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Faculty named Pioneer award winner
Professor Lihong Wang earns prestigious NIH award for his revolutionary development in photoacoustic imaging.
Design team receives award at BMES
Low-Cost Spirometer created by WUSTL engineering students wins at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) DEBUT Challenge and the annual Engineering World Health Design Competition.
Moran Lab study discussed on NPR
NPR's "All Things Considered" highlights Science article by Associate Professor, Dan Moran, PhD, et al.
Graduate student earns Best Student Poster Presentation Award
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Metasebya Solomon, who won this award at the Optical Society of America's BIOMED meeting in Miami in April. Metasebya is a member of the Optical Radiology Lab, and joined the department in 2006.
Professor's paper is 9th most-accessed article in IEEE Sensors Journal
Assistant Professor Barani Raman's article "Microsensors in Dynamic Backgrounds: Toward Real-Time Breath Monitoring" appeared on the January issue's cover of IEEE Sensors Journal.
Graduate student receives National Science Foundation Fellowship
Congratulations to second-year Ph.D. candidate Dylan McCreedy for winning a Graduate Research Fellowship from NSF!
Graduate student selected as Graduate Student Finalist for MRS Spring Meeting
Congratulations to Claire Cobley on her selection as a Graduate Student Finalist for the Materials Research Society's spring meeting.
Matthew Wyczalkowski receives NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
Congratulations to Matthew on receiving this three-year fellowship. He will continue his postdoctoral work in Professor Larry Taber's lab.
BME Research Associate Professor earns Best Paper Award at SPIE Conference
Congratulations to Konstantin Maslov, BME Research Associate Professor, who earned a Best Paper Award at the SPIE Photonics West conference. This is his second "best paper" award at Photonics West in the last three years.
Barani Raman's work featured in the Journal of Neuroscience
New Assistant Professor Barani Raman's recent work on olfactory coding and neural signal processing was highlighted in the February 10 edition of the journal.
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