Engineering in Medicine is a research and education program focused on removing the boundaries between engineering and clinical disciplines by creating multi-disciplinary collaborative teams to develop and implement innovative engineering solutions for current unmet clinical needs, for preparation of competitive grant applications, and for cross-disciplinary training of the next generation of medical engineers.
- Wayne State MTRAC-funded project uses computer-assisted technology to mitigate surgical bleeding
- Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate creates no-touch thermometers to address shortage
- Wayne State engineers using 3D printers to produce face shields for PPE-strapped health care workers
- Wayne State receives $1.98 million NIH award to develop diagnostic tests for sarcoidosis