Jun 12

Alex passes prelim exam

Congratulations to Alex for passing his prelim exam!

Apr 01

Clinical and Translation Research Institute (CTRI) grant awarded

The BioEE group and the Distributed Health Lab of CalIt2 are awarded an innovative technology grant on smartphone based point-of-care testing for tuberculosis. Read more here.

Feb 20

Benefunder – Revolutionizing access to health care in developing countries

benefunderThe BioEE group is happy to be participating in the Benefunder project! Benefunder is a marketplace that allows donors to find, fund, and follow researchers and other university initiatives in a simple, efficient way.

Benefunder partners with top universities to gain access to top researchers and initiatives across all disciplines to ensure that your donations go to the intended use. Researchers create and manage their profiles on our site, which must be approved internally prior to getting published. This way you always get the most up to date information regarding their work and can rest assured knowing that all our causes are in fact vetted.

Check out our profile here!

Feb 20

Undergraduate and graduate research openings

I am actively seeking highly motivated students (both undergraduate and graduate) for my group. If you are interested in any of the projects listed on my research page or have other related interests, please email (drewhall [at] ucsd [dot] edu) me to apply. Please be very specific in your email and do not include attachments that are not in PDF.

Jan 01

ACS pilot grant awarded

ACSThe BioEE group was awarded a pilot project grant from the American Cancer Society!

Dec 12

Edwin passes prelim exam

Congratulations to Edwin for passing his prelim exam!

Oct 29

New group members

The BioEE group welcomes several new undergraduate students (Howie, Travis, and Wahab) as well as post-doc Venkatesh! Find out more about them here.


May 02

JSSC paper published

Our paper titled “A 256 Pixel Magnetoresistive Biosensor Microarray in 0.18 µm CMOS” was published in JSSC.
Read more about it here.


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