Human health and bioengineering
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Alec McKendell, E22, pursues groundbreaking diagnostics and treatments for neurodegenerative diseases.
Meet five Tufts students whose scholarship and research help reimagine what’s possible.
Tufts engineers image hotspots in brains to deal with cognitive overload and in computer chips to make computers more efficient.
Tufts engineers and colleagues further the study of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase activity.
Frogs briefly treated with a five-drug cocktail administered by a wearable bioreactor were able to regrow a limb.
Dean of Research and Doble Professor of Engineering Fiorenzo Omenetto and PhD student Luciana D'Amone discuss their research at Tufts Silk Lab in an episode of NOVA PBS (10:30 timestamp).
A team of iBIT Lab researchers and colleagues study the utility of novel photoacoustic nanodroplets to enhance light-based cancer therapies.
Professor Igor Sokolov and collaborators receive National Institutes of Health funding to further develop the use of atomic force microscopy and machine learning to identify cancer.
Tufts researchers find that amiodarone, an ion channel blocker approved for other diseases, significantly inhibits tumor cell invasion.