Imaging the Living Brain Unlike Ever Before

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering Yi Xue is the lead author of a paper that describes a new microscope system that enables rapid, clear and detailed tracking of living brain tissue.

Angelique Louie Receives Outstanding Faculty Award

Professor Angelique Louie receives the 2024 Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award to celebrate her contributions to the Department of Biomedical Engineering's undergraduate program and her leadership in education across the UC Davis campus.

Building Better Sense of Belonging for Women Engineers

A new initiative from the Department of Biomedical Engineering’s Health, Equity and Wellness Committee provides a safe place for students, staff and faculty to openly discuss the unique issues women and historically excluded minorities face in biomedical engineering.

International Women’s Day Spotlight on UC Davis Women in Biomedical Engineering

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, the University of California, Davis, College of Engineering recognizes women in engineering, their journey to and in the field, and how they promote a diverse, equitable and inclusive world.

Meet some remarkable women in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, and learn how they inspire inclusion in engineering.

Professor Demystifies Memory to Advance Dementia Care

Jie Zheng, a new assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, studies the cognitive mechanisms the human brain uses to structure and store memories. Through a deeper understanding of these processes, Zheng hopes to improve medical interventions for cognitive disorders like dementia.