On August 22, 2019, the Office of Research and Innovation hosted the 2nd annual Weeks of Welcome Poster Competition. For more photos from this event, please view the blog post.
Tahmineh Pirshahid, Evaluation of the COX-2 pathway as a therapeutic target for recurrent urinary tract infections.
The Office of Research and Innovation hosted the annual Spring 2019 Poster Competition on April 18, 2019. For more photos from this event, please view the blog post.
Sadeq Malakooti, mechanical engineering: Superior Sound Transmission Loss in Low-Density, Mechanically Strong and Ductile Nanoporous Polyurea Aerogels
Vignesh Raghuraman, mechanical engineering: Hierarchical Model Predictive Control for Constrained System Operation
Baokun He, computer science: Computing Robust Principal Components by A* Search
Jamasp Azarnoosh, mechanical engineering: A Comprehensive Understanding of Breastfeeding Biomechanics
The Office of Research and Innovation hosted the 1st Annual Weeks of Welcome (WoW) Poster Competition on Friday, August 24, 2018. For more photos from this event, please view the blog post.
Kevin Lam, biomedical engineering: Functional cargo delivery into mouse and human fibroblasts using a versatile microfluidic device
Hassan Jahanandish, bioengineering: Ultrasound imaging for human lower-extremity motion prediction and its potential for assistive device control
Michael Darrow, biomedical engineering: Vagus Nerve Stimulation Paired with Rehabilitation Increases Plasticity and Recovery Following Spinal Cord Injury
Haley Dahl, molecular and cellular biology: p62 is a potential therapeutic target for castration resistant prostate cancer cells
Maziyar Keshvarian, bioengineering: A multi-scale computational model of hypertension induced remodeling
Kyle Murray, chemistry: Dynamics of L-Kynureninase Orthologs during Catalysis