Q & A: A New Moble App Aims to Ease Cancer Pain in Nepal
After developing a pain management intervention with engineers via a seed grant from the Center for Engineering in Medicine, UVA nursing professor Virginia LeBaron brings the app to an emerging wireless health community.
Afsaneh Doryab Recognized for Research that Advances Human Robot Interaction
Engineering systems and environment assistant professor and Link Lab faculty member Afsaneh Doryab’s research was presented last month at the IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication. Her research is a departure from typical human-robot interaction studies, which...
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University of Virginia Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Newsletter 2019
Read the digitized version of the UVA Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering newsletter.
MAE Faculty Searches
We are excited to announce faculty searches for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Virginia with a focus on biomechanical engineering for health, cyber-...
Natural Solutions for a Manmade Problem
UVA chemical engineering professor Bryan Berger and his lab are researching environmentally friendly methods to remove toxic chemicals from water and soil
Bryan Berger and his research team are developing novel ways to remediate soil and water contamination from widely used chemicals linked to serious health issues.
Two Named to the Editorial Board of Cell Systems
Just a handful of universities have multiple members on the 69-person board of the journal Cell Systems, including Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, UCSF and UVA.
Biomedical Data Sciences and Systems Biology: UVA Invests in the Future
Data science is defining the field of biomedical engineering
At the University of Virginia, we are training the next generation of data-driven biomedical engineers.
Improving Soldiers’ Survivability and Performance with Ballistics Injury Modeling
Battle armor did not go away with gladiators and medieval knights. Modern U.S. soldiers often carry more than 100 pounds of body armor and other gear. Mechanical engineering Ph.D...
Inspiration and Leadership
A New Book Highlights the Ongoing Contributions of UVA Women in Nanotechnology
Book: Women in Nanotechnology: Contributions from the Atomic Level and Up Co-edited by Executive Dean Pamela M. Norris