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Injectable ‘Bone Spackling’: A Cell Therapy Approach to Heal Complex Fractures

Biomedical Engineering Professor Jan Stegemann and team minimize the need for invasive surgeries to repair severe bone damage or loss. Instead, they developed injectable stem cells to spur bone regeneration. July 31, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #HealthandWellness #Science #BiomedicalEngineering #healthcare #Medicine #Innovation #JanStegemann ​​​​​​​​​​​


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Overuse, or One Bad Move? New View on ACL Tears Prompt Questions on How Athletes Train

Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Professor James Ashton-Miller discovers that ACL tears may be due to continuous strain from repeated motion, rather than the one swift motion that was believed to cause the tear. July 29, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Athletics #Health/Wellness #SportsMedicine #BiomedicalEngineering #Medicine #JamesAshton-Miller


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Kirigami Can Spin Terahertz Rays in Real Time to Peer into Biological Tissue

College of Engineering Professors Nicholas Kotov and Ted Norris discover that Terahertz radiation, the band of electromagnetic waves used in airport scanners, can be spun by the Kirigami device to examine internal biological tissues. July 1, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #HealthandWellness #ElectricalEngineering #ComputerScience #BiomedicalEngineering #NicholasKotov #TedNorris ​​​​​​​​​​​


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An EpiPen for Spinal Cord Injuries

Michigan Engineering Researchers have designed nanoparticles that intercept immune cells on their way to the spinal cord and redirect them away from the injury. July 9, 2019. #5-15minutes #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Science #HealthandWellness #BiomedicalEngineering #LonnieShea ​​​​​​​​ #DiscoveryoftheWeek ​


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Researchpalooza!

Michigan Medicine Office of Research hosts "Researchpalooza!," exploring funding opportunities and the latest biomedical technologies in an informal, networking atmosphere. # #Medicine #Event #MichiganMedicine #Society #Science #Research #BiomedicalEngineering ​​​​​​​​

 08-15-2019 | 11:00 AM - 02:00 PM ET


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Crackling and Wheezing are More than Just a Sign of Sickness

Biomedical Engineering Professor James Grotberg explains how crackling and wheezing sounds can be signs of a sickness, but also, an indicator of impending lung diseases. April 15, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Health/Wellness #Science #Disease #BiomedicalEngineering #Medicine #JamesGrotberg


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Biopsy Alternative: “Wearable” Device Captures Cancer Cells from Blood

Chemical Engineering Associate Professor Sunitha Nagrath and Breast Cancer Research Professor Daniel F. Hayes discuss a new wearable device that can capture cancer cells from blood, eliminating the need for a biopsy. April 1, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #Health/Wellness #Technology #Cancer #BiomedicalEngineering #ChemicalEngineering #SunithaNagrath #DanielFHayes


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Long-Acting Contraceptive Designed to be Self-Administered Via Microneedle Patch

School of Pharmacy Professor Steven Schwendeman discusses a new long-acting contraceptive designed to be self-administered by women. March 21, 2019. #5-15mins #Pharmacy #web-article #CollegeofPharmacy #HealthandWellness #Science #ChemicalEngineering #BiomedicalEngineering #GenderIssues #contraceptives #StevenSchwendeman ​​​​​​​​​​​


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Recovering Reproduction: U-M Researchers Stimulate Follicle Growth in Mice Aimed at Creating Eggs

Biomedical Engineering associate professor Ariella Shikanov and team stimulate follicle growth in mice aimed at creating eggs, a step that may help girls left infertile due to cancer treatments. April 3, 2019. #5-15minutes #Engineering #BiomedicalEngineering #web-article #HealthandWellness #Science #Cancer #Fertility ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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U-M Urologist Contributes to Study on Improving Sexual Response in Women

Michigan Medicine researchers have put forth a study finding Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation, a treatment commonly administered for bladder dysfunction, appears to improve sexual response in women who suffer female sexual dysfunction. September 11, 2018. #5-15mins #Medicine #web-article #MichiganMedicine #HealthandWellness #Science #Urology #Sexuality #Neurosciences #BiomedicalEngineering #PriyankaGupta #TimBruns #NicholasLanghals #MitchellBerger...