The Rice University Department of Bioengineering is a top-tier teaching and research institution. The cornerstone of our success as an international leader in bioengineering is capitalizing on our central location. Our neighbors include the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world, and its member institutions.
While biology and biological processes are fundamental to our research, it is through the integration of engineering and technological tools that we expand basic and life science and positively impact human health.
Applications will be reviewed starting in February 2019.
Herbert Levine among researchers to define a small protein's central role in tumor mechanics.
KPRC-TV's Frank Billingsley received a nanoparticle infusion as part of clinical trials for prostrate cancer.
Rice University scientists create electrical protein switches triggered by chemicals.
Run of 2018 awards helps Rice bioengineer Rob Raphael advance cochlear implant research.
Gang Bao's experimental therapy could repair mutations that cause genetic diseases.