Open PositionsRegenerative Medicine Cluster Hire at BME
We are recruiting three exceptional faculty to coalesce and expand existing expertise in regenerative medicine, including, but not limited to, cardiac and musculoskeletal biology. Read More
Faculty Position Opening in Biomedical Imaging
BME is seeking candidates to fill a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Biomedical Imaging. Read More
The UNC/NCSU BME Research & Design Symposium was recently held at the NC Biotechnology Center, highlighting the 2012 Senior Design group projects. Read more at NC Health News.
News & Events
|BME Spin-Out Company Novocor Presents at UNC’s 2013 Emerging Company Showcase|
On May 9, 2013 at the Friday Center NC TraCS Institute’s Carolina KickStart, Innovate@Carolina, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, Office of Technology Development, and RENCI presented the 2013 Emerging Company Showcase. The Emerging Company Showcase highlights early-stage companies spinning out of UNC. Showcased companies present short pitches about their big idea. Novocor, one of the seven companies presenting in the Scientific track, is a spinout company from the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering’s undergraduate and Medtech design courses. The faculty leader for these courses, and Novocor principal, is BME assistant professor Dr. Andrew DiMeo.
|BME Core Faculty Member, Dr. Zhen Gu, Awarded NC State FRPD Grant|
BME core faculty member, Dr. Zhen Gu, has been awarded a NC State Faculty Research and Professional Development (FRPD) grant. This project was titled “Development of Intelligent Insulin Delivery Devices Integrated with Glucose-Responsive Nanocomposites.” The goal of this award is to support Dr. Gu’s professional development and to leverage additional support from external funding agencies. The project will start on July 1, 2013 and will run for twelve months. The Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering congratulates Zhen for achieving this early professional accomplishment!
|University of North Carolina / North Carolina State University Biomedical Engineer Anne Marion Taylor selected as a 2013 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in Neuroscience|
On February 14, 2013 Dr. Anne Marion Taylor, an assistant professor in the UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, received a prestigious Valentine from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Specifically, Dr. Taylor was informed she was one of the recipients of the Sloan Foundation’s two-year research fellowships aimed at encouraging promising young scholars.