Engineering in Medicine
UCLA Samueli engineers are looking to build therapeutic devices that will connect directly with our brains. It’s just one example of our breakthrough engineering technologies in medicine. We are searching for new ways to develop new drugs much more rapidly. We are using AI to build cancer treatments tailored to the individual. We’re crunching big data to better understand how genetics impact disease and building nanoscale tools to effect better cures.
Endeavors of this magnitude require a great deal of collaboration, and our research partners at the world-renowned David Geffen School of Medicine are just a few steps away. And while our work is largely conducted locally, our vision is global – supporting the health needs of underserved communities and developing countries around the world.
Explore today’s latest technologies from UCLA Samueli that will improve healthcare and save lives tomorrow.
Director: Jonathan Kao, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering
Director: Dino Di Carlo, professor of bioengineering, and mechanical and aerospace engineering
Director: Song Li, professor and chair of bioengineering
Director: Ali Khademhosseini, professor of bioengineering, chemical and biomolecular engineering, and radiology
Director: Stephanie Seidlits, assistant professor of bioengineering
Director: Aydogan Ozcan, Chancellor’s Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Bioengineering
Director: Yvonne Chen, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering
Director: Eric Pei-Yu Chiou, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and bioengineering
Director: Eleazar Eskin, professor of computer science, and human genetics
Director: Eran Halperin, professor of computer science, human genetics, and anesthesiology