From presenting research to policy makers via the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) Science Translators Showcase held at the California State Capitol, to being named a UC Davis 2020 Bradshaw Scholar, Amy Becker has been quite busy this year. We caught up with the Ph.D. candidate and Boone Lab researcher for a first-hand view of her experiences and her vision for the future.
UC Davis hosted the second JEDIS Summer School on Biophotonics in Translational Research this August as part of the three year Jena-Davis Alliance of Excellence in Biophotonics program. The JEDIS summer school is a weeklong event that brings together expertise in the field of advanced spectroscopic and imaging technologies for clinical diagnostics.
BMEGG member, Ph.D. student and Marcu Lab representative Brent Weyers placed third in the international HORAO crowdfunding campaign in Bern, Switzerland, raising global visibility for the lab’s groundbreaking biophotonics health-care research and gaining an important new research partner.
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.
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.
The UC Davis Biomedical Engineering Student Association (BESA) held a Biomedical Engineering Design Challenge for community college students interested in biomedical engineering, UC Davis, and design on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
Jeni Lee, a PhD candidate in biomedical engineering with a passion for outreach, always knew she wanted to combine her education and training with industry and technology commercialization, particularly in regard to regenerative medicine as the next wave of clinical therapies.