IMES is a hub that brings together the community of students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty who work at the convergence of engineering, science, and translational medicine.
It was standing room only for the first, annual, MIT Institute of Medical Engineering and Science (IMES) Founders Lecture, delivered by Arup K. Chakraborty, on …READ MORE
A collaboration between MIT’s Institute of Medical Engineering and Science (IMES) and Sekisui House of Japan will investigate in-home wellness monitoring CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – To …READ MORE
James J. Collins, the Termeer Professor of Medical Engineering and Science in the MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES), has been awarded the …READ MORE
Arup K. Chakraborty gives inaugural Founders Lecture
Ellen Kuhl, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University
Since the world’s first epidemic, we’ve built treatments for various infectious diseases. Yet, our understanding of disease transmission, and the mechanisms behind it, have not advanced much from the 19th century days of Louis Pasteur. Lydia Bourouiba, Disease Transmission Scientist, explains that, to uncover remaining secrets behind disease transmission, we must leverage advances in fluid dynamics and biophysics.READ MORE
To assist with general operational and research-related tasks within an experimental neuroscience/engineering laboratory working with mouse tissue and clinical samples. General operational tasks include maintaining inventory, making buffers, 3D microscope imaging, tissue processing, 3D image analysis, and other laboratory and experimental tasks as needed.