Duke BME in the News

Check out the latest media coverage of Duke biomedical engineering research and education.

The Atlantic |

Tattoos Do Odd Things to the Immune System

Tatiana Segura suggests that learning to coexist with tattoo ink could help immune cells calibrate their reactions to other substances, perhaps even heading off autoimmune attacks.

Journal of Neurophysiology Podcast |

The Cortical Evoked Potential Corresponds with Deep Brain Stimulation Efficacy in Rats

Warren Grill

Technology Networks Cancer News |

Brain Tumor Breakthrough Opens Avenue for New Drug Treatments

David Needham

CBS News |

Harvard Scientists Say They Can Grow Ovaries in a Lab

Pranam Chatterjee

Lab Manager |

Artificial Intelligence Trends to Leverage in 2023

BME Professor Amanda Randles speaks to the challenges associated with using huge amounts of data to train AI/ML models. 

Genetic Engineering Biotechnology News |

Designer Biomolecular Condensates Enable Selective Partitioning for Cellular Control

BME Professors Ashutosh Chilkoti and Lingchong You demonstrate a modular platform for producing programmable and synthetic biomolecular condensates (non-membrane bound organelles) with tunable material properties for selective cell partitioning.

The Company of Biologists |

Transitions in Development – An Interview With Samira Musah

An interview with Samira Musah reveals how she got into her current field of research and why she chose to call Duke Engineering home. 

WRAL Tech Wire |

Duke’s Big Ideas Lab Is Seeking More Diversity in Digital Health Studies

BME Professor Jessilyn Dunn's Big Ideas Lab is partnering with Evidation to increase diversity and representation in digital health studies.