Feb 13, 2020
Northeastern University has nominated Kerry Eller, BioE’21, as one out of four outstanding students for the Truman Scholarship.
Feb 11, 2020
Bioengineering student Kerry Eller, E’21, and Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry student Julie Na Yoon Kim, E’21, were two of four students nominated for the Barry Goldwater Scholarship by Northeastern University.
Feb 10, 2020
Kritika Singh, BioE’20, is the founder and director of the Northeastern University Global Health Initiative student group and organized the recent Global Health in a Changing World: People, Planet, and Technology conference.
Jan 31, 2020
BioE Assistant Professor Nikolai Slavov’s research into using single-cell mass-spectrometry methods for high-throughput analysis of proteins is featured in the Science article “Unpicking the proteome in single cells.”
Jan 30, 2020
Assistant Professors Danielle Levac (Bouvé), Emily Zimmerman (Bouvé), Kristen Allison (Bouvé), Abigail Koppes (ChE), Sarah Ostadabbas (ECE), Jessica Oakes (BioE), and Associate Professor Eno Ebong (ChE) were awarded a 2020 ADVANCE Mutual Mentoring Advancement Program (M2AP) Grant for “Translating the ‘Mastermind’ Concept from Business to Academia: Facilitating Peer mentorship among female PIs leading active research labs”.
Jan 13, 2020
ECE/BioE Professor Eduardo Sontag’s research on “in vitro implementation of robust gene regulation in a synthetic biomolecular integral controller” was published in Nature Communications.
Jan 03, 2020
Rouzbeh Amini joins the Mechanical Engineering department in January 2020 as an Associate Professor with a joint appointment in Bioengineering.
Jan 03, 2020
Mohammad Abbas Yaseen joins the Bioengineering department in January 2020 as an Assistant Professor.
Dec 11, 2019
Bells were ringing at the stock exchange in New York City for Northeastern co-op employer partner Morphic Therapeutic, where our engineering and science co-op students were afforded the unique experience to visit Wall Street and ring the bell for their IPO.
Nov 25, 2019
Bioengineering student Kritika Singh, E’20, is one of only 32 students from the US selected as a Rhodes Scholar.