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UMass Researchers Invent MRI-compatible Ergometer to Study Human Muscle Function

Frank Sup

Frank Sup

Professor Frank Sup of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department is collaborating with Professor Jane Kent of the Kinesiology Department on a groundbreaking non-magnetic ergometer, which can be used in conjunction with a magnetic resonance (MR) machine to conduct pioneering MR imaging and spectroscopy studies of human muscle function.

MIE Team Wins One of Eight Prizes at Innovation Challenge Seed Pitch Competition

Rune Percy and Alex Smith (center and right)

Undergraduates Rune Percy and Alex Smith of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department won one of the eight prizes handed out at the second competition of the 2016-2017 Innovation Challenge series with their successful “Seed Pitch.” Calling their fledgling company ARBioDesign, Percy and Smith are researching and developing a groundbreaking on-line device that can quickly, continuously, and accurately measure key electrolytes such as potassium in dialysis patients without the need for additional blood testing at a lab. More about the Seed Pitch Competition »

Gopalappa Presents at National Academy of Sciences’ Premiere Activity for Distinguished Young Scientists

Chaitra Gopalappa

Chaitra Gopalappa

Chaitra Gopalappa, an assistant professor in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department, was invited to make a presentation as a Session Speaker at the National Academy of Sciences’ 15th Japanese American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium on December 2 to 4 in Irvine, California. “This symposium series is the Academy’s premiere activity for distinguished young scientists,” as National Academy of Sciences (NAS) President Marcia McNutt explained. The title of Gopalappa’s presentation was “Analyses of national and global strategic plans for disease prevention and control.”

 

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