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Amina QutubQutub integrates integrates biological systems modeling theory and design to characterize hypoxic response signaling and neurovascular dynamics. »
Ann SaterbakAnn Saterbak leads several initiatives in undergraduate education and laboratory instruction for the Department of Bioengineering, the George R. Brown School of Engineering, and the Wiess School of Natural Sciences.  »

Antonios MikosMikos’ research focuses on the synthesis, processing, and evaluation of new biomaterials for use as scaffolds for tissue engineering, as carriers for controlled drug delivery, and as non-viral vectors for gene therapy. »
Bilal GhosnBilal Ghosn is an instructor for several project-based laboratory modules and engineering courses for Rice's bioengineering program.  »

David ZhangZhang's research involves the systematic modeling and rational design of nucleic acids, engineering designer nucleic acid molecules that enable revolutionary in vitro diagnostics, in situ imaging, tissue engineering, transcription regulation, andmaterials scaffolding and modulation. »
Eric RichardsonRichardson brings valuable interdisciplinary industry experience in biomedical engineering research and product development to his role as lecturer.  »

Gang BaoGang Bao is a pioneer in nanomedicine, molecular imaging, and the emerging area of genome editing. The nanoscale structures and devices engineered in his lab have broad-based applications in basic biological research and in the translation of nano-scale tools for disease diagnostics and treatment. »
Herbert LevineHerbert Levine examines the dynamics of non-equilibrium systems, both deterministic and stochastic, to explain and quantify the intricate processes that govern biological systems. He is a pioneer in using theory to expand experimental findings and in the development of well-parameterized computational models. »

Jane Grande-AllenGrande-Allen’s research uses engineering analysis to understand and fight heart valve disease. »
Jeff JacotJeff Jacot focuses on the influences of biophysical cues, such as stress, strain, shear, substrate stiffness and electrical stimulation, on the development and maturation of heart cells and tissues. »

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