Welcome to the Biomedical sensors, Imaging, and Modeling, Engineering (BioME) Lab

Dr. Cluff
BioME Lab

BioME Lab

Welcome to the Biomedical sensors, Imaging, and Modeling, Engineering (BioME) Lab where students gain hands on experience with cutting edge research involving advanced medical imaging systems, sophisticated bioinstrumentation, innovative sensors, and powerful biocomputational modeling software. In the BioME Lab Dr. Kim Cluff’s research team aims to develop novel quantitative approaches to improve medical diagnostics and treatment monitoring through application of mathematics, computational medicine, bioinstrumentation, and biomedical sensor design. The laboratory contains nonionizing imaging modalities such as ultrasound, lasers, spectral imaging, and 3D scanning capabilities. The laboratory also contains electronics, biosensors, multi-physics modeling software, and powerful computers to model real world medical problems in a 3D virtual environment.

Biomedical Engineering

BioME Lab Research-Wearable Sensors

Wearable sensor

Wearable Skin Patch Sensor

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Heart patch sensor to measure Stroke Volume

skin cancer research

Skin Cancer Research

 

 

NASA Biomedical Devices-Medical Diagnostics

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NASA Biomedical Research

ICP sensor

Intracrainial biofluid shifts sensor

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Innovations in Cardiovascular Engineering

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BioME Lab News and Updates

Jacob

Jacob Griffith receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Award!

May 2018: Congratulation to Jacob Griffith for receiving the prestigious NSF GRFP fellowship. Jacob will receive $138,000 over the next three years to pursue graduate school. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master's and doctoral degrees at accredited United States institutions <https://www.nsfgrfp.org/>. (Click Here to read more).


 

Cluff award

Congratulations Dr. Cluff receives the Wichita State University Young Faculty Scholars Award (May, 2018)

Congratulations Dr. Cluff receives the Wichita State University Young Faculty Scholars Award (May, 2018)


 

Podcast

Listen to the BioME Lab Podcast interview with Shane Mauss

April 2018: BioME Lab Podcast interview with Shane Mauss. Shane Mauss conducts interviews with science experts across the country in a journey to find out what makes us who we are.

Click here to listen to the Podcast interview


 

 

 
 
 

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Innovation

Research Presentations

  • Oct. 2016: Congratulations to Jessica Aldrich - Presented our research at the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Conference in Minneapolis MS.
  • Nov. 2016: Congratulations to Jessica Aldrich - Presented accepted abstract at the regional Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Conference at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
  • Aug. 2016: Congratulations to Jessica Aldrich - Presented Accepted Abstract at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMBC) - International Conference in Orlando, FL.
  • June 2016: Congratulations to Jacob Griffith - Jacob Griffith presented our research at IEEE Body Sensors Networks Conference in San Francisco, CA.
  • Top 6 Research Poster Award at BMES - Jerad Rogers received top 6 research poster award at BMES in Washington DC
  • Congratulations Jerad - Abstract accepted at American Heart Association
  • 1st Place Research Award - Congratulations to Jerad Rogers at KU-Medical School Research Forum
 

 

Health Care Summit

Dr. Cluff invited to speak at the Health Care Summit in Wichita

Health care sumbit

 

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Innovation

LINKS

Read more about the BioME Lab and Biomedical Engineering at Wichita State University in the following links.