• Rohan Kapre selected for a MRM Highlight and has graduated with double MS in Biomedical Engineering and Biostatistics!
    MRM Highlights Pick interviews Rohan Kapre and Angelique Louie to discuss their paper entitled “A novel gamma GLM approach to MRI relaxometry comparisons“. In their paper, they proposed a gamma generalized linear model with identity link (GGLM-ID) framework for analyzing MRI relaxometry data and compared it with other models, like ordinary least squares (OLS), showing ...
  • Congratulations to Mingchun Gao and Bowen Shen!
    May 25, 2020 Congratulations to Mingchun Gao and Bowen Shen whose paper was accepted to ACS Omega!
  • Congratulations to Bowen Shen and Mingchun Gao!
    May 13, 2020 Congratulations to Bowen Shen and Mingchun Gao whose paper was accepted to the Journal of Organic Chemistry!
  • Congratulations to Rohan Kapre!
    May 1, 2020 Congratulations to Rohan Kapre! He accepted a position as a biostatistician with Natera in the Bay Area!
  • Congratulations to Awaab Elkarim
    Sept 25, 2020 Congratulations to Awaab Elkarim, our summer MCBGAP student whose poster was accepted to the ABRCMS (Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students)
  • Congratulations to Selene Zhou
    Sept 19, 2019 Congratulations to Selene Zhou, who won third place poster award at the Cancer Conference this morning!  $300 prize!!!
  • Congratulations to Joel Garcia
    July 9, 2019 Congratulations to Joel Garcia whose paper was just accepted to J Physical Chemistry B!  
  • Dr. Louie and a collaborative team receive a $500,000 award
    June 6, 2019  Dr. Louie and a collaborative team from UC, CSU, and Los Rios campuses receive a $500,000 award from the California Learning Lab for the project “eGames for Active Training in Engineering Design”. Read More: https://opr.ca.gov/learninglab/grants/awards/e-games-for-active-training.html
  • Dr. Louie awarded a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation
    The W.M. Keck Foundation’s Medical Research Program recently awarded a $1 million grant to Dr. Louie, which will be used to fund a collaborative project with Yohei Yokobashi, associate professor in BME, and Jared Shaw, associate Professor in Chemistry. Their project, “In Vivo 3D Imaging Using Bioluminescent Gene Reporters and MRI,” aims to improve the ...
  • Dr Louie wins AWIS Ellen Weaver award for outstanding mentor
    Dr Louie wins AWIS Ellen Weaver award for outstanding mentor, 2011More info: http://news.ucdavis.edu/search/news_detail.lasso?id=10847
  • Peter Wang qualifies for Intel nationals
    Peter placed 3rd out of a total fo 3 grand prizes in the Sacramento Regional Science Fair and advanced to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles (May 2011). The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair,is the world’s largest pre-college science fair competition. Each year, more than 7 million high school students from ...
  • UC Davis Receives Funding for Unique “Bench-to-Beside” Biomedical Design Program
    The one-of-a-kind clinical translation program uses UCD’s strengths in Engineering, Management, Design, Medicine and Veterinary Medicine to walk students through the steps of the engineering design process from problem finding, to design and marketing of biomedical products. Starting this year, UC Davis engineering and design seniors can enroll in an interdisciplinary course series that trains them ...
  • Tom Tu accepts travel award to Contrast Media Research Meeting 2011
    Congratulations to Tom Tu for his acceptance for his travel award to the Contrast Media Research Meeting 2011 in Galveston, Tx.
  • BME Graduate Student Erica Andreozzi wins $15,000 prize in the TATRC Grand Challenge
    The TATRC Grand Challenge was held in conjunction with 11th Annual UC Systemwide Bioengineering Symposium held on the UC Davis Campus June 17-19, 2010.  The Grand Challenge selected a short list of ten semi-finalists based on submissions of 2-page extended abstracts.  From this 5 finalists were selected to continue in the competition by giving oral ...
  • Publication Acceptance
    “Activatable Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents” will be soon found in Annals Biomedical Engineering (2011) since it is now in press!!! Way to go guys! Congrats Tom and Elizabeth!