Coulter Seminar Series
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Fridays from Noon to 1 PM Beginning August 20
Seminars will be presented from 321 MacNider (UNC) or 4142 Engineering Building III (NC State) as noted on the schedule and videoconferenced to the alternate location, unless otherwise noted.
2021 BME Fall Seminars
|Presented From||Date||Seminar Details|
|NC State||8/20/2021||Richard B Fair, PhD, Lord-Chandran Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Duke University
“Droplet Microfluidics as a Platform for Biomedical Research, Rapid Diagnostics and Profits”
|UNC||8/27/2021||Douglas J Weber, PhD, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Neuroscience Institute and Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
“Neural prostheses for restoring sensory and motor functions”
|NC State||9/3/2021||Katherine J Mack, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, North Carolina State University
"The Communication Space: Sharing Cosmology with the World (and Beyond)"
|UNC||9/10/2021||BME Chair Candidate Seminar
(This will be an internal department seminar not shared outside UNC/NC State)
|UNC||9/17/2021||Elisa E Konofagou, PhD, Robert and Margaret Hariri Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Professor of Radiology (Physics), Columbia University
"Imaging of Elastic Properties of Cardiovascular and Cancerous Tissues as well as Brain Therapies Using Ultrasound"
|NC State||9/24/2021||Robert Kirsch, PhD, Allen H. and Constance T. Ford Professor and Chair, Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
“Reconnecting the Hand and Arm to the Brain (ReHAB): BCI control of upper limb FES”
|NC State||10/1/2021||Mike McShane, PhD, James J. Cain Professor II in Biomedical Engineering, Head of Department of Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University
“From Wearables to Insertables: Enabling Next-Generation Metabolite Monitoring with Responsive Biomaterials”
|UNC||10/8/2021||Samuel Achilefu, PhD, FRSC, Michel M. Ter-Pogossian Professor of Radiology, Washington University in St. Louis
“Convergence of light, devices, and molecules to detect and treat cancer”
|No Seminar||10/22/2021||No Seminar, UNC Fall Break|
|UNC||10/29/2021||Brendon M Baker, PhD, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, University of Michigan
|NC State||11/12/2021||Gupi Ranganathan, MFA, Artist
“Liminal Meanderings: Between Art, Science and Engineering”
|UNC||11/19/2021||Undergraduate Research in Biomedical Engineering, Presentations by: TBD|