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James Schumacher

Education: B.S. Biomedical/Medical Engineering, Marquette University; M.S. Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida; Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida Hometown: Franklin, WI What is your favorite UF BME Memory: The day I realized that my lab group didn’t need me anymore… Read More

Todd Goede

Education: BS with Highest Honors, Engineering Science (Biomechanics minor), University of Florida, 2001 MS Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics concentration, University of Florida, 2001 MS Engineering Management, Florida International University, 2004 Hometown: My dad was in the Air Force, so we moved… Read More

Albina Mikhaylova

Education: Combined Bachelor and Master of Science, Department of Electromechanical Engineering specializing in medical devices, Moscow N.E. Baumann State Technical University, Moscow, Russia. Doctor of Philosophy, J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida. Thesis: “Iron Biomineralization… Read More

Get a GRiP

Original article published in Our Town Story and photography by Summer Jarro Four-year-old Christian Vann calls his left hand his “lucky fin.” He was born with the condition Symbrachydactyly, which in Latin loosely means short, stubby fingers. On his left… Read More

6th Annual BME Art of Research Photo Contest

We want to see research through your eyes! Our annual photo contest presents an opportunity for BME faculty (primary and affiliates), staff and students to showcase their research visually. Enter your favorite photo (or two). What makes a photograph a… Read More

Nichols accepted to the TIGRR workshop

Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer A. Nichols, assistant professor, who was accepted to the Training in Grantsmanship for Rehabilitation Research (TIGRR) workshop. The TIGRR workshop provides one-on-one mentorship to researchers facing their first major research grant.  The annual four-day workshop includes… Read More

Tackling The Lifecycle of Osteoarthritis

UF Biomedical Engineers Tackle the Lifecycle of Osteoarthritis with $3.3 million in NIH Grants Osteoarthritis (OA) is a complex disease that attacks human joints, but now two University of Florida researchers from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering are counter-attacking.… Read More