• Improving Lives: Toddlers With Type 1 Diabetes Can Now Benefit From UVA Invention

    A life-changing technology is now available to toddlers. Systems engineering faculty member Marc Breton co-invented the artificial pancreas system that manages insulin levels in diabetic patients.

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  • Mete Civelek Receives Established Investigator Award from the American Heart Association

    Mete Civelek uses big data analytics to understand the molecular pathways of disease and develops personalized medicine approaches to cardiovascular and metabolic disorders.


     

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  • UVA Bioengineer Finds in Cellular Glue New Answers About Heart Attacks, Strokes

    Researchers have found answers about cardiovascular diseases in the cellular “glue” our bodies make to protect us from heart attacks and stroke.

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  • Blood Cancer Discovery Identifies High-Risk Patients, Could Improve Outcomes

  • UVA Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Collaboration Offers Hope for Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients

    A UVA Engineering team has developed a new analytical tool that could lead to a cure for a terrible disease.

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  • Using Machine Learning for Better Human Understanding of Disease Risk Factors and Treatments

    Machine learning changed health care by making sense of biological data, but for UVA Engineering’s Aidong Zhang, that’s only part of understanding disease risk and treatments.

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  • CAREER Award: Fixing AI’s Blind Spot in Image Analysis

    Miaomiao Zhang is improving AI image processing and analysis for real-world applications such as medical diagnoses and environmental monitoring.

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  • Unveiling the Dynamics of Maternal Immune Responses

    Dolatshahi's research aims at personalized vaccines during pregnancy and enhancing early childhood immunity via understanding maternal antibody transfer.

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