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Testing biomaterials and drugs on chronic diseases animals.
Initial setting for a workspace for the KKD group, working on a Medical device solution for Intubation
An Immersive Virtual Training Capability, Combining Sensors, Actuators and a Virtual Environment, to Track Hand and Finger Position and Deliver Forces to Fingers
To develop sensors/software interfaces to create a virtual simulation of hand movement & perception of physical stimuli on a user's fingers
Focused Ultrasound-mediated Targeted Drug Delivery Working Group - TEST
Design of responsive materials
The group is made of the participants at BMES 2009 workshop "How to build an active Industry-Academia-Clinician collaboration".
Our goal is to design a small, disposable videoscope speculum to reduce discomfort during gynecological exams.
Designing a device to stretch cyclically and biaxially collagen gels seeded with fibroblast cells.
Developing a predictive model of apnea in premature infants for clinical use, thereby providing a better standard of care in the NICU.
By evaluating the functionality of PNF1 in HMVEC cells, we hope to develop a systems modeling approach that expedites drug discovery.
We are designing a drug delivery method which will be coupled with PRP (platelet rich plasma) to target a wound site and cause osteogenesis.
To design and synthesize an imaging agent that can detect atherosclerosis at an early stage by targeting LOX-1 in arterial blood vessels
We hope to design and implement a multifunctional needle for use in endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) procedures.
We plan to develop a pocket knife for medical emergencies and emergency surgeries.
Designing a biopolymer carrier, non-invasive intravenous introduction and physical test model to stabilize aortic aneurysms
Computationally modeling several biochemical pathways implicated in heart failure to identify and test potential drug targets.
This project attempts to determine the effect of stretch on cells cultured on micropatterns.
Modeling a cardiac myocyte hypertrophy signaling pathway in order to learn more about the pathology of heart failure.
This workspace is dedicated to providig the tools for early product development before selling an idea to industry.