Simulating fluid flow to study disease
New MechE faculty member Noelia Grande Gutiérrez uses computational modeling to study the fluid mechanics of blood flow to design personalized therapies for thrombosis, earlier diagnosis of coronary artery disease, and precise, targeted drug delivery for cancer.
Using deep learning to research material transport in the brain
Understanding the causes of degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's, Huntington's, and Parkinson's will require the meticulous investigation into the complex, branch-like neurite networks of the brain. Machine learning can be an efficient, highly accurate part of this process.
Day of Enlightenment Opens in new window
We call our community together to commemorate May 25th as the day the world raised our collective voices to stand up for what is right—Black Lives Matter. On this day we recognize we have much more work to do. Let’s continue growing, learning, and standing up for what is right and just in our society, and on our campus.
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