Thursday, April 10, 2014

At Research Expo, See Where Engineering and Medicine Meet

Thanks to the UC San Diego Institute of Engineering in Medicine and other collaborative initiative on campus, engineers from the Jacobs School of Engineering work side-by-side with UC San Diego physicians and affiliated researchers to identify patient needs and to develop devices and therapies that can be translated into clinical care. 

At Research Expo 2014 on the afternoon of April 17, you’ll have access to the researchers behind many projects at the intersection of health care and engineering, including the following:

* Merging big data and wireless sensing to make patient monitoring less invasive and safer

* Glasses-free 3D surgery applications (and related faculty talk)

* Nanoparticles that can remove toxins from the bloodstream or deliver drugs straight to tumors without damaging healthy tissue. 

Find out more by searching the poster titles here. When you register, you get access to abstracts. 

Research Expo is also about recruiting. If you are looking hire top engineers with advanced degrees or want access to 200 cutting-edge engineering research projects, we invite you to our 33rd annual Research Expo on Thursday, April 17 from 2:00-6:00 p.m.
Register Today
UC San Diego Alumni enjoy half-price admission.
Corporate Affiliates Program member companies receive 2-for-1 admission.

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