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McKelvey Engineering News MARCH 2019
Engineering treatments for the opioid epidemic
Biomedical engineer Jai Rudra is developing a therapeutic option that would prevent opiates from crossing the blood-brain barrier, preventing the high abusers seek.
Universities collaborate to bolster cybersecurity in St. Louis region
Consortium will team with GlobalHack to host a hackathon focused on cybersecurity for students from each of the six universities and others in the region.
A new method for precision drug delivery: painting
Researchers are integrating ultrasound imaging with ultrasound therapy to pave the way for a new kind of drug delivery.
Understanding low-temperature plasma has technological, human benefits
Elijah Thimsen will study how chemical reactions occurring in low-temperature plasma move toward a superlocal equilibrium state with an NSF CAREER Award.
SPOTLIGHT
A December 2018 graduate of the McKelvey School of Engineering with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, Wong spent the previous summer and fall semester as a McCarthy intern and is now a full-time project engineer.
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Philip Bayly is part of a team using a new imaging technique to study aging and disease in the brain.

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