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Schmidt Futures Gives $50M for Life Science Research Including Single-Cell Proteomics Institute

The GenomeWeb article “Schmidt Futures Gives $50M for Life Science Research Including Single-Cell Proteomics Institute” highlights the Parallel Squared Technology Institute (PTI), a new non-profit research institute recently launched by Allen Distinguished Investigator and BioE Associate Professor Nikolai Slavov and former bioengineering students Aleksandra Petelski, PhD’22, and Harrison Specht, PhD’22.

BioE Alumni Spotlight: Jessica Fitzgerald, University of Colorado Boulder

Jessica Fitzgerald, PhD, is a Teaching Faculty Member at the University of Colorado. She teaches Computer-Aided Design and Fabrication, Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers, Bioinstrumentation, and Biomaterials. She is also responsible for undergraduate and graduate course instruction, new course development, and cultivating a community of support, growth, and excellence in the new Biomedical Engineering program. […]

BioE Alumni Spotlight: Rachel Horenstein, University of Denver

Rachel Horenstein, PhD, is a Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the University of Denver. She currently teaches courses in solid mechanics and engineering design. She earned her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University in 2020 where, as a member of the Multiscale Mechanics and Musculoskeletal Mechanobiology Lab, […]