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Biomedical engineers at NJIT will use new technology to help children with cerebral palsy improve their movements, reduce stiffness in their joints and live fuller and more independent lives. “In a nation of technological riches, there is no better way for engineers to use their creative talents than to find new methods and devices that help children with cerebral palsy overcome their daily barriers,” said Richard Foulds, PhD, an associate professor in the biomedical engineering department. >>
Richard Foulds, PhD, associate professor in the department of biomedical engineering at NJIT, will speak on the topic "Let Your Fingers do the Talking: The Kinematics of Sign Language" on Nov. 2, 11:30 a.m., Mechanical Engineering Center, Rm. 224. Contact: Dr. Edward Dreizin, (973) 596-3327/5751, >>
Biomedical engineering pioneer Ronald Rockland, PhD, associate dean and associate professor at NJIT, will receive an award from the New Jersey Association for Biomedical Research. The award is dedicated to improving human and animal health through biomedical research. Rockland will accept the honor at the organization's research gala on Nov. 17. >>
William C. Van Buskirk, PhD, a distinguished professor at NJIT who helped pioneer the burgeoning field of biomedical reengineering, has been elected Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society. Van Buskirk was elected Fellow last week during the society's awards ceremony held in Baltimore, Md. >>
Rivka Stone, a senior at Albert Dorman Honors College, will graduate from NJIT on May 26 with a perfect cumulative grade-point average of 4.0. In the fall, Stone, 21, will start medical school at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She was accepted, on full scholarship, into the university's accelerated MD/PhD program. A biomedical engineering major, she won an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from NJIT's biomedical engineering department. >>
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is hosting the second annual New Jersey Biomedical Engineering Showcase and Career Fair – an annual event that unites industry professionals and academics interested in the applied-life sciences.The theme of the showcase, scheduled for March 11 in the NJIT Campus Center, is “Creating Connections – Enhancing the Synergies between Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology.” The showcase will feature prominent keynote speakers from academia and industry, a panel discussion as well as a display of research projects by students. >>