Four research fellowships for doctoral study in biomedical sciences and engineering are available to US citizens or permanent residents.
The fellowship provides:
• Full tuition
• $30,000 stipend
• $2,000 for research or travel expenses
Fellows will pursue...
Associate Dean of Armour College of Engineering and Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Philip R. Troyk, and his team were one of ten groups awarded funding to compete in the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Bioelectronics Innovation Challenge.
The goal of the challenge is to advance research into...
The Laboratory of Neuroprosthetic Research (LNPR), a part of Armour College of Engineering’s Department of Biomedical Engineering recently had their Implantable Myoelectric Sensor (IMES) System mentioned in Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” under the health category. The...