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MUSE Research: BME Electrospinning

MUSE Research: BME Electrospinning

Biomedical Engineering students James Ferrie ’12, and Pamela Hitscherich ’13, collaborated this summer with Associate Professor Dr. Karen Chang Yan and Assistant Professor Dr. Christopher Anderson to test James’ hybrid tissue scaffold fabrication system also known as an electro spinning system. They were part of TCNJ’s MUSE research program, and were one of over eightyContinue Reading

Senior Project Team Wins Top Design Award at NEBEC

Senior Project Team Wins Top Design Award at NEBEC

Four BME senior project members won a Top Design Award at the at the 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering ConferenceContinue Reading

BME Students Attend NEBEC

BME Students Attend NEBEC

Nine biomedical engineering senior design teams presented their work at the 38th Annual Northeast Bioengineering ConferenceContinue Reading