John Myers

One of BME's first graduates reflects on how the program strengthened his resume

Sept. 7, 2021

John Myers (MBioEngr’21) was the first student to graduate from the Biomedical Engineering Program with a thesis-based master’s degree. Now, he has a more competitive edge as he plans his future education and career.

Jesse Duran

Summer intern brings fresh perspective to CU research lab

Sept. 1, 2021

Jesse Duran, a senior at Fort Lewis College in Durango, spent the summer working on research projects in the lab of Shu-Wei Huang, an assistant professor in the Biomedical Engineering program.

BME careers photo

Biomedical engineering career paths

Aug. 31, 2021

Biomedical engineering students have multiple opportunities in the job market; including careers in the industry, in research or at medical school.

Micro-textured balloon

New medical balloon technology aims to improve endoscopy success

Aug. 24, 2021

BME Professor Mark Rentschler's Boulder-based company will seek FDA approval after receiving a patent for its leading-edge medical balloon technology.

Mobilizing the immune system

VIDEO: Mobilizing the Immune System

Aug. 19, 2021

BME Assistant Professor Kayla Sprenger works to harness the immune system in a targeted way.

Ferguson and Borden

Ferguson, Borden earn AB Nexus grants to partner with CU Anschutz

June 1, 2021


PhD student is awarded NSF Integrated Data Science Fellowship

Payton Martinez, who is pursuing his doctorate in Biomedical Engineering, received the National Science Foundation Integrated Data Science Fellow Award. The award recognizes interdisciplinary research.

Olivia Tonti

PhD student is awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

May 5, 2021

The National Science Foundation has awarded a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship to a University of Colorado Boulder biomedical engineering student, a signal of the innovative and impactful research she will perform in the years ahead.

Jessica Fitzgerald

Meet BME's new instructor Jessica Fitzgerald

March 9, 2021

Jessica Fitzgerald received her PhD in Bioengineering from Northeastern University in Boston with a research focus in optical sensors and disease detection.

Ferguson and Borden

BME faculty members awarded Colorado Clinical and Translational Science Institute funding

Two faculty members with the Biomedical Engineering Program have received grants from the Colorado Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CCTSI). CCTSI awarded BME Program Director Mark Borden and Associate Professor Virginia Ferguson two Translational Methods Pilot Grants. The TM-Pilot Program funding supports the development of novel methods and innovative technologies...