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Right drug, right dosage, right away

Right drug, right dosage, right away

ImpeDx, co-founded by Mizzou Engineering’s Shramik Sengupta, recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF) SBIR Phase II grant and CDC contract.

MU, MURR magnets for key radioisotope research

MU, MURR magnets for key radioisotope research

Most elements can only have their therapeutic radioisotopes separated with use of a very powerful electromagnet. And Mizzou Engineering’s John Gahl just received funding to set up and operate one. 

MU researchers reach blood pressure breakthrough

MU researchers reach blood pressure breakthrough

The Mizzou team of researchers utilized non-contact hydraulic bed sensors to estimate relative systolic blood pressure — the top number in a typical blood pressure reading — by extracting features from the ballistocardiogram (BCG) signal.

Coulter Program funds three cutting-edge projects

Coulter Program funds three cutting-edge projects

The goal of the program is to bring engineers and clinicians together to develop novel solutions to pressing medical needs. As such, the three projects funded this year — a total of $302,000 — include faculty members from Mizzou Engineering and the School of Medicine.

MU Engineering names Islam new EECS Chair

MU Engineering names Islam new EECS Chair

Syed Kamrul Islam took over as head of EECS effective July 1. Islam previously served as a professor, James W. McConnell Endowed Chair and associate head for Academic Affairs of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Mizzou, UM System ready to lead precision medicine revolution

Mizzou, UM System ready to lead precision medicine revolution

MU hosted the Precision Medicine Summit on Wednesday, which brought exceptional faculty from MU as well as Missouri-Kansas City, Missouri-St. Louis, and Missouri S&T to highlight the breadth and quality of translational precision medicine research activities.

Speeding things up with laser precision

Speeding things up with laser precision

Imagine being able to do any task 69 times faster and the possibilities that would open for an individual or a company. Now imagine that speed being applied to manufacturing all manner of electronics and how it might lead to greater supply and lower costs for consumers.

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