College of Engineering Biomedical Engineering


Spring 2021 Seminar Schedule

Tune in Wednesdays at noon for the VCU Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series.

DateSpeaker InstitutionTitle 
Jan. 27 Janette K. Burgess University Medical Center Groningen

Understanding the Role of the Three Dimensional Extracellular Matrix in Driving Chronic Lung Disease Progression 

Feb. 17Angela Harrivel, Ph.D.NASA Langley Research Center

Applications of BME and Human Performance Monitoring at NASA

Mar. 3Kent Leach, Ph.D.University of California

Tools for Empowering Cells as Engineered Tissue Building Blocks

Mar. 31Peter Kellman, Ph.D.NIH

Inline Quantitative Myocardial Perfusion Flow Mapping

Apr. 7Fabrisia AmbrosioUniversity of Pittsburgh

Regenerative Rehabilitation: Applied Biophysics Meets Stem Cell Therapeutics

Apr. 21 David Lipps, Ph.D. University of Michigan

The Implications of Managing Breast Cancer with Surgery and Radiation Therapy on Shoulder Biomechanics 

Fall 2020 Seminar Schedule

Tune in Wednesdays at noon for the VCU Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series. Click on the date for more information and to register (the Zoom link is provided upon registration).

Date InstitutionTitle 
Sept. 2X. Edward GuoColumbia UniversityBone Bioengineering Research: Microstructure, Mechanics, Mechanobiology and Beyond
Sept. 9Lola Eniola-AdefesoUniversity of MichiganUnderstanding Cellular-Particle Interactions in Blood: Implications for Disease Pathology and Treatment
Sept. 23Andrew StephensUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSeparating the Role of Chromatin from Lamins in Nuclear Mechanics and Morphology
Sept. 30John FisherUniversity of Maryland3D Printing for Engineering Complex Tissues
Oct. 7Adam EnglerUniversity of California, San DiegoUnderstanding and Exploiting Cancer Mechanobiology
Oct. 14BMES Annual Meeting  
Oct. 21Scott WilsonJohns Hopkins UniversityGlycopolymer-based strategies for engineering immunity and tolerance
Oct. 28Douglas Millay University of Cincinnati Children's HospitalImpact of Cell Fusion and Multinucleation in Skeletal Muscle 
Nov. 4[Canceled]  
Nov. 11Manuel RauschUniversity of Texas, Austin

Subject-Specific Modeling of the Tricuspid Valve — The Struggle of Building a Good Model  

Nov. 18Carrie PerlmanStevens Institute of TechnologySurface tension and Ventilation Induced Lung Injury 

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