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Consistently ranked one of the best biomedical engineering programs in the U.S., Duke Biomedical Engineering (BME) prepares graduates to be leaders in industry and academia.

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Metastatic mass appears stiffer (darker) than surrounding liver tissue
Patient with metastatic melanoma in liver, no known fibrosis
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Shear modulus (μ) distinguished low (F0-F2) from high (F3-F4) fibrosis stages using a threshold of 4.2 kPa, with a sensitivity and specificity of 90%, and AUC of 0.9.
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Duke Biomedical Engineering (BME) creates an interdisciplinary research and education environment that trains students to have an impact in industry and medicine.Duke Biomedical Engineering (BME) creates an interdisciplinary research and education environment that trains students to have an impact in industry and medicine.Duke Biomedical Engineering faculty, staff and students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of the department’s new administrative office suite.Duke Biomedical Engineering faculty, staff and students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of the department’s new administrative office suite.Duke Biomedical Engineering faculty, staff and students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of the department’s new administrative office suite.Patient with liver cirrhosis, hepatitis C, HIV+.
HCC appears softer than surrounding cirrhotic liver tissue
Source: Duke Biomedical Engineering (Click on image to enlarge)Duke University biomedical engineering researchers have moved a step closer to a "smart bladder pacemaker" that might one day restore bladder control in patients with spinal cord injury or neurological disease.“We realized quickly that [the situation] was a drug storage and delivery problem that we could solve,” renowned Duke biomedical engineering professor Robert Malkin told Devex."Our approach actually repairs the faulty gene, which is a lot simpler," said David Ousterout, the Duke biomedical engineering graduate student in the Gersbach lab who led the work. "It finds the faulty gene, and fixes it so it can start producing a functional protein again."
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Duke Biomedical Engineering faculty, staff and students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of the department’s new administrative office suite.

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Duke Biomedical Engineering is launching a new seminar series focused on entrepreneurship this fall. Featuring three Duke alumni who have gone on to start successful businesses, the lectures will give attendees the opportunity to learn from those who got their start in exactly the same spot.

Duke Biomedical Engineering is launching a new seminar series focused on entrepreneurship this fall

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Duke Biomedical Engineering faculty, staff and students gathered Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of the department’s new administrative office suite.