Fibrosis is the deadly thread that winds its way through scores of fatal diseases, from pulmonary fibrosis and heart failure to...
Engineering rigor and invention are our core principles, but we start with a focus on biology.
Whether we are modeling or engineering cells and tissues, analyzing large datasets, developing new imaging technologies, or synthesizing novel biomaterials, the problem statement always starts with the biology underlying the system, therapy, or disease process.
Our co-location within the highly-ranked UVA School of Medicine and Health System uniquely positions us to influence the future of healthcare. Our culture values and rewards collaboration, initiative, and the translation of basic advances to achieve clinical and real world impact. In all that we do, we value and strive for diversity and inclusion.
UVA leadership in focused ultrasound is not a coincidence, and the BME department has been instrumental to the University’s success.
UVA is in many ways the ideal home for this initiative. Only eight universities have top-40 engineering and medical schools located...
Understanding and preventing the spread of drug-resistant bacteria to patients via clinical sinks.
Professor of Neurological Surgery, Professor of Radiation Oncology, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Professor of Neuroscience, UVa Gamma Knife Center Co-Director, Riverside-UVa Gamma Knife Co-Director
- Biotechnology and Biomolecular Engineering (Biomolecular Design, Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering)
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$ 12 M
annual research expenditures 2016-2017
$ 480 K
research funding per faculty member from external sources 2016-2017
of BME Ph.D. candidates are fully funded
$ 25 M
UVA Coulter Translational Research Partnership endowment