Controlling when and where an immune-prompting molecule is active may make treatment safer, more effective.
Researchers hope to use brain stimulation to create new neuronal cell networks to restore function lost due to stroke.
Growing new human livers is a long-term goal of bioengineer Kelly Stevens as she studies this organ’s development.
Princess Imoukhuede joins the UW from Washington University in St. Louis, where she is an associate professor of biomedical engineering.
This is the Center for Dialysis Innovation’s third award in the ongoing international KidneyX competition.
New approaches will examine mechanical factors that could be interfering with liver’s usual ability to regenerate itself.
Simulations shed light on heart-scarring similarities among patients with atrial fibrillation and those who had embolic stroke but no atrial fibrillation.
"What if we could build a remote control for cells?" That was the wild idea Kelly Stevens and Daniel Corbett had.
The Center for Dialysis Innovation earns acclaim for a porous synthetic graft intended to make the blood-cleansing process safer and more reliable.
Intricate, laser-welded sugar networks dissolve to create pathways for blood in lab-grown tissues