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Department of Biomedical Engineering

Graduate Accomplishments

June 2017

Graduate Student Selected for GSOAR Program

We would like to congratulate BME student, William Terrell on being selected for the 2017 Graduate Summer Opportunity to Advance Research (GSOAR) Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)! As a GSOAR student, William will spend the summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the world's leading scientists, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. To read more on the opportunity, visit the GSOAR webpage.

December 2016

PhD Student Receives High Award

Xue Liu, a BME PhD student, has received the Graduate School Award for Excellence in ResearchThe Award for Excellence in Research honors the important contributions graduate students make to research at the University and the wide variety of approaches they take to the advancement of knowledge.

June 2016

Doctoral Student is Published in Binghamton University Magazine

A recent article in Binghamton University Magazine highlights BME PhD student, Kyle Reeser's work on building a 3-D bioprinter he calls the TissueBot

April 2016

Ask a Scientist Press & Sun-Bulletin Articles

PhD student Kyle Reeser was recently published in "Ask a Scientist" in the Press & Sun-Bulletin newspaper, with a student who asked the question "Why do mosquito bites itch".

January 2016

Ask a Scientist Press & Sun-Bulletin Articles

Professor Dr. George Catalano and PhD student Kyle Reeser were recently published in "Ask a Scientist" in the Press & Sun-Bulletin newspaper. Young students asked questions such as "Are dogs descended from wolves" and "What is it that puts the 'pop' in popcorn". 

April 2015

Graduate Student Awarded for Recruiting Inititatives

BME Graduate student, Carolyn Ma has been awarded with the Watson School Dean's Office: Outreach Assistant for Graduate Recruiting and Diversity Initiatives for her dedication to help grow our graduate population.

MS Student Wins Award in Graduate Student Poster Competition

Omkar Patil, a MS student in BME, recently won the award in the Graduate Student Poster Competition for his work "Non-contact measurement of stress levels during real-world tasks using a camera".

March 2015

Doctoral Student is Published in Local Newspaper

Kyle Reeser, a BME doctoral student, was published in the Press & Sun Bulletin in the "Ask a Scientist" section. The question: Why are the colors in the rainbow red to violet? To read more on the article, visit PressConnects.

Graduate Student is Selected for Faculty- Student Scholarship

BME graduate student Carolyn Ma has been selected as the Faculty-Student Scholar for the "Watson School Dean's Office: Outreach Assistant for Graduate Recruiting and Diversity Initiatives" for the 2015-16 academic year. To learn more about this award, visit the Financial Aid webpage.

September 2014

PhD Student Receives CONACyT Scholarship

Fabiola Moreno Olivas, a Bioengineering PhD student, has received the the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACyT) scholarship from the Mexican National Science and Technology Council. CONACYT is Mexico's entity in charge of the promotion of scientific and technological activities, setting government policies for these matters and granting scholarships for postgraduate studies. Click on the link above to learn more about CONACyT and their scholarships.

May 2014

Student is Awarded with the Katie C. Root Award

Maria Ruiz Blondet has won the Katie C. Root Award for Graduate Students by the Binghamton University, for her academic excellence in studies and research.

March 2014

PhD Student Receives Kligman Award to Attend ISBS Meeting in Connecticut

PhD Bioengineering student, Xue Liu has obtained the Kligman Award from the International Society for Biophysics and Imaging of the Skin. He will be attending the ISBS Conference in Mystic, Connecticut in August. Liu will be presenting a poster demonstrating the relationship between skin and biomedical engineering.

Last Updated: 11/14/17