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TRANSLATIONAL BIOPHOTONICS AND IMAGING LAB

May 2018: Congratulations to all our graduating seniors from the Translational Biophotonics and Imaging Laboratory and the Department of Biomedical Engineering

April 2018Associate Professor Timothy Muldoon selected for $500K National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program Award.

April 2018Drs. Timothy Muldoon and Kartik Balachandran are promoted to Associate Processor.

April 2018: Gage Greening passes Candidacy Exam

January 2018: Interview with 2 of our undergraduate students. “On Improving the Effects of Traditional Chemotherapy: Shelby Bess and Caroline Spainhour on Lab Work, Research, and More”.

August 2017: The Translational Biophotonics and Imaging Laboratory welcomes new PhD Student, Ariel Mundo!

July 2017Undergraduate biomedical engineering student, Luis Palafox, was awarded the Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in Madrid and Leganés, Spain, where he will also be traveling to France, Italy, and Belgium.

January 2017Dr. Timothy Muldoon will present a Signature Seminar series to the University of Arkansas Honors College titled, “Cancer: A Constellation of Disease”

January 2017: The Translational Biophotonics and Imaging Laboratory welcomes new PhD Student, Haley James!

August 2016Gage Greening completes 6-month internship at the NASA Johnson Space Center where he worked on medical hardware and software for research on the International Space Station.

March 2016Gage Greening interview for biomedical engineering department: “Coming Together to Improve Human Health and Medicine.”

January 2016Courtney Hunter interview for biomedical engineering department: “Recipe for Success.”

January 2016: Dr. Timothy Muldoon interview for biomedical engineering department: “On Researching, Teaching, Mentoring, and More.”

December 2015: Master’s student, Joshua Hutcheson interview for biomedical engineering department: “From Lab to Conference to Classroom, and Back.”

October 2015: Dr. Muldoon is recognized by the Honors College as one of six exceptional faculty across the University of Arkansas campus.

September 2014: The College of Engineering celebrates new space for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.