Three CCIL Scientists Named IAMBE 2021 Fellows

Three CCIL Scientists Named IAMBE 2021 Fellows

Pictured from left to right: Mark A. Anastasio, Stephen Boppart, Joseph Irudayaraj. Urbana, Ill. – The International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE) welcomed and elected 26 Fellows for the Class of 2021. The IAMBE, affiliated with the...
Video: The Power of Detecting Tiny Things

Video: The Power of Detecting Tiny Things

Brian Cunningham, CCIL Research Program Leader, is developing new technology to detect molecules and viruses from bodily fluids. The goal is to use light energy from optical emitters and a photonic crystal surface to bridge the gap between “macro” and “nano” worlds....
CCIL Member Leads Graphene-Based Biosensor Study

CCIL Member Leads Graphene-Based Biosensor Study

Rashid Bashir, Dean of the Grainger College of Engineering and professor of bioengineering, recently published his team’s results in Nature Communications. The study uses crumpled graphene, which is highly sensitive to DNA, in a sensor to rapidly diagnose cancer...
CCIL Member Receives $2.3M NIH Grant

CCIL Member Receives $2.3M NIH Grant

CCIL Member and Professor, Hua Li. CCIL member Hua Li, adjunct research associate professor in bioengineering and medical physicist in the Carle Cancer Center, received $2.3 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI)...