- March 29, 2023
Giorgio Ascoli, University Professor in the Department of Bioengineering, will receive the Beck Family Medal at the Faculty Awards Reception on May 11 at 4:30 p.m. in the Center for the Arts Lobby. The Beck Family Medal is presented to faculty members whose contributions represent groundbreaking advances in their fields.
- December 8, 2022
This year, two winners were selected for the Katona Scholarship for Excellence in Bioengineering. The scholarship is awarded to George Mason bioengineering seniors who aim to support society at large through their excellence across academic performance, leadership initiatives, and career aspirations.
- November 28, 2022
Associate Professor Quentin Sanders’s team is using novel techniques for inventing and improving rehabilitative and assistive technologies.
- November 28, 2022
Mason College of Engineering and Computing faculty are gaining insight into how our bodies handle joint pain after an injury.
- December 14, 2022
Mason researchers Jeffrey Moran in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rémi Veneziano in the Department of Bioengineering, and Monique van Hoek, a microbiologist in the School of Systems Biology, won the NBIB R21 Trailblazer award. The team will research methods to dissolve harmful biofilms.
- August 31, 2022
Bioengineering student John Mutersbaugh shares about his experience in BESIP, a competitive internship offered through NIH for undergraduate biomedical engineering students across the U.S. who have completed their junior year of college.
- April 12, 2022
Bioengineering undergrad Medhini Sosale wins one of the highest rewards—the Goldwater Scholarship—in the U.S. for undergrad students interested in developing STEM research careers.
- April 7, 2022
Mason's Bioengineering Department reached and recognized its 10th year anniversary. Nearly 100 guests celebrated and attended the event on April 4, 2022.
- March 23, 2022
Two PhD students will compete in Mason's Three Minute Thesis finals.
- February 23, 2022
A recent finding from a $1.8 million research grant funded by the National Institutes of Health show that the human eye could potentially see a faster diagnosis with the use of AI.