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The Cullen College of Engineering recognized the hard work and efforts of its entire workforce at the 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards, held during the Faculty-Staff Meeting on May 8. For a full gallery of photos from…
College recognizes outstanding personnel at 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards
REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 2
REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 1
Lars Tebbe, an assistant professor of research in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned $90,000 in funding thanks to the Knights Templar Eye Foundation (KTEF) Career Starter Grant…
Research professor nabs Knights Templar grant
A new, $3 million gift will help reinforce the University of Houston’s long-standing mission to provide students with a world-class education and ensure they are given every opportunity to succeed in and out of the classroom. The…
$3 Million Gift Funds New Scholarships for Working Students at UH
Metin Akay, founding chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Houston and John S. Dunn Professor, is one of 50 top scientists from 34 elite universities to publish a roadmap for groundbreaking research…
BME's Metin Akay Featured in Study Highlighting Scientists’ Contributions to Engineering Advancements
A doctoral student at the Cullen College of Engineering has been recognized with a NASA Silver Achievement Medal, for outstanding leadership and innovation of the biomedical and countermeasure hardware selection and flight…
BME Ph.D. student Seyedmadani earns NASA Silver Achievement Medal
An assistant professor at the Cullen College of Engineering is the latest recipient of a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. Ran An is an assistant professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department with a joint…
BME's An earns CAREER award for 'current' work
Antibodies and DNA Used to Find the Biological Markers of Disease New biomarkers with improved diagnostic performance for early detection of lupus nephritis have been discovered in the University of Houston lab of Chandra Mohan,…
New Biomarkers for Lupus Nephritis Discovered by Mohan
Three Cullen College of Engineering doctoral student graduates – all now working in industry – have been recognized for stellar work on their dissertations for the 2022-23 academic year. To recognize the value of the outstanding…
Fang, Mallette, Mozaffari honored for dissertations
The Cullen College of Engineering is proud to announce 15 faculty promotions, effective starting the Fall 2023 semester. Promotions are listed by level, then alphabetically last name. All promotions are granted followed a…
Cullen promotes 15 faculty members for Fall 2023
Imagine owning a wearable sensor that can monitor your health at every moment in real-time and potentially detect certain cancers in your body before they start affecting you. Through a HEALTH-RCMI Pilot Program Award, University…
BME's Li Explores Wearable Sensors to Detect Colorectal Cancer
$3M Grant Brings Artificial Intelligence on Board for Faster, More Accurate Diagnosis, Better Patient Outcome In the ever-perilous autoimmune disease world of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE or lupus), up to 60 percent of adult…
Cullen Team Setting the Gold Standard in Diagnosis of Lupus Nephritis
The Cullen College of Engineering is proud to announce the hiring and promotion of 31 faculty members for the 2023-2024 academic year. All employees were hired after a competitive search process and multiple rounds of interviews…
Cullen College of Engineering welcomes 31 new faculty members
Imaging Mass Cytometry Showcases Odd Numbers of Proteins in Kidneys of Lupus Nephritis Patients Chandra Mohan, Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Endowed Professor of biomedical engineering, is reporting the first use of the…
Powerful Imaging Technology From Cullen Researcher Used to Investigate Renal Disease
Biomedical Engineering senior Lilly Roelofs didn't even know she was being considered for this year's Cynthia Oliver Coleman, P.E. Rising Star Award, but she was ecstatic when she received the email announcing her as the…
BME's Roelofs 2023 Rising Star Award winner
The Cullen College of Engineering recognized 15 members of the faculty, staff and students at its 2022-23 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards, held during the Faculty-Staff Meeting on May 2. A full photo gallery can be found on…
Cullen honors 15 at 2022-23 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards
Usher syndrome, a rare inherited genetic disease, is a leading cause of combined deafness and blindness with type 2A (USH2A) being the most common form. USH2A, caused by mutations in the USH2A gene, can include hearing loss from…
Team Led by BME's Naash Builds New Model to Examine Usher Syndrome
A University of Houston biomedical engineer and his team are reporting the discovery of new biomarkers for early detection of bladder cancer (BC), among the most common cancers diagnosed in men in the U.S. According to the…
On the Horizon - A Painless Way to Check for Bladder Cancer
The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering Biomedical Engineering Department will host the 10th Annual Biomedical Engineering Day (BME Day), a one-day forum focusing on health care innovation and entrepreneurship on…
Biomedical Engineers Gather at UH to Discuss Health Care Innovation and Entrepreneurship