BME Spring Seminar: Systems Approaches for Understanding Antimicrobial Efficacy

Presented by

Jason Yang, Ph.D.; Postdoctoral Associate, MIT


All living organisms possess the incredible ability to integrate several diverse, dynamic and often contradictory biochemical signals in eliciting complex responses. Cellular responses to environmental cues underlie human health and disease processes …

BME Seminar Series: Paolo Provenzano

Mechanically Complex Tumor Microenvironments Drive Disease Progression and Resistance to Therapy

Abstract (PDF)

Epithelial cancers, or carcinomas, behave like a complex “organ” system and are comprised of multiple cell populations and structural and signaling components such as the …

BME Seminar Series: Eric J. Perreault

Considering Neural Control & Body Mechanics for the Understanding & Restoration of Human Movement

Speaker: Eric J. Perreault

Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


Abstract (PDF):

The …

BME Seminar Series: Manu Platt

“What’s Eating You?”: Quantifying Proteolytic Activity in Health and Disease to Predict Disease Potential

SpeakerManu Platt

Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech

Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering Diversity Director

STC on Emergent Behaviors of …

CANCELLED: BME Fall Seminar Series: Laura Waller

Computational 3D Microscopy

Abstract (PDF)

Computational imaging involves the joint design of imaging system hardware and software, optimizing across the entire pipeline from acquisition to reconstruction. Computers can replace bulky and expensive optics by solving computational inverse problems.

This talk …

Focus on new faculty: Younghyun Kim keeps medical implants safe and secure

Implantable medical devices such as pacemakers are becoming smarter and smarter—and that gives physicians and patients unprecedented capabilities to track and monitor their health.

But the computational capabilities of implanted devices also leaves them vulnerable to malicious attacks—and in such …