Division of Discovery Science & Technology (Bioengineering)

The division supports the development of enabling technologies with broad biomedical application. Its programs explore the intersection between human biology and engineered systems with a focus on three areas:

  • biointerfaces, which bridge the physical, chemical, and biological divide in living systems
  • biomedical devices, which advance non-imaging medical interventions
  • engineered biology, which controls living systems for biomedicine.
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DDST Program Areas

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Biosensors and Physiological Detectors

Šeila Selimović , Ph.D.
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Engineered Cells

Šeila Selimović , Ph.D.
David Rampulla, Ph.D.
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Engineered Tissues

Šeila Selimović , Ph.D.
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Point of Care Technologies - Diagnostics

Tiffani Bailey Lash, Ph.D.
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Surgical Tools

Steven Krosnick, M.D.
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Technologies for Immunoengineering

David Rampulla, Ph.D.
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Technologies for Tissue Chips

Šeila Selimović , Ph.D.
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Therapeutic Medical Devices

Michael Wolfson, Ph.D.