Tag: National Institutes of Health

$2.2 million grant will study bioprosthetic heart valve durability with computer simulations

Ming-Chen Hsu, an assistant professor in mechanical engineering, is part of a research team recently awarded more than $2 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop computer simulations that improve the durability of bioprosthetic heart valves (BHV). The new study aims to build on existing research in the field of BHV and develop … Continue reading $2.2 million grant will study bioprosthetic heart valve durability with computer simulations

Liang Dong featured in Lab on a Chip Journal

By Thane Himes ECpE professor Liang Dong’s latest research recently was featured on the back cover of the journal, Lab on a Chip. Dong’s research project, which is a collaboration with Richard Martin, Professor, of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State, focuses on a high-throughput, low-cost way to monitor the movement of microscopic nematodes using a … Continue reading Liang Dong featured in Lab on a Chip Journal

Research updates

In the past few months, College of Engineering researchers on three projects—one on novel nanovaccines, one on new wind turbine structures, and another on energy and transportation infrastructure planning—have reached key milestones in their research. Here are some highlights: Making one-dose, needle-free nanovaccines for infectious diseases Can you imagine a world where diseases such as … Continue reading Research updates