Aaron Kyle Featured

June 30, 2022

Aaron Kyle: Exploring New Methods to Diversify and Strengthen Engineering Education

New faculty member Aaron Kyle hopes to expand and enhance the biomedical engineering design programs for students inside and outside Duke

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February 15, 2022 | Duke University School of Medicine

Advancing Neuroscience: Probing New Questions, Tools, and Promise in Brain Science

Duke neuroscientists discuss the challenges and technological achievements that help us better understand our complex brain

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February 07, 2022 | Duke Faculty Development

Duke Engineering's Faculty and Staff Receive Grants for Projects to Foster Equitable Communities

One project will create a book club between engineering faculty and undergraduate students and another will start a series of faculty-staff workshops in Duke MEMS.

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February 03, 2022

Tweaked Genes Borrowed From Bacteria Excite Heart Cells in Live Mice

First approach to promote electrical excitation of heart cells in live mammals could lead to new gene therapy treatments for a wide range of heart diseases

 Designing a Better World

February 03, 2022

A Fun, Free Crash Course on How Modern Materials Shape Our World

Interdisciplinary Duke researchers present virtual seminars on how biomaterials, AI, sustainable and energy materials, and metamaterials address societal problems

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February 01, 2022 | Duke Health

Expanding the Armamentarium of Surgical Options for Epilepsy, Movement Disorders

Cameron McIntyre and other Duke neural engineers are developing innovative technologies for awake deep brain stimulation and advancing interneuron transplantation research

Podocyte Models

January 25, 2022

Gene Expression Could Ring Early Kidney Disease Alarm

Stem cell model helps researchers identify potential biomarkers and therapeutic targets for early kidney disease

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January 24, 2022 | SPIE

Vo-Dinh Wins 2022 SPIE President’s Award

Award presented to an individual who has rendered a unique and meritorious service of outstanding benefit to the Society

Junjie Yao

January 24, 2022

Yao Receives NSF CAREER Award to Monitor the Brain Using Photoacoustic Imaging

Competitive five-year grant will help Junjie Yao develop new imaging technologies to explore how oxygen consumption influences brain function

Gregg Trahey

January 20, 2022

Gregg Trahey Named a Fellow of IEEE

Trahey was cited for his contributions to improve imaging methods and technology used in medical ultrasound

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January 12, 2022 | Duke Research Blog

LowCostomy: the Low-Cost Colostomy Bag for Africa

An EGR 101 project looks to engineer a low-cost colostomy bag for use in under-resourced Sub-Saharan Africa