Govind Srimathveeravalli of MIE and Neil Forbes of ChE have received awards of up to $100,000 each to pursue translational research.
University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers discover letting small amounts of DNA ‘dance’ can speed disease detection
rStream, founded by UMass Amherst engineering graduates, uses innovations in computer vision and data science to clean up the waste stream.
MIE’s Muge Capan and Colleagues Obtain Grant to Improve Diagnostic Equity in Ambulatory Healthcare Settings
Capan’s research aims to reduce the diagnostic inequity suffered by underserved medical populations and improve diagnostic uncertainty in stigmatized patients.
T. Leo Liu (MIE) and Prabhani Atukorale (BME) will each receive $400,000 over three years to investigate exploratory, developmental, high-impact topics.
Ping’s nano-mechanoelectrical approach pushes the sensitivity of DNA detection by over 100 times for applications in diagnostics, healthcare, & drug discovery.
The center will advance foundational discoveries in additively manufactured complex systems under extremes and train the next generation of researchers.
MIE’s David Schmidt Has Filled His 23 Years at UMass Amherst with a Multiphase Flow of Accomplishments
Schmidt has obtained more than 55 external grants, 76 journal publications, 99 conference publications, 22 awards, and several key appointments and promotions.
Arbabi, Rao, and Srimathveeravalli Garner Technology Development Fund Awards from the UMass President’s Office
The awards provide supplemental funding to support UMass System research discoveries and proven technology to address local, national, and global challenges.
Recent Alumna Erin Bergeron Parlays Her Internships and MIE Education into a Full-time Job at Pratt & Whitney
Through her internships, Bergeron says she “was able to gain multitudes of technical and professional experience” and added confidence in her abilities.