The Office of Research recently approved the filing of a provisional patent to Biomedical Engineering Students Chris A. Gliniecki, Chantale A. Salem, and Craig T. Fisher. A Medical Device they designed under the "Venipuncture Aid Project," will assist nurses and other healthcare practitioners to gain intravenous access more easily and with less discomfort to the patient.
An estimated 12.7 million adults in the United States suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Researchers at Invacare Corporation and CSU have teamed up to transform the future of oxygen therapy. Led by Professors Ungarala and Talu, this team aims to address the technical challenges that many oxygen users face today, and delivering on Invacare’s brand promise for millions of COPD patients - Making Life’s Experiences Possible.
Dr. Moo-Yeal Lee's article “High-throughput and combinatorial gene expression on a chip for metabolism-induced toxicology screening,” was published recently in the prestigious journal Nature Communications. Dr. Lee and his colleagues report on their development of the"TeamChip" (or Transfected Enzyme and Metabolism Chip). Their new microarray biochip can mimic drug metabolism in human livers and predict likely adverse drug reactions.
The Washkewicz College of Engineering, a private institution founded in 1923, has enjoyed its reputation for excellence long before the founding of Cleveland State University. The Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at CSU has since grown as an integral part of the degree-granting departments in the Washkewicz College of Engineering. The Undergraduate Program in concert with one of the most successful Cooperative Education Programs in the country, offer an attractive avenue to further your education. Full-time faculty and graduate students work actively in modern Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Research laboratories. The Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering also administers specializations in Chemical Engineering and Applied Biomedical Engineering (ABE) as part of the Doctor of Engineering Program in the College of Engineering.
In addition to local chemical companies, the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department maintains continuing relationships with The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, The Ohio Aerospace Institute, and the NASA Glenn Research Center.
If you are interested in an Engineering-related profession, CSU is an excellent choice.
Contact the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department office
at 216-687-2569 for more information and to schedule an appointment with our
undergraduate/graduate advisors. The Career Services Center is also a good source of information.
Mr. Cmar Goes to Washington!
Our own Joshua Cmar was selected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to represent CSU as part of the Student Workshop on Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) ...
Congratulations Class of 2014 !
Congratulations to Our Seniors !
Our own Joshua Cmar and Andrew Zak were selected as the two 2014 Ohio Fellowship recipients from the Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC). These Fellowships will support Andrew and Joshua as they continue their professional education by joining Graduate School.
Women in Engineering !
Our Dean and our own Anna Florian talk about Women in Engineering. Click on the picture to see the entire 19 Actions News Clip.
To A Degree
A Brief comparison of chemical engineering and chemistry grads Read the full article at Chemical and Engineering News ...
The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) requires that each ABET-accredited program must publicly post annual student enrollment and graduation data per program. Annual student enrollment and graduation data for the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering and its programs can be found in the Cleveland State University Book of Trends (http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/iraa/bot/bookoftrends.html)