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Graduate students test the equipment on the treadmill in the lab.
Researchers test and validate wearable sensors to improve health management
Salthouse and graduate student Akshaya Shanmugam with 3D printed imaging jig
Engineers design new diagnostic and imaging technologies for personalized health monitoring
Up close detail of an accelerometer in red
Close up colorful  image of the structure of the human GALNS protein
UMass Amherst Professor Lisa Chasan-Taber and images of pregnant women
International expert sheds light on physical activity and pregnancy
Fingers hold a vial containing a nanogel precursor polymer solution
Polymeric nanogels aid in more efficient drug delivery
Life Sciences Laboratory Building Facade
Life Science Laboratories open avenue for innovation
Brain scans and magnified brain cell
The environmental effects of toxins on brain development
Andrea Foulkes and Nicholas Reich stand in the Integrated Sciences Building
Next-generation analytics lead to biomedical insights
Surface representations of four human sulfatase proteins
Structural biologists chart path for potential chaperone therapy to treat group of genetic diseases
Subject tests the PERCEPT system in the Knowles Engineering building.
PERCEPT wireless scanning system enables the blind to navigate buildings with ease