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Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering

Seminar: Soft Materials-based Sensors and Actuators: from cancer diagnosis to tactile communication

Arthur St. John Hill Auditorium ESRB/Barrows Hall Orono, ME, United States

Title: Soft Materials-based Sensors and Actuators: from cancer diagnosis to tactile communication Abstract: Translational biomedical engineering plays an important role in assimilating the advancement of nanomaterials and microdevice engineering towards developing innovative tools for medicine, as well as contributing to the investigations across the multi-scale biological hierarchy with minimal invasions. Our laboratory is currently developing a few […]

Seminar – Reducing the Pain of Cardiac Electrical Therapies

Arthur St. John Hill Auditorium ESRB/Barrows Hall Orono, ME, United States

Abstract Since the discovery that electrical currents were important for cardiac function there has been intense interest in the development of cardiac electrical therapies. The most common cardiac electrical therapies today are pacing and defibrillation, which act to restore mechanical function and blood flow by correcting pathological electrical dysrhythmias. Each year over 100,000 implantable cardioverter […]

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