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      • Vincent Wang, the Kevin P. Granata faculty fellow and associate professor in biomedical engineering and mechanics. Peter Means, Virginia Tech.
      • Dec 12, 2019 Machines diagnose human injuries

        There are some injuries in the musculoskeletal system, such as small tendon tears, that the human eye cannot see. Vincent Wang, the Kevin P. Granata faculty fellow and associate professor in biomedical engineering and mechanics, is using data to train robots to detect these injuries with the goal of giving more accurate medical diagnoses.

      • A longtime patient at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Scrappy McDaniel - a miniature schnauzer - pictured in front of a Christmas tree.
      • Nov 22, 2019 Scrappy McDaniel is a fighter

        Experts in the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, the veterinary college's oncology clinicians partner with biomedical engineering and mechanics to advance health care in both animals and humans.

      • Jonathan Boreyko and Brook Kennedy discuss the fog harp prototype's construction.
      • Nov 18, 2019 Growth in partnerships and startups fueled by Link, License, Launch

        Jonathan Boreyko (left) and Brook Kennedy are key players in the creation of the fog harp, a device that can increase the efficiency of water collection in arid regions. Licensing this device reflects the role that the Link, License, Launch team can play in ensuring technologies with the potential for global impact can make it to market.

      • Camden A. Chatham (left) is a fifth-year Ph.D. student in macromolecular science and engineering. David A. Dillard (right) is the Adhesive and Sealant Science Professor in Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics.
      • Nov 01, 2019 MII selects 2019 Wilkes Interdisciplinary Scholars

        The Macromolecules Innovation Institute (MII) has named Camden A. Chatham, a fifth-year Ph.D. student in macromolecular science and engineering (MACR), and David A. Dillard, the Adhesive and Sealant Science Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, as this year’s recipients of the Garth L. Wilkes Interdisciplinary Scholar Awards.

      • John Rossmeisl, the Dr. and Mrs. Dorsey Taylor Mahin Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, with Laura Kamienski and her dog, Emily.
      • Oct 24, 2019 Veterinary college’s clinical trials advance cancer care in pets and people

        John Rossmeisl, the Dr. and Mrs. Dorsey Taylor Mahin Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, describes significant progress in wide-ranging efforts to combat glioblastoma, the most common malignant brain tumor, determinedly resistant to even the most aggressive treatments.

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