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BME News
WINTER 2018
A promising new diagnostic imaging technique may improve current standard of care for patients with ovarian cancer. Video
Hopeful technology could change detection, diagnosis of deadly ovarian cancer
Flu’s clues: A new approach to studying influenza
Clever repurposing of biological tool gives researchers new clues as to how the flu remains so successful.
Lori Setton at BMES
As Lori Setton wraps up her tenure as president of the Biomedical Engineering Society, she looks back at all that she’s achieved during her two-year term.
Edging closer to personalized medicine for patients with irregular heartbeat
Biomedical engineer Jon Silva led an international team that determined which patients would benefit the most from a commonly used drug treatment.
STUDENT BLOGS
This year, WashU sent more than 30 students to the Society of Women Engineers' annual conference in Minneapolis. In this blog series, four BME undergraduates share the knowledge they gained at the event that could benefit all engineers.
WashU at SWE
 
 
Student & Faculty News
NSF names Thoroughman director of CogNeuro program
Holehouse named MolSSI Software Fellow
Moon and Dantas team receives $3.5M grant from NIH
Achilefu elected to AIMBE College of Fellows
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