Our Bioengineering research is an exciting exploration of the molecular and cellular realms, with applications that span cancer metastasis, medical imaging, wound healing, biomechanics, and biomaterial development. At the intersection of science and innovation, our Bioengineering research is pioneering the way forward. Join us on this fascinating journey of discovery and transformation, where we're pushing the boundaries of knowledge and technology. Here's a glimpse of what we're diving into:

Vision of DNA origami mechanisms for medial applications
Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Scale Analysis

This area of research delves deep into the biophysical, biomechanical, biochemical, and bioelectrical properties of macromolecules, cells, and tissues. Our team is dedicated to developing cutting-edge technologies that enable us to explore these fundamental aspects of biology, providing insights into the intricate world of life at the molecular and cellular level.

Notable Faculty: Agarwal, Castro, Cho, Dupaix, Prakash, Song, Sutradhar
Fundamental Analysis of Motion and Biomechanics

Our research focuses on enhancing human movement by addressing issues like osteoarthritis, designing novel surgical instruments, creating custom assistive devices, and understanding the mechanics of movement in humans, animals, and machines. We also investigate the mechanical behavior of polymers, injury biomechanics, and other applications, seeking to advance the science of movement and biomechanics.

Notable Faculty: Dupaix, Hereid, Siston, M. Srinivasan, Sutradhar
Mechanobiology of bone

In the field of biomaterials, we investigate advanced material mechanics. Our work includes theoretical and numerical simulations of material behavior, the development of advanced composite materials, and the creation of models for predicting the survival rates of dental restorations. We also explore sustainable solutions, such as the conversion of greenhouse gases into biomolecular materials, contributing to a greener and more sustainable future.

Notable Faculty: Agarwal, Cho, Hoelzle, Katsube, Sutradhar.