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Biomedical Engineering Faculty

Learn from biomedical engineering pioneers enhancing lives globally.

Colin Drumond

Colin K. Drummond

Assistant Chair, Biomedical Engineering
Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Medical device design, microfabrication packaging, sensor systems and cross-platform software systems integration; application of science and technology to the creation of products and services; medical device start-ups

Courses: EBME 471


Stephen D. Fening

Stephen D. Fening

Director, Case-Coulter Translational Research Partnership
Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Medical devices, translational research, clinical research, biomechanics, orthopaedics, sports medicine, spine

Courses: EBME 440


Miklos Gratzl

Miklos Gratzl

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Biomedical sensing and diagnostics in vitro and in vivo, electrochemical and optical techniques, BioMEMS for cellular transport, cancer multi-drug resistance at the single cell level, sliver sensor for multi-analyte patient monitoring

Courses: EBME 401D


Horst von Recum

Horst von Recum

Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Affinity-based delivery of small molecule drugs and biomolecules for applications in device infection, HIV, orthopedics, cardiovascular, ophthalmology and cancer; directed differentiation of stem cells for tissue engineering applications, such as endothelial cells, cardiomyocytes, motor neurons and T-cells

Courses: EBME 406, EMBE 451


Gerald Saidel

Gerald Saidel

Director, Center for Modeling Integrated Metabolic Systems
Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Mass and heat transport and metabolism in cells, tissues, and organ systems; mathematical modeling and simulation of dynamic and spatially distributed systems; optimal nonlinear parameter estimation and design of experiments

Courses: EBME 432


Nicole Seiberlich

Nicole Seiberlich

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Advanced signal processing and data acquisition techniques for real-time MRI

Courses: EBME 401D


Dustin Tyler

Dustin Tyler

Kent H. Smith II Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Improving human neurologic health and function through the integration of engineered devices into living systems

Courses: EBME 432


David Wilson

David Wilson

Robert J. Herbold Professor
Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Focus Areas: Biomedical image processing, digital processing and quantitative image quality of X-ray fluoroscopy images, interventional MRI

Courses: EBME 410


Xin Yu

Xin Yu

Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Faculty Page Update 2019

Focus Areas: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) methods for integrative understanding of cardiovascular physiology and diseases; basic science and translational clinical research that combines the state-of-the-art NMR technology with molecular biology approaches to explore the mechanisms of myocardial remodeling in diseased hearts

Courses: EBME 432


Additional Faculty

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