Editor Tami Freeman of Physics World chose the EXPLORER total-body PET system as one of her top-five "Breakthroughs of the Year," and the publication's entire editorial team named EXPLORER among its top-10 2018 breakthroughs:
Steve Rendig’s retirement from the Center for Molecular and Genomic Imaging (CMGI) caps a 46-year career of advancing cardiovascular research and contributing to the successful development of the new imaging center as its first technical/imaging manager.
The UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center's Synthesis magazine highlighted work by UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Professor Laura Marcu regarding glioblastoma -- the most common, and aggressive, form of brain tumor:
UC Davis Biomedical Engineering’s Dr. Jamal Lewis isn’t just researching dangerous shellfish allergies: He lives with them every day. So it’s especially meaningful that his lab has been awarded a two-year, $150,000 grant to research solutions that would help himself and the approximately 1.4 percent of Americans — about 4 million people — who share his health condition.
UC Davis scientist Julie Sutcliffe and surgical oncologist Richard Bold have been awarded a $1 million “New Therapies Challenge” grant from the Pancreatic Cancer Collective in an effort to improve survival for people with the disease.
UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. student and UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group member Tanishq Abraham has been honored with a 2018 Sciacca Vincitore Assoluto [Absolute Winner] Award from the Vatican.
Begun as a sister site of the popular UC Davis electrical/mechanical TEAM lab, the molecular/biological TEAM lab is in a small, unassuming room packed with research-lab equipment to help student researchers, entrepreneurial teams and classes alike work on necessary projects.
Eight UC Davis Biomedical Engineering graduate students and early-stage-career postdocs participated in a unique biophotonics summer program in Jena, Germany, September 9 – 14 as part of the Jena-Davis (JEDIS) Alliance of Excellence in Biophotonics.