Bioengineering graduate group alumni find fulfilling careers in a wide range of fields and specialties.
News about our alumni
Congratulations to PhD alumna Amy Li, Founder & CEO of Concha Labs, named to the 2023 cohort of health innovators in the UCSF Rosenman Institute RISE program! RISE identifies promising entrepreneurs from underrepresented backgrounds in health technology and provides top-notch mentorship from the vast UCSF network of advisors and strategic partners. Concha Labs battles hearing loss through a software that creates fully personalized hearing profiles.Read More
Both the keynote and student speakers at the 2022 UC Berkeley doctoral commencement ceremony are bioengineers! Recent alumna Sally Winkler, now a research scientist at AbbVie, will give the student address, and Ann Lee-Karlon, BS alumna and COO of Altos Labs, will deliver the keynote. The ceremony on May 18 will be webcast live.Read More
Congratulations to graduate group faculty member Marina Sirota, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at UCSF, and alumni Lana Garmire, Associate Professor at the University of Michigan, and Wilbur Lam, Professor at Georgia Tech. All were elected as 2022 members of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.Read More
Nearly 20 years after the sequencing of the human genome, a large team of researchers has finally filled in the remaining few percent of unsequenced DNA, providing the first complete, gapless human genome. First author of many of the suite of papers is Nicolas Altemose, 2021 bioengineering PhD and current postdoc with co-author Professor Aaron Streets.Read More
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On April 26, 2014 alumni, faculty, and students celebrated the 30th anniversary of the UC Berkeley – UC San Francisco Graduate Program in Bioengineering. Check out event photos and speaker videos online.