Bioengineering categorizes its research into six tracks: Bioimaging and Signals; Medical Product Engineering (MPE); Neural Engineering; Molecular, Cellular, and Systems Engineering (MCSE); Biomechanics; and Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
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Integration of synthetic biology and tissue engineering towards the next generation of regenerative technologies, mainly in the liver but also in other tissues.
Study of biological profiling data from de-identified samples for biomarker discovery, to enable early detection, monitoring and better outcomes for various cancers and cardiovascular diseases.
To gain insights into the underlying disease of multiple sclerosis and translate these findings into the clinical areas to improve individualized risk prediction, prevention, and management in multiple sclerosis and other related disorders.