Check out this great interview with PhD alum and Bolt Threads founder David Breslauer at SXSW!
Jenelle Feather, a first year PhD student in BioE, was selected for the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF), an award for students pursuing doctoral degrees in fields that use high-performance computing to solve complex science and engineering problems.
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, PhD, visited UCSF as part of the National Cancer Moonshot initiative. They toured the UCSF Center for Advanced Technology, where they met with graduate program faculty Zev Gartner, associate professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, and Wendell Lim, professor of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology.
New rankings from US News & World Report placed our bioengineering graduate program tied for 6th best in the nation, up from 7th for the past two years.
Tejal Desai was featured in a special KQED-TV segment on Bay Area women in STEM, explaining bioengineering, nanotechnology, and careers in science. Tejal is Chair of the UCSF Department of Bioengineering & Therapeutic Sciences and an alumna of our own bioengineering graduate program.
BioE alum and UCSF professor Tejal Desai was featured on the evening news for her lab’s work to create a tiny implantable nanostructures that will monitor blood sugar and secrete and dispense insulin for diabetics.
Ke Xu, UC Berkeley Chevron Professor of Chemistry, has been named a Sloan Research Fellow. The fellowships honor early-career scientists and scholars whose achievements and potential identify them as rising stars and the next generation of scientific leaders.
A conversation with Professor Valerie Weaver, UCSF Professor of Surgery, about work in her highly collaborative cancer research lab. What is the main focus of your lab? We do a lot of work on cancer, mostly breast cancer, pancreatic cancer, and glioblastoma. There is another part of my lab that does stem cell work, primarily […]
Bioengineering alumnus Dino Di Carlo, (B.S. 2002, Ph.D. 2006), has been named the 2016 Outstanding Young Investigator by the Materials Research Society. He is currently a professor in the department of bioengineering at UCLA. His award winning research, Microstructured Materials for Cell Analysis and Regeneration, will be presented at the 2016 MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit on Thursday, March 31 at UCLA.
Sophie Dumont, UCSF Assistant Professor of Cell and Tissue Biology, has been awarded the an NSF CAREER Award, and has also received an NIH New Innovator Award!