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.
The Rolling Kidney Stones
Ureteroscopy, Reimagined: Shortening Operating Times with a Deployable Mesh Device
Optimizing a revisable 3D-printed patient-specific implant to treat severe shoulder wear
Government and Non-Profit Sponsored
A Novel, Condensed Stethoscope for Military Healthcare Personnel Operating in the Field
No Glove Left Behind
Reducing medical waste and improving the efficiency of medical glove dispensers.
Designing a stethoscope disinfection system to combat transmission of hospital associated infections
Empowering individuals with tetraplegia and visual impairments to use contact lenses independently
Minimizing Risks while Connecting Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation with Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
Splints to prevent self-injurious behavior exhibited by children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Locomotive video capsule endoscope using vibration and direction-adjustable cilia to control its motion inside one’s digestive tract
Convection Enhanced Delivery System Utilized for Recurrent Therapeutic Tissue Treatment in Gliomas
Smart Tourniquet That Applies a Personalized Pressure to Improve Venipuncture Success Rates.
Convenient Auto Pressure Stockings (CAPESKIN) project focuses on the creation of a lower leg edema compression there device.
ScrubSense is an adhesive patch that contains an analog microfluidic timer that can indicate when the scrubbing and drying times have passed.
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