Setton
Professor and Chair

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Campus space in a COVID-19 world

It looks the same, yet the 169-acre campus feels a bit different this fall. As students return, a by-the-numbers look at what has been done to make the campus as safe as possible for returning students, faculty and staff.

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McKelvey educational specialists help faculty prepare for hybrid fall semester
McKelvey educational specialists help faculty prepare for hybrid fall semester

To prepare to teach some courses remotely, McKelvey Engineering faculty took part in a three-week workshop that covered online lectures to grading and testing.

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'Education, Engineering & Race' seminar series yields feedback, action items
'Education, Engineering & Race' seminar series yields feedback, action items

A summer seminar series on 'Education, Engineering & Race' yielded feedback and input from attendees on social injustice, racism and inequities.

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IN THE MEDIA

In the media: How a hologram can show a patient's heart during surgery

Jennifer and Jon Silva, a husband and wife team working at Washington University in St Louis, have developed a hologram that visualizes a patient's heart while they are in the operating room.

In the media: How a hologram can show a patient's heart during surgery
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RESEARCH
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Targeting ultrasound at the brain for noninvasive diagnosis of brain cancer

WashU engineering, orthopedic team to study painful degenerative condition

WashU engineering, orthopedic team to study painful degenerative condition

Heart's electrical propagation focus of WashU interdisciplinary study

Universities join forces to understand locust swarming

Universities join forces to understand locust swarming

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Despite detours, alumna Ahmad found her place in engineering

Zaineb Ahmad, who earned a degree in biomedical engineering, has found success as a systems engineer with an aerospace and defense company.

Despite detours, alumna Ahmad found her place in engineering
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