Building the future
Shown are biomedical solutions created by biomedical engineering undergraduate students in Spring 2022. Students created biomedical devices to address unmet clinical needs.
Please click any prototype to learn more.
Surgical device for minimally invasive insertion of Nanochon’s implant on cartilage lesions
Government and Non-Profit Sponsored
Innovating Verification of Nasogastric Tube Insertion to Address Clinical Misplacement and Displacement
Rethinking the Oropharyngeal Exam to Limit Disease Transmission and Enable Remote Examination
Minimizing Risks while Connecting Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation with Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
Locomotive video capsule endoscope using vibration and direction-adjustable cilia to control its motion inside one’s digestive tract
Smart Tourniquet That Applies a Personalized Pressure to Improve Venipuncture Success Rates.
We thank Our Empowering Capstone Leaders
Through advocacy, endorsement, and capital, these leaders have extended the capabilities of capstone and enabled students to develop unique clinical insight.
Interim Wallace H. Coulter Department Chair, Professor
Dean of Emory School of Medicine