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UTARI’s Biomedical Technologies Division focuses on developing clinically relevant devices and systems that can be utilized by health care providers as well as patients to enhance diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation, and assisted living.
UTARI to attend IEE/CASE 2016, AUGUST 21-25. For more information, visit: Workshop organized on Automation for Assistive Healthcare.
UTARI to attend ASSH Annual Summit in Chicago. ASSH continues to foster new ideas on hand rehabilitation and surgery. For more information, visit: https://www.assh.org/
AREAS OF INTEREST AND COMPETENCIES
The Biomedical Technologies Division supports UTA's guiding themes of global health innovation, data driven discovery, and knowledge enhancement through the development of clinically relevant devices and systems. These technologies can be utilized by health care providers and patients to enhance treatment options, rehabilitation services, preventive care devices, and assisted living capabilities.
Based on our core competencies and technologies, we are focused on the following two areas:
Systems for tissue regeneration and wound healing
Devices for preventative and assistive care
Current research projects.
Past research projects.
Meet the biomedical technologies research team.
Read what our staff has published on the topic.