Tomorrow's Health, Today's Research

Biomedical Engineering


Rustom Bhiladvala, nanoscale materials, mechanics & transport, fluid and biomedical sensor development, energy and sustainable development
Kerry Delaney
, neurophysiology, Rett syndrome
Katherine Elvira, Microfluidic technologies, health care and drug discovery
Josh Giles, Orthopaedic Biomechanics: In-Vitro Experimentation & In-Silico Modeling,  Orthopaedic Device Design,  Integration of Biomechanical Models & Mechatronic Systems,  Patient-Specific Biomechanically-Informed Surgical Planning
Reuven Gordon, nanophotonics, plasmonics, biophotonics, biosensors, optical trapping, lab-on-chip devices, nanotechnology and nanofabrication.
Fraser Hof,
 at the intersection of supramolecular and medicinal chemistry
Sandra Hundza, neural control of human movement; motor rehabilitation after injury (e.g. neurotrauma) and with disease and aging
Martin Jun, micro to millimeter-scale machine tools and manufacturing systems, and medical applications of solid freeform fabrication techniques
Jeremy Wulff, medicinal chemistry and control of protein-protein interactions
Stephanie Willerth, tissue engineering,regenerative medicine,biomaterials scaffolds for controlling stem cell differentiation
E. Paul Zehr, neural control of human movement, reflexes that coordinate limbs, stroke and spinal chord injuries recovery

Infection and Immunity Cell Signalling Genetics Cardiovascular Neuroscience Developmental Biology Biomedical Engineering