A sophomore in bioengineering, Cooper Lueck is working in the Synthetic Virology Laboratory of Junghae Suh, part of a team hoping to mend damaged hearts with genes delivered by viruses.
In a paper appearing online this week and on the cover of July's issue of Nature Biotechnology, Rice's Caleb Bashor and colleagues from Boston University and MIT unveil eVOLVER, a system that combines the control of automated cell-culturing systems that can run continuously for months with the scale of high-throughput systems that grow dozens of cultures at once.
Renata F. Ramos, an associate teaching professor in bioengineering, has been named associate dean of academic affairs for the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University, as of July 1.
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) has honored five faculty, staff members and students for their service to the George R. Brown School of Engineering and Rice University.Â Â
Rice University bioengineer Junghae Suh and colleagues at three partner institutions will lead a study that aims to fix damaged hearts with therapeutic genes delivered by viruses.
The bioengineering alumna will join 48 others in a cohort studying at Stanford University.
Rice University bioengineer honored for biomaterials research